An unofficial blog by and for members and friends of St. Herman of Alaska OCA church in Langley, BC.
wonderful! thanks for this... Judy -- did you know that I know your Godmother Marylin? (spelling?) she and family are lovely; i went to hear Mother Gabriella speak at thier mission in Waterloo a few weeks ago... :)
Hey, I didn't know you knew Marylin (nouna). How did you meet her? She and Nouno have been our godparents for about three yrs.Mat. Donna is being very generous with the title of this post. But the key word in this is "Another" -- St. Hermans is the artsy church -- seems everyone is either a writer, poet, playwright, designer or visual artist. (Everyone ELSE is some variety of computer nerd)J
hey, chicky... i might see you before you read this ! :) but i stopped by the Library yesterday to seek out that space where you'll be exhibiting your paintings, in August.It's a big space. :)I think there's room to host a nice little wine + cheese opening party, perhaps...? ;)
hi Judy -- i am studying in london ON and when i am in london i go to holy transfiguration on col. talbot and she and family went there before starting the mission in waterloo in this past year... She is so lovely! very loving, welcoming... i found out a while ago (last year) that she knew you... the orthodox canadian family is very connected :) i look forward reading your blog :)
St. Hermans is the artsy church -- seems everyone is either a writer, poet, playwright, designer or visual artist. (Everyone ELSE is some variety of computer nerd)FWIW, it sometimes seems to me that a higher-than-average percentage of St. Herman's members are ex-military, too. :)
Elizabeth, Marylin is very loving. She and Nouno are the perfect couple to plant a church in the kitchener area. I hear it's 50 odd parishoners strong now.J
Peter, I forgot philosophers. There are alot of philosophers in St. Hermans.
yes, i think the mission is doing well! Glory to God for all things!
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