Understanding that healthy congregations are essential to a vibrant and faithful church, these resources help support children and youth ministries, worship, leadership development, Christian education, mission events, stewardship programs and more. Regional staff in each synod also help support aspects of congregational life.
Resources for Congregations
- Natural Church Development
- Congregational Development Resources
- Evangelism Resources
- Hospitality Resources
- Leading with Care
The Presbyterian Church in Canada’s mission program has been designed to help congregations and individuals connect with Presbyterian mission partners and agencies in Canada and overseas to experience and experience mission.
In this lifetime experience, the rewards are personal and spiritual rather than monetary. Put your faith into action by joining our mission program. Start your journey here:
Stewardship comes from understanding that all that we are and all that we have is a gift from God. The stewardship program helps congregations and individuals discern how to use the gifts they have been given: time, talent and money, to do God’s mission. Educational resources and interactive events help congregations and individuals learn how they can use their resources to do mission. The stewardship program equips congregations to design stewardship programs tailored to their community.
Visit the Stewardship page
This is a tough time to be in ministry and pressures build. The way forward can be confusing. Yet there is a reluctance to seek support. There is even confusion about where to go for support. Engaging in coaching with someone who shares your faith, your experience, and your aspirations can refocus and revitalize your confidence in your mission and ministries.
For more information, email Canadian Ministries or call 1-800-619-7301 ext. 290.
Ecumenical Shared Ministries
An ecumenical shared ministry is the people of The Presbyterian Church in Canada sharing with other denominations in a congregation, program, mission, ministry or building. The Ecumenical Shared Ministries Task Group has prepared the Ecumenical Shared Ministries Handbook.
Financial Services has a staff of six and handles all of the monies of our denomination including the payroll for all national church employees in Canada and overseas.
Pension and Benefits Board
The Pension and Benefits Board administers the Pension Plan and other Benefit Plans as approved by the General Assembly on behalf of its members and employing bodies. The benefit plans include extended health and dental, group life insurance, long-term disability, pulpit supply insurance, and maternity and parental leave.
Presbyterian Church Building Corporation
The principal objects of the Corporation include providing guarantees for loans for capital projects and housing for retired servants of the church.
The Haynes Report