Sarah Mansfield Hoag

Sarah Mansfield Hoag (Dunn)January 24, 1942 – September 15, 2021Sarah Mansfield Hoag (née Dunn) died with her children by her side on September 15, 2021, in Toronto at the age of 79 after an aggressive illness. Daughter of Thomas Mansfield Dunn and Margaret Fehrs Freyn Dunn (both deceased), and sister [...]

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Prayer Partnership

We thank God for our ecumenical and interfaith connections and for the members of the PCC’s Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations Committee who support these endeavours and meet today.

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18th Sunday after Pentecost

September 26, 2021 Presbyterians Sharing Sunday Esther 7:1–6, 9–10, 9:20–22 and Psalm 124 OR Numbers 11:4–6, 10–16, 24–29 and Psalm 19:7–14 James 5:13–20 Mark 9:38–50

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Prayer Partnership

We pray for struggling farmers in the developing world whose livelihoods have been impacted by climate change and give thanks for programs supported by Presbyterian World Service & Development that help them.

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Intergenerational Trauma, Colonization and Anti-Indigenous Racism Webinar on Sept. 23

The Intergenerational Trauma, Colonization and Anti-Indigenous Racism webinar, taking place on Thursday, September 23, at 1 p.m. (Eastern), will review how systemic racism underpins the colonial roots of Canada and the church, and how this has caused intergenerational trauma for Indigenous peoples and communities.

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Every Child Matters: A Video from Vivian Ketchum for Orange Shirt Day

Vivian Ketchum, originating from Wauzhushk Onigum Nation of Northern Ontario, and a member of Place of Hope Presbyterian Church in Winnipeg, Man., talks about why she wears an orange shirt, and why it is important for members of the church to mark September 30.

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Prayer Partnership

We pray that the members of the Presbytery of Oak Ridges’ Pastoral Relations Committee will feel a strong sense of God’s presence in their work and discernment.

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