By Karin Balsbaugh
When we gather together in a church community, the unity and commitment to Christ is apparent. When we gather together as a wider community as we are doing with Sukkat Shalom, we are sharing in a more inclusive way of life. Ron and I loved seeing so many familiar faces in the congregation last Sunday.
The Judeo-Christian tradition centers on sharing. Gathering under the roof of Sukkat Shalom, we feel a fresh camaraderie with their members, even though they are not present. We know we are part of a larger community of faith and that makes our spirits stronger.
Jo stands at the lectern and Susan inspires us with her music from the piano. We share coffee and cookies after the service. So you can see, Sunday is much the same. You’ll feel right at home. We certainly hope you will join us on the 13th.