Donald H.'s Latest Interactions
Rosemary was fun to hang with - always with a smile. May hersoul andthesouls of allthefaithful departed rest in peace. Don Parker
Posted on: Feb 27, 2022 at 4:33 AM
Thank you for the birthday wishes, Den. Boy these years passed by so quickly. I have enjoyed my career as a clergy person, and although I remain a bit active in the healing ministry, I am SO enjoying retirement. Stay safe. Don!
Posted on: Feb 20, 2022 at 3:50 PM
Thanks for the birthday wishes,Diane. I hope you and you family are well and have remained safe from the virus. I am well. I retired from church pastoring; however, I remain active in the healing ministry here in New England. I see that it was your birthday this month too, so HAPPY BIRTHDAY. Ne abundantly blessed in the year ahead. Don
I am has still active as an Episcopal priest - Zoom has has opened many opportunities for me. Carol and I remain safe waiting for the vaccine. I think of and pray for you. Peace.
Hi Edward, I was browsing the Central pages and found your link! I hope you are well. You commented on my page in 2014. I am still active as an Episcopal Priest -mostly on Zoom! Don
Posted on: May 25, 2020 at 11:44 PM
Anyone else discovering that “sheltering in” does not clear our day timers. I am a pastor and healing evangelist, and I practically live on Zoom! I am finding time to practice my accordion, and I am learning how to play the tin whistle and driving my wife crazy! Anyone else play these instruments?
Posted on: May 02, 2020 at 3:03 PM
I am still active as an Episcopal Priest - but being very slow about it! I am the pastor of a tiny parish, and I minister to a number of healing communities in New England. My prayer is that all of the members of our class remain save and healthy.
Posted on: Feb 27, 2020 at 4:37 AM
I am saddened to hear of Ed's death. It has been years, but I remember Ed. As, and Episcopal priest, I am always happy to hear that a fellow classmate was active in his or her place of worship! I will offer prayers for Ed on Sunday during our Mass. Peace, Fr. Don Parker.