As we all know, the cornovirus disrupted all the plans we have made, including my plans to use this blog to communicate with you as I begin serving as Pastor of Windsor UCC.
Thanks to the support of the congregation and the leadership of our Council and Finance and Stewardship Board, we have installed membership software. Two of our members, Gretchen Lord Anderson and Susan Norby, entered all of our membership information, including our complete newsletter mailing list.
I will now begin sending communications, including Pastoralia posts, to members of Windsor UCC using our new membership software. If you receive our newsletter AND subscribe to this blog, you will receive duplicate emails: one from this blog, one from me through the church membership software.
So…, if you are on the Windsor UCC newsletter mailing list, you may want to unsubscribe from this blog below. If you are not on the newsletter mailing list but want to be, please send me an email. For all my other friends, it is great to have you following Suppose It Matters. I will continue to update this blog with my writing for the church.
Keep yourselves safe.
Thank you so very much for keeping me posted. I just returned from a month-long stay in Texas to attend a family wedding. I look forward to seeing you and Twink sometime this next year. We plan to have a memorial service at the church for Dean on July 10 at 2:30 p.m., followed by a gathering at the farm for food and fellowship. We would be honored to have you there. Also, I would like to come to your church for a service when that happens. Sincerely, Doris
On Sun, Dec 13, 2020 at 10:06 AM Suppose It Matters wrote:
> Craig Jan-McMahon posted: ” Friends, As we all know, the cornovirus > disrupted all the plans we have made, including my plans to use this blog > to communicate with you as I begin serving as Pastor of Windsor UCC. Thanks > to the support of the congregation and the leadership of” >
So good to hear from you. I will put July 10th in my calendar. I am glad to hear you were with your family in Texas and hope you are doing as well as you can through Christmas and the New Year. I would very much like to visit when it is safe. God bless. Craig