A mysterious stranger with a conscience left a cashier’s check for $3,255 at Dallas’ Episcopal Church of the Resurrection, explaining in a note that he was trying to atone for crimes of his past.
Two other times this year, the financially strapped church has had scatterings of $20 bills turn up unexplained in the vestibule, apparently stuffed through a gap in locked front doors.
Though no note came with those donations, the Rev. Canon Victoria Heard speculates they were from the same man.
Regardless, she’s grateful.
“It was a godsend, especially in the middle of the winter when our fuel bills are the highest,” said Heard, canon-in-residence at the Far East Dallas church.