The latest PCConnect e-newsletter has now been distributed. The July edition of PCConnect speaks out against systemic racism and violence against Black and Indigenous people, and provides new resources to help equip congregations online as well as virtual summer camp opportunities.
Following the recent deaths of Indigenous people during encounters with law enforcement, the PCC calls for an immediate end to violence against Indigenous Peoples.
The national office of The Presbyterian Church in Canada has provided a number of useful online worship resources, tools and services to ensure congregations are connected and well-equipped to continue their ongoing ministry and work at this time.
The PCC has released a brief study on systemic racism and hatred in Canada as a conversation starter for people and congregations to dig deeper into responding to racial injustices.
Using the July prayer schedule, you can follow along as the Moderator embarks on a pilgrimage of prayer, walking 1 km—praying every step—for each congregation and ministry of our denomination, and ecumenical partner in the Canadian Council of Churches.
The World Council of Churches, with the endorsement of the churches, councils of churches and church leaders, has issued an ecumenical peace message on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the start of the Korean War.
The second conversation in the Talk with the Moderator initiative: an interview with the Rev. Paulette Brown of St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church in Humber Heights, Toronto, Ont.
Have questions about copyright for music used during live streamed or pre-recorded worship services? This resource answers frequently asked questions from congregations on using music in online worship.
National Indigenous Peoples Sunday is on Sunday, June 21, 2020. This reflection is written by the Rev. Mary Fontaine from Hummingbird Ministries in Vancouver, B.C.