You’re Not Alone

Dear Mayflower,

Mavis Staples sings it best. Listen again… “You’re Not Alone.”

It’s a hard time now. In our homes. In our schools. Too much loneliness or too much togetherness. Too much uncertainty. The pandemic. The cold of winter in the Northland. And more…

There’s a community for you at Mayflower—whether music, justice, faith formation or more. If you are new via livestreaming and feel alone, call me. Let’s talk and I’ll help you find a group. All are welcome to all the groups. They are mostly meeting via Zoom at this time.

You’re not alone.

Do you want to be a part of a congregational care team like Prayerways, the Hotdish ministry, Thresholds to give more care? Or do you need more care, more support just now? If you might like a Befriender, contact me. Or maybe you want to take this mid-winter time to go more intentionally inward on your spiritual journey. Have you ever tried spiritual direction? There are three Spiritual Directors at Mayflower.

You’re not alone.

People often have the mistaken assumption that churches are either strong in congregational care for its members OR strong in justice work. A vital church does caring all over the place! The capacity to care is the bedrock of our humanity. We were made for care.

You’re not alone.

And leave time in your personal calendar for our Dream of God’s Justice work this winter and spring! Watch for the opportunities. You have a church that, as a wise collective, gives you more power to care for the earth and our society.

You’re not alone!

In Christ,
Rev. Sarah Campbell