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Volunteers Needed to Serve at Our Daily Bread

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May DOES It - Pet Food Donations

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May Outreach Offering - Meals On Wheels Plus

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MAY 25

Bell Choir 6p

MAY 26

Peace River Presbytery Meeting

Stated Meeting at Venice Presbyterian Church 825 The Ri ... details

MAY 27

'Holy Strollers' in Robinson Preserve 9a

A weekly group walk in the north section of Robinson Pr ... details

MAY 29

Worship Service 10a

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Mission Musings

Mission Musings

If you could meet with two people, from any period in time, whom would you choose?

I've been reading The Book of Joy in which two of the most interesting religious personalities of our day shared their thoughts on joy and happiness, on life with its good and bad. The conversations between Archbishop Desmond Tutu and the Dalai Lama in this book are so powerful I find myself envious of Douglas Abrams, who sat with and interviewed them.

I suspect Peter, James, and John felt similarly when they saw Jesus transfigured and in conversation with Moses and Elijah. It’s no wonder he suggests the building of tabernacles.

We are fortunate to have moments like this – a book of profound wisdom from two influential minds - and a mountaintop transfiguration of our Lord, and we should count ourselves fortunate that we are called to carry their message with us into the everyday activities of our lives.