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.
The latest issue of the Presbyterian Connection newspaper was sent out to all congregations and subscribers in early June. The e-version is now available to download online. In this issue you’ll find: stories of congregations shining brightly during challenging times; a variety of leadership articles; uplifting photos from congregations and groups; plus so much more!
With many congregations using online media and forums for meetings and activities due to the COVID-19 public health restrictions, those in leadership positions are advised to give special concern to the safety and well-being of children, youth and vulnerable adults in accordance with the PCC's Leading with Care policy.
The latest article in the popular Equipping For... series is now available! This new resource on cybersecurity best practices for churches outlines the key things congregations can do to strengthen their cybersecurity defenses and mitigate the risk of cyberattacks.
The Presbyterian Church Building Corporation is pleased to welcome Betty Kupeian in the role of General Manager, following the retirement announcement of the current General Manager, Bill Collier.
In the wake of the terrible acts of anti-Black racism over the last week in North America, the Moderator reflects on the anti-Black racism that pervades our nation and our church, and asks what we can do to shed light on ourselves, our systems and our practices, and take action to correct them.
The horrific death of Mr. George Floyd at the hands of police in the United States, and the circumstances surrounding the death of Ms. Regis Korchinski-Paquet in Toronto, are calls for racial justice. This statement affirms the church's anti-racist position, that black lives matter, and to say anything other rejects the biblical affirmation that all are lovingly made in the image of God.
Using the June 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.