We pray for participants in the first Presbyterian World Service & Development (PWS&D) Journey of Hope as they cycle, run and walk in support of PWS&D's food security programs around the world.
Recovery efforts in Eastern Canada following the devastation of Hurricane Fiona are now underway. Here you can find information on how to donate to relief efforts, as well as a prayer to use during worship.
We pray for the wisdom to see clearly the reality of racism and bigotry in the institutions of our country so that we may work to challenge and uproot these institutionalized concepts in ourselves, our churches and our society.
As we celebrate the birth of Christ, let us continue to remember our neighbours near and far. This year’s Advent liturgies were written by the Rev. Mavis Currie of Knox Presbyterian Church in St. Thomas, Ont.
We pray for the people, ministries and mission of the Presbytery of Brandon in Manitoba.
December 28, 1948 - September 24, 2022 It is with deep sorrow that we announce that Maurice Ian Mawhinney (73) has joined his Lord and Saviour. He died peacefully after complications from a brief illness at St. Joseph's Health Centre on September 24th, 2022. He leaves behind his loving wife [...]
Join us on Saturday, November 5, 2022, at Crieff Hills Retreat and Conference Centre in Puslinch, Ont., for a workshop led by John Roberto, author of Lifelong Faith: Formation for All Ages and Generations, as we explore the essential elements that make lifelong faith formation work.
We pray for stewardship committees planning fall stewardship campaigns.
Ian Glass died peacefully at the Provincial Palliative Care Centre in Charlottetown, PEI on August 7, 2022, in his 84th year. Born in Dumbarton, Scotland on April 16, 1939, he emigrated with his family, to Canada in 1954. Settling in Galt, (Cambridge) Ontario in 1956, he worked as a Mechanical [...]
We pray for the Presbytery of Kingston, the Presbytery of Lindsay-Peterborough, and other presbyteries having deep conversations about the shape of ministry for congregations within their bounds.