In the “comment” space below the video of the church service for November 29, you can say hello to Rev. Kerry, speak to the musicians and/or readers, thank the technicians or simply greet everybody. Sometimes it takes a little while before the comment is “live” and appears; please be patient.

12 Responses

    1. Trudy,
      I am humbled and honoured by your comment but also pleased to hear that the service touched your heart and soul.

      If you ever need to talk do not hesitate to email me, my email address is on the MGUC website or call the office and leave a message and I will get back to you.

      May peace abide with you and yours.
      Stay safe and keep well.
      Rev. Kerry

    1. Hello Joan,
      Thank you for your comment and I am humbled to be able to connect with many who are having difficulties at this time after losing a loved one this year or remembering loved ones from years ago.

      Eran’s lovely composition at the end was reflective and inspiring for those that are experience not only the best of times but also the worst of times.

      Stay safe and keep well.
      Rev. Kerry

    1. Hello Sandra,
      On behalf of the Caring Team we appreciate your comments and a big your welcome. We collaborated on how we wanted to remember the loved ones that are no longer with us and what that would mean this year, which has had its difficulties for many.

      Stay safe, keep well and may peace abide.
      Rev. Kerry

  1. Friends,
    As Greg and I sat this evening to partake of the service, we both agreed that is was so lovely. Time spent remembering the Saints that walked among us, was so meaningful. We will miss Andy, Ron and Donna but give thanks for the time their paths intersected with ours.
    Thank you, Rev. Kerry and team for the energy spent preparing a wonderful Memory Service. A shout out also to the music crew as each week the hymns and Anthems are getting better and better. Love does indeed grow at Maple Grove.
    Blessings to all,

    1. Hi Dora-Lee and Greg,
      On behalf of the Caring Team, the musicians and myself you are very welcome. In this most difficult year the collaboration was spirit-led to help us remember those that we will miss this year, as we miss all of those that have gone before us as well.

      Thank you for your comments and we will pass along your comment to Eran. We are blessed to have talented and dedicated musicians that lift our spirits many times throughout the year.

      Stay safe, keep well and may peace abide with you and yours.
      Rev. Kerry

  2. Thank you Reverend Kerry for this beautiful service . My sister Maureen Kelly Gartshore would have loved it . I know that I did. Bless you and your congregation.
    Warm Christmas Wishes
    Barbara Kelly Robson

    1. Hello Barbara,
      Thank you for your comment and you are very welcome. A big thank you has to go to the MGUC Caring Team as they were the ones that wrote the tributes to those that are no longer with us. A true collaboration and spirit-led service then came together.

      Stay safe, keep well and may peace abide with you and yours.
      Rev. Kerry

  3. Rev Kerry, thanks to you and the Caring Team for arranging this meaningful ‘memorial service’. This service has touched many, who remember and are healing from their lost, in a personal way, especially during this difficult time and season. That we opened the remembrance by remembering Andy through his selected poem, brought many of us both inspiration and fortitude. I have feedback from many, that this was ‘a beautiful’ and ‘a lovely’ service. Thanks to Eran for sharing his composition, an excellent choice and fitting reflection to conclude the service. Thanks again to the MGUC team, Pau Chern.

    1. Hello Pau Chern,
      We appreciate your comments and compliments. Truly a spirit-led and filled collaboration in remembering dear family and friends.
      The Caring Team deserve a big thank you for all that they do for those that are not well and those that have loved ones that are no longer with us.

      You are very welcome and we all hope you are staying safe and keeping well. May peace be with you and yours.

      Rev. Kerry

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