Gloucester Wharf (pronounced like pasta…only with a gl sound at the beginning)

The most photographed scene in the U.S.  Can you see why?
The most photographed scene in the U.S. Can you see why? (Thanks Dorington Little!)

During the afternoon Thursday I had the opportunity to see some sights.  This was one of my favorites!  This scene was captured on a cell phone.

I’m still having a profitable time out here with my fellow pastors.  Among us are several Baptist pastors, several Presbyterians, two representing Congregational churches, several representing Evangelical Free churches, and one lone Methodist.

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4 thoughts on “Gloucester Wharf (pronounced like pasta…only with a gl sound at the beginning)”

  1. You should make that photo the heading photo on your blog–beautiful and symbolic–you’re still afloat and going places, thanks to the good Lord.

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  2. Hi, Pastor Mike!

    I’m so glad you’re enjoying your time out there in New England – it sounds like the conference is great! If you have time for some good seafood, I recommend Woodman’s in Essex, not too far from where you are. It’s a small place that has fresh seafood and the best clam chowder!

    May God bless your time there.

    Amanda

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  3. Mike, this picture looks like it should be a jigsaw puzzle! Speaking of puzzles, an you help me understand the underlying differences in Presbyterian, Baptist, Methodist, and Lutheran ministries? I could do the Google search but would like to hear your perspective on the matter. I am glad to know you are doing so well, your blog has been a great asset to me these past months…

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