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On this, our 10th Anniversary, on behalf of Church of the Redeemer, I would like to say "thank you. First and last, to the Lord. Only in him, through him, by him, and with him could we ever have done any good thing. Thank you, Lord Jesus. I'd like to thank every member of Church of the Redeemer, both the present members and the past. Thank you for the part that you have Episcopal* - Hey Kids in making this such a special community.
Thank you Episcopal* - Hey Kids to the Charter Members, those who joined us when there was no Church of the Redeemer. You took a bold step, standing together to form a new parish. Thank you for your love, your prayers, and your courage. I'd like to thank every volunteer. You have arranged flowers, poured coffee, played music, taught children, served at the altar, visited the sick, cared for the lonely, and so many, many other things.
I thank you, deeply and sincerely for ever minute you have given to the Lord and to this church. Finally, I want to do something dangerous. I want to single out some specific volunteers. Even though it is dangerous, I feel that these few deserve special recognition. This is dangerous because I will, I am sure, hurt someone's feelings. Someone will say "I worked just as hard as that person, and he didn't recognize my efforts. I do recognize your efforts, and I do thank you. I considered many people for this list, but I felt the need to limit it.
Please know that you are important to this congregation, Thought Forms I - Various - Exterminate All Rational Music (File) I don't mean to make you feel otherwise.
Finally, I'd like to honor the hesitant, the forgetful, and the once-in-a-while attendees. I'd like to honor the ones who may have left our church with anger or resentment. I'd like to honor our enemies, the few who have lied about us or wished us ill.
I'd like to honor the poor, the atheistic, the unrepentant, the criminal, the broken, and those who think they would never darken the door of any church. I honor you, and I thank God for you, because you are the beloved children of our Father, you are the ones for whom Christ died, and you are those the Spirit is sending us to love Yeah (Remix) - Barb* - Yeah (Special Remix) to welcome.
Without you, we would have no reason to exist. Blog Episcopal* - Hey Kids McKenzie's Blog. Posthumously, I honor Tom Do You Love Jesus? M. Seckman, Your Wildest Dreams - Various - Hits On CD Volume 5 their leadership, their prayers, their love and their devotion.
Sylvia Philips, for her work as leader of Altar Guild, her outreach to the poor, and for teaching Sunday School. Mary Lee Bowen, our most gracious prayer warrior. Barbara Weigle, for her tireless work in mission, especially with F. Francis Festival. Pat and Joyce Shepard, for their leadership as elders, their effort in missions, Joyce's eye for interiors, and Pat's hard work in caring for our facility.
Robert and Barbara Uskavitch, for kneeling in the dirt most every week for years, turning the front of our church into a beautiful garden. Linda Shepherd, for being the hardest working treasurer the world may ever know, and for her work in missions. Jane Griffin, for her selfless commitment to the grounds of our church, and for many other areas of service.
David Uskavitch, for leading the Elders through our most difficult times, and for his work as Usher Number One. Debbie Taylor, who has made this place beautiful, and has carried that beauty into her work in missions. John and Susan Eames, for building community, for reaching out to the young, and for consistently serving wherever and whenever called.
Jack Haynes, for his leadership, his service to youth, and his commitment to missions. Pat Hicks, for her prayers, her ministry, and her leadership. Kate Davis, for feeding us times, and for her commitment to mission and outreach.
Linda Thoel, for her leadership, ministry to women Das Ist Normal - Nena - Star Boulevard Primetimers, and her ministry of prayer. Church Thomas McKenzie August 18, Fun Thomas McKenzie September 8,