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Weekly Lifelines 9/6/2020

When I first announced it back in June, September seemed like a long way off. But here we are: It’s almost time for St. Luke’s to welcome our ministry intern for the coming academic year. Mr. Paul Ehling will begin his ministry with us on Sunday, September 13. He’s a member of Calvary Episcopal Church in his second year for formation for priesthood.

In adjacent news, next week, my family and I have the opportunity for a little end-of-summer getaway. We’re headed north to hang out in a northwoods lakeside cabin. We’re leaving on Thursday, September 10, and returning the following Thursday, September 17. I plan to be away that Sunday, September 13.

I asked Paul if he’d be up for preaching and leading worship on that Sunday, and he was excited about the opportunity. It’s perhaps a little unusual for an intern to be on solo worship duty on their first official Sunday, but Paul is familiar with running online worship, familiar with the particulars of St. Luke’s version of it, and is happy to give it a shot. I’m incredibly grateful to him for his willingness step in. Thank you, Paul!

I’ve arranged for emergency pastoral care coverage while I’m away. If something comes up, please contact Karen in the office or one of our two wardens. They’ll be able to connect you to right person or, if need be, get in touch with me.

If you have any questions, or if you’d just like to connect, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Blessings,
Justin

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