I don’t know. I find I’ve been saying that a lot lately.
Perhaps you have, as well. We find ourselves in a situation for which none of us were prepared, and many of us don’t like. Our routine and our way of life has been disrupted drastically. We’ve been told, more than once,what we should and can do, and what we cannot or should not do. It seems, each day, I shake my head and utter those words again: I don’t know.
I don’t know when my congregation will be able to again worship together, in person. I don’t know when, or if, our kids will get to go back to school.
I don’t know when our activities will resume. I don’t know when the “shelter in place”order will be lifted.
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