Canadian Ministries works with congregations and presbyteries to support and equip congregations for faithful and vibrant ministry in the world to which Christ came for which he died.
COVID-19 has confronted ministry leaders with a number of unusual circumstances to contend with and adapt to. In this new context, leaders need thoughtful, wise and prayerful approaches to ministry in order to faithfully navigate this time. To help ministry leaders think through and develop potential next steps, the Life and Mission Agency is offering free one-time coaching sessions.
Christian Education programs and training.
Bible Studies, Sunday School and youth programs, and more
Congregations in Transition, Natural Church Development, stewardship, ecumenical resources and financial services.
New Beginnings is a program of the Hope Network for Missional Transformation that is available to congregations in The Presbyterian Church looking to discern God’s call for their future and create a plan to move forward.
Cyclical PCC is a church-planting support initiative within The Presbyterian Church in Canada, in partnership with Cyclical Inc. It is designed to encourage presbyteries and leaders within our denomination take first steps towards beginning new worshipping communities.
Find a variety of resources for evangelism and mission.
The Presbyterian Evangelism Network is an initiative that equips leaders in the PCC to develop community-focused approaches to evangelism.
Through gifts to Presbyterians Sharing, the church partners with presbyteries and local ministries to support initiatives across the country.
Learn about ministries with Indigenous people in The Presbyterian Church in Canada.
Tips, resources and inspirational stories that will help make your ministry and mission happen!
Read current policies and reports from Canadian Ministries.
Find books to help you in your ministries in leadership and organizational change, worship, and youth ministry.
The Presbyterian Church in Canada, through gifts to Presbyterians Sharing, partner with presbyteries and local ministries to support initiatives across the country. To apply for a new grant, email Canadian Ministries.
Find resources to help plan Sunday services and more.
For more information, email Canadian Ministries or call 1-800-619-7301 ext. 290.