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Thank you, Alice. Please continue to pray for the people and mission of Calvary Church and for us as we journey with them.

You could not have written a more devinely inspired message for the people of Calvary Church. What a great opportunity to become a church that makes a difference in their community. As you invited the members to move to the front, I was thinking how our Bishop recently asked people to move to the center of the pew because it was more inviting for visitors to see there is a 'place for them'. We as parish members should also greet everyone as if they were a family member coming home. When I heard that it made a marked impression on how I view the "stranger" in our midst. No stranger, a part of God's family coming home. You and Gay have lovely gifts to share with Calvary, I pray they will receive the gifts and enjoy them while you are with them.

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