Lent liturgies for 2023 are now available from Presbyterian World Service & Development. As we prepare for this holy time of the year, let us remember that Lent is a time to respond to Christ’s call to serve those in need.
The Moderator of the PCC shared a letter of condolence with the Star Blanket Cree Nation in Saskatchewan following the devastating find of a fragment of a child’s jawbone at the site of a former residential school.
January 18, 2023, marks the beginning of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity—an annual event that recognizes the diverse expressions of our unity in Christ’s church.
Religious Leaders from Around the World Condemn Desecration of Historic Protestant Cemetery in Jerusalem
The Presbyterian Church in Canada joins those who have condemned and spoken out against the vandalism and desecration of the historic Protestant cemetery in Jerusalem.
For LGBTQI2+ people, choosing to come out about their sexual orientation or gender identity within their church community can be a significant decision. This webinar on Wednesday, February 15, will equip ministers, elders, youth leaders and other pastoral care providers to respond well when members of their communities come out, and provide information about how to offer appropriate supports.
Join us for an online course, beginning January 2023, led by John Roberto, author of Lifelong Faith: Formation for All Ages and Generations, as we explore the essential elements for developing lifelong faith formation.
Daily prayers, Sunday Mission Moments and Social Action Spotlights for January to March 2023 are now available in the latest instalment of the Prayer Partnership.
The national church is looking for photos of doors, entrances and gates to use on bulletin covers and showcase in the newspaper and the 2024 edition of the PCC Wall Calendar. We invite you to send us any images from the lives of the church’s ministries or people that represent crossings, meeting places and opportunities for renewal and change.
The 2022 Christmas message from the World Council of Churches reflects on the “joyful message of the first Christmas [that] states that the love of God in Christ is meant […] for all people, for the whole of creation.”