By Lea MacNider
Spring opens into its budding presence this month, delighting us with the wonder of bird song and sightings, blossoms of all kinds and colors.
I am so very grateful for Spring; for the skies to change from gray to blue, the warm breezes to ring the chimes on my porch and the small purple flowers to poke out from under their earthly cover. It is a time for new beginnings.
Life is in bloom in the congregation as well. Our future is vibrant. Fifteen individuals have signed the membership book since September. More than 115 members have voted, submitting their nominations for the search committee. The congregation is truly engaged, planting the seeds for social justice, music, RE, communications…and more.
How do you find yourself helping to grow new ideas, new projects, new connections within our community? What unfolding bloom at FUSF are you a part of?
May the sights, smells, sounds and movements of this Season of rebirth encourage each of us to bring forth new life and beauty within ourselves and our beloved community.
As the garden grows, so does the gardener.