Sunday, March 6, 2011


To some this may seem like a lot of build up for not a lot of actual news, but my wife (The Reverend Sarah Weaver) was accepted to her first church call.  So at the end of the month we will be moving again, from here in CT to Rehoboth, Massachusetts.  She is going to be serving Rehoboth Congregational Church.  These are exciting times for Sarah and I, our families, the town and church in Rehoboth.

The proud new pastor in front of her church

Of course I am looking at all my new and exciting outdoor activities, and looking at maps of streams in the area.  I have checked on fishing licenses and regulations.  Also I have talked to some church members who either know about places or people who fish.  I already have offers to be taken on a stripper fishing trips to the cape (which is less then an hour away)!  Also I will have some new opportunities to teach people to fly fish, and maybe keep the sport going... 

SO to the people of Rehoboth Ma thank you so much for welcoming us.  Sarah and I are very very excited to be part of your church family.  To you folks who read this blog regularly (if there are any of you) you can look forward to reading how I find and fish new waters!

I love this shot, this is Sarah in her church office.  I think there is room in the corner for a fly tying vise ; )

Lastly Congratulations wife you worked really hard and your pay off is a wonderful church full of wonderful people!!!!


  1. Congrats to Sarah, and Bruce.

  2. Hey Bruce, Well we welcome you with open hearts. You guys are awesmoe and will bring some much greatness to our church !!!Weclome to our Church Family !!!!!

  3. Congrats are in order. May your transition be smooth and problem free.

  4. Thanks guys, we are both excited to move and finally get back to some real small town life. Also I'm thinking by mid summer we will be feeling comfortable. As for the blog I'm hoping this move will being me lots of new post ideas!

  5. Congrats to the both of you! Sarah to the church and Bruce to being so close to the Stripers!