Posts by Bill Driscoll

Posts by Bill Driscoll

Rector’s Letter for 8/3

Dear Redeemer Family, It was great to be back with you after a refreshing time of vacation, as we celebrated Holy Eucharist together yesterday. As I noted during the service, we will be returning to our “normal routine” of Holy Eucharist every Sunday. As we did yesterday, we will be distributing communion carefully to those who are in attendance, and we will have communion available for pick-up for those who continue to worship from home. Communion is now being offered…

Rector’s Letter for 7/28

Redeemer Family: Thank you for your prayers for me and my family while we were away on vacation. Kim and I both feel much more refreshed and rested than we expected. I am excited to be back, and ready to begin this Fall season with you at Redeemer. I am so thankful for the team’s work during our weeks away: for Jeanne and Scott, for Mike and Shirley in the office, Darlene and Clint and the music/media team, Tim, Prudence,…

Rector’s Letter for July 1, 2020

Dear Redeemer Family: “Unprecedented Times” does not begin to describe these past four months. Covid-19, racial unrest, political tensions, and a Sarahan dust storm. I am thankful for Jesus’ words: “Let not your hearts be troubled…Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. Not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your hearts be troubled, neither let them be afraid” (John 14:1,27). I strongly encourage you to read the entire chapter of John 14. In the midst of…

Rector’s Letter for June 22, 2020

Dear Redeemer Family: It is now week 15 since Covid-19 changed our world; over 100 days have passed in this strange new “normal” began. I know that I still have some level of anxiety and concern as I consider the summer and fall – what will happen, will things get better or worse, will I get sick and if so how sick… I am guessing that most of you have similar feelings.I have found peace in the midst of my…