March 20, 2020
Due to restrictions by the Provincial Government in response to Covid-19, all church activities have been suspended until further notice.
*Every Sunday, Pastor Glenn will record his message and post to this website under the SERMONS page.
* From the Pastor's Desk commentary will be posted below each week.
Sunday Morning Services
9:30 AM Bible Blast, Teen
Sunday Class and Adult Bible Study
10:50 Worship Service
"Now to Him who is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that works in us, to Him be glory in the church by Christ Jesus to all generations, forever and ever. Amen.
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From The Pastor’s Desk
July 26, 2020
I was really hoping that by the time I got back from three weeks of vacation, there would be some significant loosening of the COVID restrictions our government has placed upon us, particularly in regards to churches. But as the last couple of weeks have seen a significant increase in the number of COVID cases, it is starting to look like the loosening of those restrictions will be some time down the road. The biggest fear our health officials and government have is mass gatherings, as they have the potential to spread the virus very quickly to a huge amount of people. Churches would fall under that category of a “mass gathering,” so it is beginning to look like it will be a while before we can get back to doing church as we used to. So I am disappointed about that, but at the same time there are things we can do, which we will be looking at in a couple of weeks, as mentioned in my last email.
I really enjoyed being in church for the past three Sundays – not our church, but the Mont Nebo EFC. The first Sunday we were there, Pastor Bill Klumpenhower spoke on dealing with disappointment, from the life of Moses. It was a great sermon, and it spoke to me. But it made me long to re-open our church sooner rather than later.
Life keep happening in spite of COVID. We’ve had, during the time I was gone, two of our church family suffer the loss of a loved one in death – Penny lost her mom, and then Kathy lost her sister. We need to continue to do what we can to be the church family these people need during their time of grieving. I would like to encourage all of us to keep up the work of keeping in contact with each other, and minister to each other in whatever ways we can.
God bless, and have a great week!
With Love, Pastor Glenn