I'm looking out of the window at it snowing pretty heavily (which it's forecast to continue doing until 9 o'clock tonight) wondering quite what is going to happen with the guest meetings tomorrow, and having to admit that I really have no idea!
What I do know is this. A gang of us will be up at The Kerith Centre from 7am clearing all the paths, making drinks and generally ensuring there is a warm welcome for everyone who makes it. And we will have meetings at 9, 11 and 7, regardless of how many of us actually get there. If you're able to get up there early then please come and join us in the fun of getting the place ready. We've got 6 snow shovels, lots of salt and there's a load of fun to be had!
Based on last years experience the vast majority of us managed to make it through the snow, so please come if you possibly can whilst staying safe - it will be a blast! And still encourage your guests to come too. God often works in the midst of adversity, I'm believing for God to do great things tomorrow.
If anything changes I'll communicate it via another blog, but for now that's the plan!
Finally let's be making sure to look out for the elderly and vulnerable at this time. Go and knock on the door of that elderly person in your street and check they're OK for food and heating. Or give that person who you know make be struggling a ring to see if there is anything you can do to help. And if you're in trouble don't be afraid to ask someone for help - God put us in community for times like this.
So hope to see you tomorrow, and have fun whatever you're doing today.
Simon (who is just about to go sledging in Lily Hill Park!)