For some, the end of the summer means back to school. For others, Labor Day Weekend is a warning to avoid the terrible traffic trying to get off Cape Cod. The change of the seasons can offer a return to the rhythm of fall or the whisper of cooler temperatures coming. For us, it means the end of our Discipleship by the Sea series.
Throughout this summer, in Sunday worship and Bibles at the beach, we’ve delved deeply into the gospel of Mark, following Jesus from one seashore adventure to the next. I hope you’ve enjoyed it as much as I have. Thanks to your questions and insight, special music, worship leadership and individual conversations I’ve read these familiar stories with new eyes. It’s been challenging and fun for me. I hope for you too.
This week, while so many leave our beautiful cape, we’ll leave the gospel of Mark, but not the sea. We’ll find Jesus once more by the sea of Galilee, but this time in the gospel of John. We’ll watch as Jesus feeds his disciples breakfast and commissions Peter and the movement that will become the body of Christ.
Why fight the traffic? Join us for worship. Come and be fed by Jesus.
I’ll see you on Sunday,