In 1911 the Mona Lisa was stolen out of the Louvre by a handyman. For two years the “Mona Lisa” exhibition space was empty—nothing was there. During that time, however, more people came to visit that empty space on the wall than had ever visited the actual painting. Until it was stolen, the Mona Lisa was hardly the most popular painting in the gallery much less the world.

People flocked to the Louvre to see an empty space.

Our lives are filled with spaces that may appear empty but are actually filled with beauty and meaning. In fact, it is these apparently "empty spaces" that we find the best parts of our lives waiting for something remarkable, for a Mona Lisa, to return.

- Sean
Keep an eye on our calendar for upcoming events and gatherings.

Join us this Sunday at 9a for "After the New Testament" with Dick Ransom and after 10a worship for our "Parents of Kids Lunch". Both are open to all and are great opportunities to build friendships.
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