I miss doing ministry - which I did for so many years in the church, lectoring, communion minister, pastoral visiting, and communion services as well as teaching. Nowadays I do a puja (Hindu form of worship) weekly in my home for about a dozen people. The puja is small but powerful, and I feel it is really a blessing on so many levels. For one thing, I've always felt that the fact that I am able to do the puja - and many would like to, but aren't able to, for various reasons - is surely a grace and a blessing. I regard it as a ministry. It's a way, also, to express my devotion, communion, etcetera with the Divine, which takes up so much of my consciousness and time. I do get lazy from time to time, but basically I've been committed to daily periods of prayer (also known as spiritual practice) for what? four decades now.
I also coordinate our national soup kitchen project, which currently involves 43 cities, am publishing an e-magazine for our spiritual community and do a lot of other 'ministerial' and 'service' oriented activities. But there is something special about 'presiding' - I look forward to getting back to more of that soon.