Our church is looking beautiful! Church members have been coming over for the last three days help cleaning the inside and outside of the church. It really does look amazing. Once the weather gets warmer, we will start to plant some flowers and get some mulch put in.
Truly I am very happy that we have the ability to take care of God’s house. I think our members do such a great job in making sure that every building maintenance is up to safety standards. As much as we do to take care of the inside of the church, we needed to do the same for the outside.
For the last year or so, the outside of the church needed some well needed love, which we were unable to do it because of COVID protocols and other factors. So, it was time to get down, pull weeds, rake, trim hedges, clean up the flower patches, and everything in between. It looks marvelous and once those hedges start getting green, it is really going to brighten up the church!
At Ward Ave Presbyterian Church we want the inside and outside of the church reflect the people’s heart, and now it certainly does. It is a huge improvement. Also, I cannot thank enough the people who not only did the hard work outside the church but also the people who worked inside, cleaning up the office areas and closet. It is spectacular in the office. It is organized and pristine.
As much as we will always continue to take care of the needs of the people, we must remember to take care of the church building as well. Again, everything we do must be a reflection of our hearts that are in Christ Jesus.
Thank you all for helping out everyone! So if we haven’t seen you in a long time, come on by! Or if you never came to our church, please, come worship with us, we would love to meet you and have you in join us for worship! God bless you all! May Holy Week bring you joy and further guidance!
Hey this is Rev. Brian Choi's random thought throughout my week. Most of this stuff, will probably be about family, church, fishing, music, movies, food, whatever I think of, hopefully it will have some sort of theological reflection (maybe).