We request that any inquires are directed to the office.
Marisol: “Look, I brought you British Man Flowers (the girl in the gift store thought Iris’ were British Man Flowers so I just ran with it) from the council! Is there anything else I can bring you?”
Barrie: “A bed.”
Marisol: “Sure, I keep those handy.”
And then a tech came in to conduct a scan so we waited outside. The nurse informed me that flowers cannot be kept in the room. If you would like to send them the office is the best location.
Lois Ann informs me he is scheduled for surgery to remove the clot tomorrow.
Here is a list of things Lois Ann can use help with:
- 2 meals a week for 6 people would be great. Please contact the office to set up a schedule.
- A simple stroller might be needed.
Anyone wishing to use the chapel is welcome to during office hours.
Again, feel free to contact me in the office if you have any questions and I will be checking emails from home.
UPDATE: Thursday, May 3
The doctors felt that Pastor Barrie did not need the surgery he was originally scheduled for today. He’s still very tired and won’t be able to receive visitors.
He, Lois Ann, and the family wish to thank everyone for their support and continued prayers.