Rev. Tom Berlin's eNote: February 14, 2019
Today in the Fellowship Hall we are hosting a meeting for 40 clergy members. We are going to be talking about the issues that are in the state news, and the issues of blackface and race. We are not here to condemn politicians, but it’s more about how we as clergy and members of the congregation can work together for a better Virginia. I am really excited about today, and I look forward to telling you more about that experience.
Also, in the coming week on Wednesday, February 20, at 7 p.m., we are going to have a prayer meeting for General Conference. As you know it’s something I’ve been working on for the last two years. I would really enjoy it if you would pray for the General Conference, and also for Allison Malloy and me. We think it will be about a 30-minute service.
This Sunday we will be having our Happenings Fair. If you are wondering how you could get more involved, come join us. We want you to think about your strengths, from the StrengthsFinder survey, and how you can deploy your strengths for service to God. That is this Sunday in the Gathering Space after each morning service.
Finally, Restoration Loudoun is launching weekly worship on February 24. I really hope that you will think about your friends who live on the Route 50 corridor and invite them to be a part of that worship service. I am really excited about this. Take time and make those invitations.