Letter: Worship services to continue at Myre-Big Island State Park

Published 9:25 pm Thursday, June 7, 2018

Looking for a change in your Sunday morning routine? Join us for worship this Sunday at Myre-Big Island State Park. Leading the service this Sunday will be Joel Erickson, retired Albert Lea pastor. We had a great turnout last Sunday for our first Sunday of the season, with many familiar as well as many new faces. Despite the great turnout, there is always room for more. The weather was beautiful and there are no mosquitoes yet. Matt Hundley of the Vineyard Church lead the service last week, and his message about forgiveness was inspiring. Services begin at 8 a.m. and last approximately 30 minutes. They are held in the chapel area east of the nature center and main pavilion on Big Island. In case of rain, services are held in the pavilion. Dress casual. A valid park sticker is required to enter the State Park. Daily or annual passes can be purchased at the ranger station at the entrance to the park. If there is no one at the ranger station early, they can be purchased on the way out. We hope to see you there. These services have been going on in the summers for over 50 years now. Help us keep them going for another 50.

Steven Overgaard

Albert Lea

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