Kim Caasali, a New Zealand native, was a cartoonist who wrote love notes to her future husband in the late sixties. Her cartoons shed light on what love is all about. Here are a few of my favorites:
Love is…having your picnic indoors on a rainy day
Love is…accepting that no one is perfect
Love is…someone to get goofy with
Love is…putting some money in his pocket when he’s tapped out
Love is…what overcomes everything
This Sunday, Pastor Sherman Bradley, of our second campus, The Warehouse, will bring a powerful message about what it means to Love God and neighbor. Sherman is the founder of Consider the Poor, has rich experience in working with people in Over-The-Rhine, including leadership roles with City Gospel Mission.
Hyde Park Community United Methodist Church has partnered with Sherman and Sadell Bradley, our new pastors in Over-The-Rhine, to launch a new multi-ethnic, multi-socio-economic, diverse faith community to reach new people for Christ. Renovations are currently underway and they hope to have a “soft launch” for worship at “The Warehouse” in late November. The official public launch is scheduled for Easter 2020.
Your prayers and support of the birthing of this new faith community are appreciated. We are delighted to see how God will move to transform lives through the Bradleys and this fresh expression of faith through The Warehouse. Please extend a warm welcome to Sherman as he brings God’s Word to us this weekend.