On the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, we pray for the empowerment of differences in gifts and abilities, along with the removal of barriers that keep people from participating fully in community and church life.
We pray for comfort and healing for all who need it in the wake of the news of charges laid in the murder of at least three Indigenous women in Winnipeg, and we work to end the racism and hate that put Indigenous people, and especially Indigenous women, at increased risk.
We pray for the people who gather and serve at the Anamiewigummig Fellowship Centre in Kenora, Ontario, and we give thanks for their ministry.
Join a virtual conversation with faith leaders on vaccination and protecting our community’s health hosted by the Public Health Agency of Canada at 3:30 – 4:30 p.m. (Eastern) on December 7, 2022.
Three names will appear on the ballot for moderator of the 2023 General Assembly.
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the sudden death of Noble Benjamin Hall Dean Jr. on November 1st, 2022, in his 72nd year. Loving husband of 49 years to Brenda Elizabeth Dean (nee Russell). An amazing father to Tesha (Adrian Owen), Kara & Brienen (Philip Smith). Endearingly called [...]
Presbyterians across Canada raised over $14,000 in just 24 hours on Giving Tuesday in support of projects that share God’s love in Canada and around the world.
Watch the First Reflection in Ecumenical Advent Series & Join the First Online Live Discussion Today, at 7 p.m. (Eastern)
The first of four pre-recorded conversations between the national church leaders of The Anglican Church of Canada, The Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada, The Presbyterian Church in Canada, and The United Church of Canada. On Thursdays at 7 p.m. (Eastern) during Advent, join the national church leaders for a live online discussion via Zoom.
The PCC’s partner in Ukraine, Transcarpathian Reformed Church, has provided an update on the war happening in their country and a prayer for peace.
(World AIDS Day) We pray for the millions of people affected by HIV and AIDS. We give thanks for Presbyterian World Service & Development partners who provide vital support to those living with HIV/AIDS and also pray for improved access to health care and life-saving treatments.