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On Sunday, April 30, we celebrated with our young students as they received the Sacrament of Communion—most of them for the first time. Our prayer is that they continue to be nourished and strengthened by Christ in their lifelong journey of discipleship.
The sheep hear his voice, and he calls his own sheep by name and leads them out. When he has brought out all his own, he goes before them and the sheep follow him, for they know his voice (John 10:3).
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This past week, I was blessed to see two of our high school students serving as part of the welcome team at the Women’s Retreat, “Come Away With Me.” I was so encouraged to see the great attitudes of these young men, up early on a Saturday morning, serving faithfully with smiles.
To be welcomed and greeted warmly is a blessing for those who visit Christ Church for the first time, as well as for those who are long-time members. I delight whenever someone shows hospitality like these students because it reflects the heart of Christ.
We have an opportunity every day to make others feel at home. For example, as we approach the end of May and the academic year, we can lift up our students as they prepare for final exams.
Below is a “Prayer for Young Persons” taken from the Book of Common Prayer. Join me in the work of hospitality for our busy families this month.
God our Father, you see your children growing up in an unsteady and confusing world: Show them that your ways give more life than the ways of the world, and that following you is better than chasing after selfish goals. Help them to take failure, not as a measure of their worth, but as a chance for a new start. Give them strength to hold their faith in you, and to keep alive their joy in your creation; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
The Rev. Steven SaulAssociate Rector, Congregational Care
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