Welcoming the Neighborhood | Phase III
The anthems parishioner Linda Killmer sings in the choir on Sunday serves as a form of prayer that colors her life throughout each week. This experience illuminates her life at Saint Barnabas, growing her love for the community and all that it has to offer. Click the video above to listen to Linda’s story, and see below the words of the anthem that she shares with us.
“Bless Thou the Lord, o my soul. Blessed art Thou, O Lord. Bless the Lord and forget not all His benefits; and all that is within me bless His Holy name. He is full of compassion and mercy, long suffering and great in goodness. He will not always be chiding nor keepeth He His wrath forever. O blessed art Thou, O Lord.” (Bless Thou the Lord, O My Soul, Mikhail Ippolitov-Ivanov)
Because Saint Barnabas plays such a strong role in her life, it simply follows that she would contribute to preserving it for future generations. Will you join her? Click below to pledge your support to our Welcoming the Neighborhood Capital Project.
Learn more about Welcoming the Neighborhood.
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