President's Message November 2003
Autumn is my favorite time of the year. The hot days of the summer
are past, and I love the colors of the foliage. I love living in this
part of the country because of the continual changing of the seasons.
The weather always reminds us that things are in a constant state of
flux. It reminds me to never be complacent with things, and to always
look at life with “new eyes.” Try to see things the way
I would like them to be, and then work to try and achieve
As your president, I am trying to see beyond what is happening today, and I am trying to focus on what this congregation will be doing 5 years from now. My vision is that we remain the small and close-knit community that we have always been. I believe our building needs to be improved to allow handicapped access to all of our members.
In the next few months, you may hear about ideas that are being proposed
to upgrade the building. If you have any ideas on what you would like
to see in an upgraded building, please send your ideas to me. We cannot
be everything to everybody, but that is not who we are. What we will
do is service the people who like being in a small congregation.