Returning to Broadway

Our congregation return to our site at Broadway was wet and emotional.  The sea of umbrellas made it colourful and kaleidoscopic . We walked crocodile style from where we have met for the last six years at Moore College to our new building – it was slow and wet, but worth it.

The old car park has been transformed into a beautiful courtyard decorated with remnants of the remains from the building that burnt down six years ago.  One is a plaque that I  loved and found solace in its words: “Be ye steadfast, unmovable always abounding in the work of the Lord. Your labour is not in vain in the Lord.”

To discover that this plaque survived brought me much joy.  It sits quietly on its new wall and could easily be overlooked by its louder more prominent objects opposite.

Welcome home Barneys!

About sarahcondie

I am a Christian, a wife, a mother, an ex-librarian, a minister's wife, a women's Pastor, a quilter, a reader, I enjoy thinking about things slowly, I love cups of tea, I love sitting at my kitchen table in dappled sunlight and chatting with my friends, my children's friends, my family abut anything and everything.
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