Image Credit: Thalia Juarez, Baltimore Sun Media Group

Image Credit: Thalia Juarez, Baltimore Sun Media Group

 

Our Turn For Tragedy

Yesterday Annapolis experienced terrible violence. The 'somewhere else' for which we have so often prayed became 'here and now' at the Capital Gazette.

The best-known verse of Lamentations claims: The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases; his mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is your faithfulness. 

Is this still the case for us and our neighbors this morning?

In response to the calamities which came upon the people of Israel, the writer of Lamentations finds that there is nothing that can save them apart from the Divine Help of God. Only that help was yet to come.

Is God's help still yet to come for us?

I certainly hope it won't be long...

See you Sunday,
Ian.

 

Vigil Mourning Annapolis Shooting

To grieve and mourn today's mass shooting at #capitalgazette, local clergy are organizing a vigil on Friday, June 29, at 7pm at the Westfield Annapolis Mall in front of the Pottery Barn.

 

New & Upcoming

Thursday Evensong: 6:30pm above Kilwins Main Street. Email Ian

Second Sunday Sandwiches: July 8, August 12, September 9.

We have partnered with the Light House homeless prevention support center to help provide the 100 free meals per day they distribute from their facility in Annapolis.

Next Vestry Meeting: July 15, 12:30-2:30pm.

Fifth Sunday Potlucks: July 29; September 30.