It bears repeating—from last Sunday’s sermon:
If you have Apple products and use the calendar, you know the holidays have included Juneteenth every June 19 for some time. I’m so proud of that! And I’m even prouder that the president and vice-president declared Juneteenth a national holiday last week. On Thursday, emails were flying all over the corporate world—company policy moved fast and furiously. Juneteenth—now everybody knows what it means.
This Sunday is the first day of summer, June 20, and that’s how much sunlight we’re going to have. 15 hours, 5 minutes, 17 seconds. That’s the longest day of the year for us according to the website I checked. At least that’s true for Lebanon since you can’t get “Fairmount” anywhere, and it’s close enough.
Assorted muttering and armchair theology from the interim pastor, Rev. Scott Foster.