The January edition of PCConnect features exciting information on the upcoming Cyclical PCC event now open for registration, a new online series from the folks who brought you Canada Youth, and the nominees for Moderator of the 2021 General Assembly, as well as new resources to equip congregations for Lent and the year ahead.
Casper ter Kuile The Art of Gathering: Learning how to build community when going from nothing to something Thursday, March 11, 2021 8:30 a.m. — 1:30 p.m. (Pacific) | 11:30 a.m. — 4:30 p.m. (Eastern) Cyclical PCC, the church planting support network of The Presbyterian Church in Canada, is [...]
Congregational leaders are invited to participate in a free online course on February 20 and 27 aimed at equipping ministries to become more welcoming and inclusive of LGBTQI2+ people and families.
The Weight of Waiting is an online series designed especially for young adults who might be looking for a sense of Sanctuary, Stability and Community. The first episode is out now and was made specially available to watch online on this—the longest night of the year.
In light of the recent abduction of more than 330 students during an armed assault on the Government Science Secondary School in Katsina, Nigeria, by Boko Haram, the PCC prays for the wellbeing and safe return of the missing students and for their families.
The Winter 2020 issue of Streams of Justice features a Christmas message from Dr. Allyson Carr of Justice Ministries, articles by Presbyterians on racism, White fragility, the significance of Treaty rights, and why it is important for recent Canadian immigrants to participate in healing and reconciliation, as well as the latest news about the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons and ecumenical climate justice work.
The Winter 2020 edition of the Presbyterian Connection newspaper features inspiring stories of people helping people in times of crisis, up-to-date information on PCC mission staff and global partnerships, 2020 year in review for our various programs and uplifting photos and articles from congregations across Canada. All this—and so much more—is now available to read online!
A Christmas message from the Rev. Amanda Currie, Moderator of the General Assembly, wishing you a blessed and peaceful Christmas, and praying that God gives you all that you need to welcome the birth of Jesus this year.
The Canadian Council of Churches Governing Board meeting took place Nov. 27–29, 2020, via video conference. During the meeting, there was worship as well as the sharing of news and updates, and decisions were made that support the CCC mandate to respond to Christ’s call for unity and peace, seek Christ’s truth with affection for diversity, and act in love through prayer, dialogue and witness to the gospel.
The names of the Rev. Paulette Brown, the Rev. Mary Fontaine and the Rev. Dr. Daniel Scott appear on the ballot for Moderator of the 2021 General Assembly.