Senior aches over ‘what the issue of LGBTQ+ has done’
Re: “Queer hymns now online,” Aug. 19, page 35.
This, as I remember it, is my second letter to Canadian Mennonite over the many years.
It is disturbing to read this article. Why do we have to change the wording of hymns to suit a certain group in our churches? My God is referred to as “God the Father” and also as “He.” Will the next step be to change how we read Scripture in our worship services?
I am a senior in the church who has ached over what the issue of LGBTQ+ has done to our church and regional churches in Canada and conferences in the United States. We have lost much, and has it been worth it?
Jesus preached unity, not divisiveness.
—Anne Huebert, St. Catharines, Ont.
The writer attends St. Catharines United Mennonite Church.