We praise God that, over the last six years, more than 500 refugees have been welcomed into Canada with the support of Presbyterian World Service & Development and the PCC.
The latest article in our popular Equipping For... series provides creative suggestions and ideas for offering connection and support during this time of social distancing.
(Earth Hour) When we turn off our lights during Earth Hour, we are reminded of the need to use the Earth’s resources responsibly. We pray that we will carry this reminder throughout the year.
With sad and heavy hearts, we announce the passing of Diana Wright into the Lord's care from Haldimand War Memorial Hospital, Dunnville, on Tuesday, March 17, 2020. Diana Wright, beloved wife of Reverend Dennis Wright, in her 73rd year. Loving mother of Kurt (Jen) Smith and Alison (Sean Meikle) Smith. [...]
Under the current circumstances, questions about employment insurance are at the forefront. Details about the PCC and EI and payroll considerations are now available.
We pray for Major Tom Hamilton (Charlottetown, PE) who serves as a reserve force military chaplain in the Canadian Armed Forces.
Joint Statement from World Council of Churches: A Time for Pastoral, Prophetic and Practical Christianity
Representatives of Regional Ecumenical Organizations and the World Council of Churches (WCC) share the challenges that our communities around the world are facing due to the coronavirus, COVID-19.
We give thanks for the members of the Atlantic Missionary Society as they faithfully support the mission endeavours of the presbyteries and Synod of the Atlantic Provinces.
The Rev. Dr. Blair and Ms. Vivian Bertrand and Steve McInnis and Nora Martin, who serve as PCC mission staff in Malawi, have been called home as a result of the global COVID-19 outbreak. Their accounts of their departure from Malawi and journey home to Canada are now available to read on the Mission Blogs website.
The latest issue of the Presbyterian Connection is our biggest one yet! In the Spring 2020 issue you’ll find: feature articles on ecumenical shared ministries; valuable information on telephone and email scams; an update on a Bible reading challenge; the first-hand experience of a refugee to Canada; a whopping ten-and-a-half page Gatherings photo gallery; news from congregations, coast to coast; plus so much more!