We thank God for the faithfulness of congregations as they continue to support Presbyterians Sharing with their financial gifts and their prayers.
The Presbyterian Church Building Corporation is pleased to welcome Betty Kupeian in the role of General Manager, following the retirement announcement of the current General Manager, Bill Collier.
In the wake of the terrible acts of anti-black racism over the last week in North America, the Moderator reflects on the anti-black racism that pervades our nation and our church, and asks what we can do to shed light on ourselves, our systems and our practices, and take action to correct them.
We pray for graduating students of our theological colleges, asking for guidance as they seek to serve in the ministries to which God has called them. ━━━━ ❈ ━━━━ Pray for healthcare workers.
Sunday Worship Planner for the Fourth Sunday After Pentecost (June 28).
Sunday Worship Planner for the Third Sunday After Pentecost (June 21).
Sunday Worship Planner for the Second Sunday After Pentecost (June 14).
The horrific death of Mr. George Floyd at the hands of police in the United States, and the circumstances surrounding the death of Ms. Regis Korchinski-Paquet in Toronto, are calls for racial justice. This statement affirms the church's anti-racist position, that black lives matter, and to say anything other rejects the biblical affirmation that all are lovingly made in the image of God.
The latest PCConnect e-newsletter has now been distributed. The June edition of PCConnect features a new resource on re-opening church buildings, new initiatives to join the Moderator in prayer and conversation, interim General Assembly reports, as well as a reflection by Justice Ministries on five years of the TRC’s Calls to Action, and letters to the federal government on Guaranteed Basic Income and Israel-Palestine.
We thank God for worship and music leaders who give their time and gifts to support the worship of God.