Changes

time for change

"time for change" with change enclosed in a right-pointing arrow; Image courtesy of Gerd Altmann via Pixabay.

As you know, Sybylla has been our office manager for several years. Her time with us has come to an end. This means we have no one in the office - virtual or actual. Accordingly, this is the last Tuesday Table Talk. Table Talk will be coming out on Thursdays only after this week.

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On Sunday we celebrated New Branches and the work of so many hands and hearts to bring us together. We gathered as three churches in one community to dedicate our ministries and the building we share. Soon the wooden tree in The Commons will be covered in “leaves” of hopes and dreams.

The creation of New Branches was a change of epic proportions for all involved. And it is good. Change can be hard and it can be exciting. We’ve experienced significant changes in recent years. This next change might not be as huge.

As you know, Sybylla has been our office manager for several years. Her time with us has come to an end. This means we have no one in the office – virtual or actual. Accordingly, this is the last Tuesday Table Talk. Table Talk will be coming out on Thursdays only after this week.

In the meantime, if you have read to this point, and you know that Tuesday Table Talk will no longer be sent, send Pr. Rachael your favorite quote or meme about change – [email protected].

About Rachael Keefe

Rev. Dr. Rachael Keefe is the pastor of Living Table United Church of Christ. She was called to Living Table in 2015 after serving in many varied ministry settings since her ordination in 1992. She holds graduate degrees from Princeton Theological Seminary and Andover Newton Seminary at Yale (formerly Andover Newton Theological School). Her ministry and leadership often center around advocacy and mental health ministry. Her writing has been published by Chalice Press, The Christian Century, Red Letter Christians, Working Preacher, RevGalBlogPals, and others.

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