That’s New York

Today, after the 12:15 weekday service, I introduced three of the attendees to each other. One is the Junior Warden on our Vestry. Another has been a lay reader at the weekday services since the early 1990’s. The third has provided music for our Sunday evening services for seven years.

So here we had three people who had contributed a great deal to the life of Incarnation and who continue to serve faithfully, week in and week out–and yet had never met! As the Junior Warden observed, “That’s New York.” —J. Douglas Ousley

2 Responses to “That’s New York”

  1. Mark says:

    I think this is a good example of how the House of the Lord can help overcome certain barriers, bringing even New Yorkers together.

  2. John Ubieta says:

    In New York City, people are always rushing from one place to another and sometimes you just don’t have the time to stop to have a simple conversation. That’s why coffee and tea time after services is such a great thing.

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