Huron Church News - December 2020
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It started out as a job but turned into a rewarding ministry
Huron Refugee Committee By Kyle Gascho Between November 2015 and February 2016, the Government of Canada resettled...
Responding to the challenge in an inspiring way
Huron Stewardship Committee By Rev. Andra Townshend O'Neill It has been a challenging year and so many have...
It is still Christmas!
By Laurel Pattenden As we journey through Advent and get nearer to Christmas, I am hearing more and more comments...
Finding grace on the silver screen (or Netflix)
By Rev. Matthew Kieswetter Back in my early 20s I took a university course on religion and film. I thought it would...
Pandemics in Huron, now and then...
Churches in Huron were closed during the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918-1919. Just like today, in the COVID-19 era,...
Joyful anticipation in a different setting
Anglican Fellowship of Prayer By Rev. Mary Farmer December and the season of Advent mark the beginning of the new...
Tossing aside less crucial portions of a tradition?
MOSTLY ABOUT RELIGION Rev. Canon Keith Nethery As we begin the final month of 2020, people are, no doubt, still...
The Rev'd Canon Keith Nethery
Maybe God wants us to be more like Mary
The seasons of Advent and Christmas remind us that we probably should not try to explain and define exactly what’s...
The Right Rev'd Todd Townshend
Coaching help for our congregations in these changing times
CONGREGATIONAL COACHES By Ven. Perry Chuipka I wonder if you have asked some of the questions I have asked during...