Category: this sunday

Hi Everyone, So you know you’ve been tossed off the pedestal when your teenager looks at you and tells you, without batting an eyelash, “It’s boring, mom.” Ouch… Well, I did ask him for his opinion. Boring, a.k.a. slowing down,

Hi Everyone, Our annual general meeting (AGM) is taking place this Sunday after worship and our potluck lunch. I think it is safe to say that like most churches, we do food scrumptiously well and I’m already salivating. 🙂 Please

Hi Everyone,   The theme for Lent this year is generosity and the gospel lesson this Sunday is Matthew 25:31-46. This particular section is entitled “Judgment of the Nations” and is the final story Jesus tells before the unfolding of

Hi Everyone, This Sunday will be a little different as we have invited Mark McElwain to speak to us about the Tri Church Syrian Family Sponsorship Project through the Mission and Outreach Committee. Mark was for 8 years, until a

Hi Everyone,   This Sunday’s Psalm is #95, verses 1 to 9 only, the gospel reading is from Matthew 4:12-25 and the sermon title is “If God would just text…”   On Sunday, I hope to explore with you the

Hi Everyone, Many of you might know that I take Mondays and Saturdays as my days off. I try really hard to keep Mondays as my Sabbath – a time to decompress, relax and be creative (family time is often

Hi Everyone, A heartfelt thank you to those who helped to set and clean up as well as provide the lovely spread for both the fellowship hour and refreshments after the service of induction this past Sunday. It was wonderful

Hello my new family of faith at MHP! Thank you for the warm welcome. As the newest person at MHP, it is a privilege to witness how this community of faith has supported as well as loved one another faithfully

Dear MHP Friends, This Sunday we are delighted to be welcoming Rev. Janet Ryu-Chan to preach for “the call”. Rev. Ryu-Chan’s sermon title is “A New Hope”.  Biblical passages for this worship service can be found in Psalm 42; and

Dear MHP Friends, This coming Sunday we will be led in worship again by Rev. Jim Kitson.  His sermon title will be “Are Your Choices Your Own?” Scripture readings will be based on Daniel 12:1-3; Psalm 16 and Mark 13:1-8.