The Presbyterian Church in Canada is deeply concerned with events and news surrounding pipeline construction on Wet’suwet’en territory. The Moderator has issued a special statement regarding this situation.
A new wave of activists for climate justice has emerged and their message is clear: if we do not change the ways that humans live, we will continue to put all living beings in danger.
Carragh Erhardt, Program Assistant, Justice Ministries, reflects on the work of the PCC’s involvement in reconciliation and Indigenous rights in 2019—what we have been doing, and where we are heading.
Learn about Knox (Waterloo) Presbyterian Church's weekend of listening, learning, and action through a workshop and service centered on reconciliation with Indigenous people.
The No Way to Treat a Child campaign, endorsed by the PCC, is a movement that raises awareness about the widespread and systematic ill-treatment of Palestinian children in the Israeli military detention system.
The Rev. Meg Patterson writes about the Presbytery of Ottawa's experience learning about the opioid crisis and receiving training on the use of naloxone; a medication used to block the effects of opioids and prevent overdose-related deaths.
The Final Report of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, Reclaiming Power and Place, came out on June 3, 2019. Read the report and pray with us.
KAIROS gathered, at opposite ends of the country, just one week apart. Both Gatherings were full, rich places of connection, learning and renewal – made possible by so many small and large contributions from so many people.
Responses have been received from Federal, provincial and territorial Ministers of Health resulting from the Moderator's 2018 letter of affirmation for safe consumption/injection sites and inquiring about plans to improve access to and funding for addiction treatment services.