A reflection 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.
In 2017 the Women’s Missionary Auxiliary program at Paris Presbyterian Church in Paris, Ontario participated in activities related to the theme: “Discover Truth, Seek Reconciliation. Aid Healing.”
By the Rev. Sandra Franklin-Law, minister of St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church in Eckville, Alberta The Synod of Alberta and the Northwest met on October 20 for its annual educational event. This year’s theme centred around reconciliation and what we can do in our congregations to honour the Truth and [...]
Since 2005, our congregation of St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church in Sutton West, Ontario has been providing a community meal each Tuesday night to an average of 60 community members who need the support for themselves and their families.
By the Rev. Dr. Dong-Ha Kim, Interim Director of Academic Programs & Asian Centre Director, Knox CollegeOn October 11, the Asian-Canadian Centre for Theology and Ministry (Knox College) and Justice Ministries hosted the 12th Crossing Cultures Together event with a focus on the relationship between Indigenous people and newcomers to [...]
A call to replace Canada’s incarceration model, which has proven destructive, discriminatory, expensive, counterproductive, and — most of all — unnecessary.