Westminster Handbell Choir

Bell Choir12Oct13 015First Presbyterian Church’s Handbell Choir, directed by Cathy Ferrand Bullock, has become extremely popular in Cache Valley and has a reputation for excellence in a variety of music– religious, patriotic, classical, or show tunes. More than twenty ringers comprise the interfaith group, enjoying the challenging teamwork of playing five octaves of bells and chimes. Anyone is welcome to join when vacancies occur. The bell choir plays several times a year during worship services at the Church, as well as for Christmas programs at the Logan Tabernacle, and for other organizations.

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    On Ash Wednesday, the beginning of the season of Lent, we gathered at St John's Episcopal. These services are always a blessing for me. I enjoy the opportunity to minister with my colleagues (Derek, Steve Sturgeon, the Vicar of St. John's, and Scott Thalacker, pastor of Prince of Peace Lutheran). We are unique in style, perspective, and tradition, but we also share the common bond of our calling. There's always something that I learn from them.

    I love the whole ashes on the forehead thing. I love smudging your foreheads, one by one, as you come forward. There is nothing that I am doing that anyone of you couldn't do. But personally, it's a profound moment for me because, standing there in front of you, I feel not only like a pastor, but your pastor. Can't really explain it beyond that, but it's special for me.

    I also love the ashes on my forehead. It reminds me that we are all mortal, finite, flawed, and in need of God. That's not a bad I dark thought. It's a freeing one. It's reassuring for me to know that I am not, nor do I have to be, the perfect anything. I am dust brought to life by and dependent upon divine breath – a creature of God's creation. You are too.

    Lent is a time to discover that again. When the weight of responsibilities and expectations (other's and our own) become too heavy, when our hurts go too deep for us to heal on our own, when our energy and attention wane I when our wants take precedence over other's needs, we could use a reminder: we are dust. Lent starts here, and then patiently and persistently prepares us for divine breath.

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