We pray for David Phillips, Coordinator of the Leading with Care Policy.
The Presbyterian Church in Canada seeks Presbyterian young adults to attend the Sabeel Ecumenical Theology Center’s First International Young Adult Gathering from June 17-25, 2020. Participants must be between 18 and 35 years. The event takes place in Palestine/Israel. This gathering provides an opportunity for young people from around the world, to [...]
Our beloved Ron passed away on February 19, 2020. He was born in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, the fourth of five children. The family home in Pictou, N.S. held many great memories. His mom’s cooking and baking skills were passed on to her children. Ron loved to cook, bbq and [...]
We remember those who support Presbyterian World Service & Development’s refugee sponsorship program, which is helping Canadian congregations provide new opportunities for displaced people from around the world.
Presbyterian Woman of Faith Awards 2020 Recipients The Presbyterian Woman of Faith Awards were established by The Presbyterian Church in Canada, the Women’s Missionary Society and the Order of Diaconal Ministries to honour the courageous and faithful work of women within our church and to share individual stories of [...]
(World Day for Social Justice) Pray for the peacemakers and justice seekers who are working to realize God’s vision for justice in the world.
For Lent, Presbyterians are invited to join a denomination-wide book study on “Lent for Everyone, Matthew, Year A,” with an introductory webinar kicking things off on Feb. 20.
We pray for all those engaged in Bible study. We pray they come to a deeper relationship with God and be inspired to live a more dedicated life to Christ.
The Rev. Ian (Larry) Jackson, passed away peacefully on January 30, 2020, at the age of 89, with family and friends by his side. Raised in and around Saskatoon, Larry graduated from University of Saskatchewan prior to attending Knox College in Toronto. He received his Masters in Divinity and began [...]
The names of the Rev. Paulette Brown, the Rev. Mary Fontaine, the Rev. Dr. Daniel Scott and Tori Smit appear on the ballot for Moderator of the 2020 General Assembly.