Today, the first Sunday after Easter, is traditionally known as Low Sunday.
That’s a tremendously unflattering nickname for us as the Church.
Last week we presented the triumph of the church year.
We announced to the world the Good News of the Gospel of Jesus Christ: Jesus died and rose again to new life for love of us.
And the result is that the next Sunday is the lowest attendance of the whole church year, all the way across Christendom.
Was it something we said?
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