We pray for peace for those affected by ongoing conflict around the world as Presbyterian World Service & Development provides emergency assistance.
Issue 15, Fall 2020 The latest issue of the Presbyterian Connection newspaper was sent out to all congregations and subscribers in early September. This issue is filled with lots of amazing articles and photos from congregations and groups across the country. In this issue you’ll find: A feature article on the [...]
We pray for Cyclical PCC participants who are gathering to prepare to learn about and work towards starting new worshipping communities.
The General Assembly Office has produced a yearbook for 2020: The Presbyterian Church in Canada – Records and Statistics, which contains the records and statistics that are annually reported. This yearbook replaces the annual Act and Proceedings of the General Assembly since the 2020 General Assembly was cancelled. [...]
We pray for justice and safety of all the minority groups in India who are persecuted for their faith.
Thanksgiving is coming up soon, and it is the perfect holiday to practice gratitude. Here are some sources with fun ideas for families to celebrate Thanksgiving at home by acknowledging the blessings in their lives and giving thanks to God.
It is with great sadness that we announce the peaceful passing of our Mother, the matriarch of our family, Beverly Gellatly (nee Middlestead). Beverly left this earth on March 25th 2020 at the age of 86 in Burlington, Ontario. She was predeceased by her husband M. Roy Gellatly. Beverly [...]
(International Day of Peace) We pray for the safety and well-being of those living in conflict areas around the world and hear the call to be peacemakers and to speak out against forces of violence.
Presbyterians Sharing Sunday September 27, 2020 Exodus 17:1–7 and Psalm 78:1–4, 12–16 OR Ezekiel 18:1–4, 25–32 and Psalm 25:1–9 Philippians 2:1–13 Matthew 21:23–32
Tom Vais died suddenly at home on Sunday 20 September 2020. Tom was the beloved husband of The Rev. Dr. Heather Vais and father of Brett and Elizabeth. He was the son of The Rev. Dr. George Vais and the late Faith Vais, brother of the late Rev. Dr. Chris [...]