Please note our prayer and praise updates on the right side of the screen. As we head into the new year, it is good to remind ourselves that “the Lord is good — and his mercies endure”.
Do check our Resources section from time to time. We have added a French-language resource under the Documents sub-section. Déclaration de foi 2011 Association réformée évangélique mondiale
Don’t miss these three new posts: A report from the World Reformed Fellowship by Fergus Macdonald, a new article on the health and wealth or prosperity Gospel by Dr. Whytock, and The Fall Newsletter. Please scroll down for these new postings.
The current banner photograph was taken by Mrs. Nancy Whytock from the Caribou Nova Scotia – Wood Islands Prince Edward Island Ferry on the evening of September 13, 2019.
The Summer & Autumn speaking schedule is filling-in quickly. The Director, Dr. Whytock, will be speaking at the following confirmed times below. Additions are being added as they are confirmed. Please contact Haddington House for more specific information as to exact locations.
July 15 Cape Traverse & Desable, PEI (9:30am, 11:00am & 7:00pm)
July 18 Charlottetown, PEI (7:00pm) @ Free Church of Scotland Birchwood St.
July 29 Halifax, NS (10:30am)
Aug 5 Bouctouche, NB (10:00am)
Aug 7 Desable, PEI (7:30pm) Haddington House Summer Evening Lecture in the Desable Free Church. Topic: The Other Martin of the Reformation: Captive to the Word and the Spirit (Martin Bucer). Dr. J.Whytock, 902-892-7273
Aug 12 Winsloe, PEI (10:30am & 7:00pm)
Aug 13-18 Canoe Cove, PEI (daily am and pm) Island Free Church Camp
Aug 19 Winsloe, PEI (10:30am & 7:00pm)
Aug. 22 Albany, NY (6:00pm)
Aug. 26 Detroit, MI (10:00am & 6:00pm)
Sept 23 Chatham, ON (10:00am & 11:20am)
Sept 29 Toronto, ON (2:00pm)
Oct. 13 Guelph, ON (1:30pm)
I hope that you will enjoy reading updates in this Spring newsletter on the various aspects of ministry through Haddington House Trust. Before you begin reading, I want to take this opportunity to personally say “thank you” to the many who have sent cards, written emails, visited, helped, provided meals, and called during the recent illness of my wife, Nancy. Thank you so much for all your expressions of love and concern. We are now at the four-month point and we are still seeing many signs of continuing improvement. The road to recovery is long but thank you so much for surrounding us along the way. You have given tremendous encouragement.
Yours in the Lord,
Jack Whytock, Director