THEY’RE HOOOOME! And so are you. And while you love spending time with your kids, you’ve got work to do—whether it’s paid or unpaid. And if that wasn’t challenging enough, you’ve had little time to do advance prep and stock up on things for them to do; and you also know that while screen time is tempting, too much of it is not a good thing.
Dear St. Andrews Wesley Family,
As your Parish Nurse and an active member of the church family, I am called to be a part of the ministry team and affirmed by a faith community to promote health, healing and wholeness while caring for the body, mind and spirit. I want to let you know I am here for you in this time of uncertainty.
By Rev. Diane Strickland
The moment when a crisis becomes “real” may be different for each one of us. During our current pandemic that might have happened in a grocery store aisle with empty shelves, or in a sudden realization that a loved one is out of the country, or when picking up a message telling you not to come to work. As time passes with no relief, anxiety builds and our fears increase.