This reflection by the moderator speaks to the importance of participating in Orange Shirt Day on September 30 to remember and honour the Indigenous children who attended Indian Residential Schools, and reflects on the PCC's involvement in the Residential School System and its inter-generational impacts on Indigenous children today. Links to resources on the history of the PCC and Residential Schools as well as the experiences of Residential School Survivors are also provided along with a prayer shared by KAIROS.
We pray for the Rev. Susan Mattinson who serves the Presbytery of Superior as the clerk and in many other roles.
World Communion Sunday October 4, 2020 Exodus 20:1–4, 7–9, 12–20 and Psalm 19 OR Isaiah 5:1–7 and Psalm 80:7–15 Philippians 3:4b–14 Matthew 21:33–46
We pray for those in mission fields overseas and for those supporting them here in Canada.
This Presbyterians Sharing Sunday, we celebrate the generosity of congregations across Canada who support our church’s mission and ministry.
We give thanks for the faithful generosity of congregations across Canada as we share in mission and ministry together through Presbyterians Sharing.
Why Work To Decolonize? is a study resource produced in collaboration between the PCC’s National Indigenous Ministries Council and the Life and Mission Agency (Justice Ministries) that engages the overall themes of the final report of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.
Are you starting a new ministry but worried about its sustainability? This one-day online conference, organized by Cyclical PCC, on October 8 will help you uncover practical ways to strengthen resiliency in a wide scope of areas in order to maintain the sustainability of your new ministry.
Change is the only constant—this is especially true in the current context we live, in which our world is constantly changing and innovating. The PCC’s Transform online course, comprising of four weekly classes, will give you the tools to navigate these changes as you design ministry that transforms lives.
We pray for campus ministries’ chaplains, volunteers and the congregations that support these ministries, which show God’s love and care to young adults facing many challenges.