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   Evangel Hall Mission is my secure spot. There are a lot of benets to living at ehm, like the staff and programs. I feel safe and supported here.
   Kim, Evangel Hall Mission (ehm) resident
  We help emerging and experienced leaders by helping them develop their skills in strategic visioning, people management, biblical interpretation, theological reection, teaching methods and evangelism.
 Kim (centre) with Ariana, Residence Manager, and Rev. Dale
If you are interested in
exploring the possibility of
starting a new worshipping
community and your church or presbytery supports you, join the PCC Cyclical network. You’ll nd a community that will support, encourage and cheer you on.
The Rev. Stephen Kwon, The Well Church, Mississauga, Ontario
    It is reassuring to know that all treasurers
will benet from the resources the team
has shared with us. I personally feel that
I have someone who will help me to
gure out the correct way to do things,
especially lling out those Canada Revenue Agency forms. May our
Lord bless each person that has participated in this series of webinars.
Jan Rustebakke, Treasurer, St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Friends of Prison volunteers Rammy, Lyca and Hastings
My work in Malawi focuses primarily
on prison ministry. I oversee a team
of volunteers that are involved with 17 prisons engaging with over 2,800 inmates in the Southern part of Malawi. Our vision is to plant seeds of hope. It is amazing to see the transformation that is taking place.
The Rev. Joel Sherbino, Prison Ministry, Malawi
   West Park PC , Red Deer, Alberta
The Rev. Charles McNeil, Central Alberta Shared Ministry
We speak with a common voice on issues important to us and collaborate with ecumenical and interfaith partners on matters of justice around the world.
The opportunity for
teaching, facilitating
and mentoring the
lay leaders comes in
the Sunday services
and weekly mid-week interactions. The PCC webinars “Designing Adult Faith Formation for a Post Pandemic World” and “Cooperative or Cluster Ministry” provided insights for our ministry. The congregations are demonstrating, each in their own way, wonderful creativity and the willingness to suggest, lead, and participate in training to deepen their spiritual lives and develop their abilities to do ministry in changing realities and new contexts.

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