Letters

Advent 2022 – Harry’s Letter

“If we hope for what we do not yet have, we wait for it patiently.” Ro. 8:25 Dear Friends, I’m quite sure that we all need something to look forward to. It could be as simple as a good meal, a hockey game or chatting with a friend. It might be more significant, as in […]

Thanksgiving 2022 – Harry’s Letter

“Give thanks in all circumstances, for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.” 1 Thessalonians 5:18 Dear Friends, As I write this Hurricane Ian is bearing down furiously on the Florida coast. There will undoubtedly be vast destruction of property and infrastructure, loss of livelihood and life. How can Floridians, or anyone, ‘give […]

Pentecost 2022 – Harry’s Letter

“We have not even heard that there is a Holy Spirit!” Acts 19:2 Dear Friends, In our day, it’s fair to say, everyone has probably heard of the Holy Spirit. That doesn’t mean that they know much about him. We, who are followers of Jesus, ought to not only know about him but to know […]

Easter 2022 – Harry’s Letter

Dear Friends, Phew! We made it to spring! Snow is melting, sap is running, robins are returning – and Easter is upon us. Some would say that the resurrection of Jesus is a myth which we perpetuate in order to give a religious spin to the cycle of nature in which the ‘death’ of winter […]

Lent 2022 – Harry’s Letter

Dear Friends, As you may or may not realize, there is no biblical directive to observe a season of Lent for 40 days leading up to Easter. It’s an ancient church tradition – one which, nevertheless, has great merit. The time span is loosely based on the 40 days of temptation which Christ endured in […]

Year-end 2021 – Harry’s Letter

Dear Friends, We really can’t sugar-coat it. 2021 was another difficult year. COVID-19 is continuing into ’22 with a vengeance. We’re still isolated, restricted and cautioned. We returned to live services for almost half a year but are currently limited to virtual (online) only once again. What shall we say to this? First of all, […]

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