The final update from General Assembly 2018 includes updates about the sexuality overtures, Clerks of Assembly and Assembly Council.
The General Assembly amended the terms of reference for the Rainbow Communion and heard the experience and reflections of the Young Adult Representatives.
PCBC reported on how it provides guarantees for loans for church building projects, and assists with housing for retired servants of the church.
On Sunday, June 3, the Rev. Peter Bush gave the opening worship of the 2018 General Assembly reflecting on 1 Corinthians 13. He made a powerful call to think about the ways we speak to and be with people we disagree with. It was a call for self-examination, humility and love of others.
Mr. Balpreet Singh, Office to the Legal Counsel at the World Sikh Organization of Canada, with an interfaith visitor and he reflected on the Sikh religion and interfaith dialogue.
The International Affairs Committee’s report draws the church’s attention to international issues, and particularly to the situation of vulnerable people.
Highlights from the Pension and Benefits Board report as well as the theological colleges
The Women's Missionary Society and the Atlantic Mission Society reports came before the General Assembly on June 4, 2018.
Stephen Kendall, Principal Clerk, was appointed president of the CCC; appreciation was expressed for the Rev. Peter Bush, moderator of the 2017 General Assembly.
Ecumenical guest, the Rev. Dr. Willard Metzger, Executive Director for Mennonite Church Canada, shared reflections and Dr. George Sabra received the Cutting Edge of Mission Award.