Rev. Bill Gupton.
This summer has been unlike any other. Events in our world, in our nation, in our city, even in many of our own families have created turmoil and anxiety. This Labor Day weekend, we turn to a writer Rev. Bill considers one of America’s best – a writer whose simple, subtle spirituality and resilient faith can offer us sustenance for a time such as this: Anne Lamott. Lamott’s elegant yet understated prose will provide the basis for an end-of-summer service of faith, mercy, grace and perhaps even a hallelujah or two.
Worship Associate: Suzanne Horton.