Pastors Paul Carter, George Sinclair, Winston Bosch, and Clint Humfrey discuss what they plan to do if lockdowns shutdown church services.
George Sinclair has served in a suburban and in a rural “multi-point” church. He is currently the Rector of Church of the Messiah in the heart of urban Ottawa. He was the Chair of Essentials Canada and founding Chair of his denomination (ANiC). He currently serves as the Chair of the ANiC task force to make ANiC more deeply biblical at every level. He is the Principal of Ryle Seminary. He is blessed to have been married to Louise since 1981. They have 9 children and lots of sons and daughters-in-law and grandchildren. George is an original Council Member for TGC Canada. You can reach him personally at george(at)messiahchurch.ca.
Winston Bosch is a child of God. Husband of one wife. Dad to three teenagers. My wife and I were missionaries in Mali for five years before returning to Canada to complete my seminary training at Farel Institut de théologie réformée in Montréal. I pastored l’Église réformée St-Paul in Repentigny Québec and had the joy of serving on the Sola (TGC-Québec) board. I am now the pastor of Jubilee Canadian Reformed Church in Ottawa. I love spending time with family and friends and enjoy reading, running, cycling and canoeing.
Clint Humfrey is the Lead Pastor of Calvary Grace Church in Calgary, Alberta. Prior to planting Calvary Grace (2006), Clint was a professor of Greek at Toronto Baptist Seminary (2003-2006). Clint has studied at Toronto Baptist Seminary, Gordon-Conwell Seminary, Prairie Bible College and The Master’s College. Clint blogs at Cowboyology, his personal site, and has written for National Post. Born in Alberta, Clint grew up on the family farm and competed in rodeo. He is blessed to be married to Christel. Together they raise three cowboys, Hunter, Knox and Winston. Clint is an original Council Member for TGC Canada. You can follow him on twitter @clinthumfrey