As we've worshiped together online during the COVID-19 pandemic, we've realized that this format has provided a great way for congregation members to get to know people beyond their "social circles" in the church. We decided to extend that "getting to know each other better" with a series of features on members of our congregation.
By Mary Anne Pikrone
Allyce Bullock, who has been sidelined with back problems for some time, says she’s now delighted to have another role at St. John’s—as head of the Care Committee, which keeps track of people on the weekly prayer list. The committee also will be working on sending meals to people who are sick, and making home visits.
A member of St. John’s for almost 15 years, Allyce brings to her new role a lifetime of experience that ranges from hippie/anti-war activist to widowed mother of two young girls; from city planner to Spanish teacher, from Methodist to non-Christian to Episcopalian.
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