Join The Presbyterian Church in Canada on December 3, the first Sunday of Advent, for a Service of Repentance, Healing and Hope.
December 3, 2023 Isaiah 64:1–9 Psalm 80:1–7, 17–19 1 Corinthians 1:3–9 Mark 13:24–37
Nourish us with hope during this season of waiting, O God, as we prepare to receive Christ among us again.
We pray for Edmonton Urban Native Ministry which offers a range of services to Indigenous people through their drop-in centre, located at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church.
We pray for PWS&D’s partners in Malawi who are helping reduce the spread of HIV infections among youth and promoting positive, healthy, sustainable living with access to life-saving treatments.
We pray for Place of Hope Presbyterian Church as they minister to Indigenous people in the inner city of Winnipeg, Manitoba by providing spiritual and tangible care.
We pray for all those who lead and contribute to the ministry of worship and praise in congregations at this sacred and busy time of year.
The Presbyterian Church in Canada is accepting donations for the Olive Tree Campaign as Palestinian farmers in the West Bank prepare for their 2023-2024 planting season in December.
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.
Creator, we give thanks for the wisdom of Indigenous elders and their desire to share their stories and teachings with future generations.
St. Timothy’s Presbyterian Church, Etobicoke, Ontario, is hosting an in-person and online Service of Repentance, Healing and Hope, which will feature leadership from the diversity of The Presbyterian Church in Canada.