My good friend, the Rev. Jennifer Potter is a self-described “United Church girl at heart”, and also an ordained minister in the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada. She and her husband, the Rev. Dr. Shannon Potter serve at Evangel Pentecostal Church in Oakville.
Jennifer is one of the most spirited people I know, and was an obvious choice when I thought about who to interview in this Pentecost Season.
This week’s worship video includes my reading of a selection from the Letter to the Romans, my conversation with Jennifer, announcements, a pastoral prayer, and a video clip of Jeff and Bill Gorick singing together, from a worship service from January.
We continue to hold in prayer the family and friends of Lucille Craig, Nelda Vollans, and Bill Gorick.
Some special things coming up:
Sunday, June 28, 1 pm. Black Lives Matter peaceful protest at the corner of King and Queen in Harrow.
Monday-Tuesday June 29-30 9 am to 4:30 pm. Sorting and re-packing donated food from the June 27 Miracle. Come to the front entrance of the Harrow Arena. Volunteers can give as much time as they are able. Everyone needs a mask. You may want to bring a magnifying glass to help read expiry dates on food.
Wednesday, July 1, 10 am Canada Day Drive-in Community Worship Service in the parking lot of the Harrow Soccer Complex. Hosted by Harrow United Church and the Harrow Ministerial Association. We are accepting donations of food and cleaning supplies for the Harrow Food Bank.
To keep everyone safe, we will follow 3 rules:
- You must stay in your vehicle.
- Vehicles will be parked in every second parking spot.
- The fieldhouse bathrooms will not be available.
Join us for a simple and brief service to give thanks for our country, and to pray for its well-being, and for God’s help in making it even better in the future.