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Look out for one another

Ok, that one isn't in the New Testament. But I think it goes pretty well with all the other "one anothers," and certainly is a part of loving one another.


We are looking out for one another at Gateway right now by returning to wearing our masks indoor. As Saskatchewan's COVID rates climb, we need to look out for one another and do what we can to reduce the spread. We are especially mindful of those who aren't able to be vaccinated due to age or other medical conditions. Wearing our masks, even when we are vaccinated ourselves, is one way we can look out for one another.


We love being a part of this community of faith at Gateway that does so much to love and care for one another. As we each experience our own levels of COVID fatigue, I offer you this word of encouragement. You are not in it alone. We love one another. We love you.


Pastor Stacia

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