Posted on August 09, 2017 with 0 Comments
I was born Nancy Lee Evans and am now Nancy Muth. I’m from Chicago, IL and grew up Lutheran. I became Episcopalian while I was in college at Northwestern in Evanston, IL.
My husband Don is a priest and served as Interim Rector at St. Paul’s twice and that is how we first fell in love with the church, and the people here made this a great place to come back to when Don retired from full-time ministry. But it was after my daughter Anne died that I became involved in the Women’s Bible Study. Millie Merrick reached out to me and invited me to join the class when I really needed a good group of friends and support.
The people, liturgy, the beautiful music – especially lately with the added violin, our clergy, my friends… really everything!
I serve on the vestry, am a supporter of Lantern Light, as a member of the Women’s Bible Study, and my husband Don and I hosted a Taste of Faith Dinner in the spring.
St. Paul’s is authentic in ministry to all of God’s people and we have wonderful diversity in our community.
Tags: community, testimony, why st. paul's
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