At Thanksgiving we not only give thanks to God for the blessings of our country and its rich harvest, but we remember His grace shown to us in Jesus Christ, our Saviour. That message is the focus of the Holy Ministry that Jesus instituted to preach the Gospel to all the world.

This Thanksgiving please remember the needs of the seminary, which is dedicated to preparing men for Christ’s ministry. In our Thanksgiving Letter, visiting Professor Dr Thomas Korcok tells the story of Pastor Martin Rinkart’s great hymn, “Now Thank We All Our God”, written in a time of plague. He concludes:

We, along with Pastor Rinkart, share in the comfort and consolation found in the theology of the cross which announces that, in our utter weakness and helplessness, Christ’s glory—the forgiveness of sins won by his own suffering and death—is made most manifest.

Read also about student Jason Gillard, a St. Catharines native, who is in his second year of seminary studies.

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