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August 15, 2018

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January 18, 2018
Rev Weaver s family, you are in our prayers. God Bless.
January 13, 2018
Richard Weaver was a very inspiring man who had a positive influence in my life,giving me great family and strong spiritual beliefs. I will always remember and be thankful to him for making me feel worthy and accepted in the family of St Jacobs congregation and with his family.
January 11, 2018
He will be missed. He was always encouraging me when I filled in as a supply pastor. His gracious manner was a gift that I will treasure. - Rev. Cynthia Chambers
January 10, 2018
I was deeply blessed to have known and labored beside this gracious and gentle servant of God during the years when I Pastored another remnant of the former Jefferson Parish.

Pastor Weaver was a vital part of the local Ministerium which gathered in each other's homes for breakfast meetings on a regular basis.

One of the fondest memories I have is of his participating in the Baptism of the daughter of the first child I had Baptized more than two decades before.

How fitting that such a servant of Christ should enter into life on a Sunday--Kyriokos--the Day of the Lord! And how doubly fitting that this Day of the Lord was the one kept by the Western Church as the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord, when Christ is revealed in the Jordan by the Heavens opening and God the Father declaring "this is my beloved Son!"