The latest update from the Reformed Church in Transcarpathia about their emergency response operations since the beginning of the war.
With the recent occurrence of heat domes, fires, floods, mudslides, droughts and extreme weather events, we are all seeing the devastation of the climate crisis across Canada and around the world. The need to make a just transition to a more sustainable low carbon economy is clear. This webinar on Thursday, April 21, 2022, will explore how we can do this.
Assembly Council met March 20–22, 2022, in a hybrid meeting to discuss matters before the church. Highlights from the meeting are now available.
Knox College and the University of Toronto have signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) in a key step towards the UofT purchasing the iconic Knox College properties in the heart of the University campus.
When the Rev. Stephen Kendall, Principal Clerk, announced last year his intention to retire, a search for a successor was initiated. The Assembly Council will recommend that the Rev. Victor Kim be appointed as the next Principal Clerk by the General Assembly.
Every year, Presbyterians across Canada faithfully respond to God’s call by supporting mission and ministry through The Presbyterian Church in Canada with gifts of time, money and prayer.
The International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination is observed annually on March 21, established by the United Nations to be in solidarity with peoples struggling against racism and racial discrimination.
Spring Edition of Presbyterian Connection Newspaper Now Available
The presence of trauma in the world and in the sanctuary demands a response. A four-week online course is being offered to help worship leaders better understand the meaning of trauma and the various ways it impacts congregational life, and learn how to respond effectively and pastorally to situations where trauma shapes the experience of listeners.