With heavy hearts we announce the death of Grace Whyte on July 16, 2023. Predeceased by her loving husband Wallace and her son Brian. Proud mother to Mark (Susan), Paul (Karen) and David. Adoring grandmother to Sarah (George), Krista (Sam), Emily (Tim), and Laura (Aaron) and great-grandmother to Charlotte, Madelyn, [...]
The Presbyterian Church in Canada offers sincere congratulations to the athletes participating in the 10th Annual North American Indigenous Games.
The Rev. Dr. Donald C. Smith died peacefully on July 19, 2023 age 95. Beloved husband of Margaret (nee Finlayson), his wife of 65 years, and loving father of Fiona (Tom), Sheila, Neil (Jackie) and Laura (John). Dear grandpa of Owen, Delaney, Neve, Sheridan and Mackenna. Predeceased by his brother [...]
The Rev. John Yoos died on July 12th 2023. John graduated Knox College Class of 1956, ordained Presbytery of Saskatoon May 14, 1956, ordained Missionary Recognition Sylvan Lake AB June 28, 1956, inducted later. Stayed until retirement. Please join us as we pray for the family and friends of the [...]
Charlotte (Lottie) McDonald Sutherland (née Cameron) Lottie Sutherland died on the morning of July 2nd, in her 98th year. Active throughout her life in the Presbyterian Church, she loved to lead and did it well, whether in camping (Glen Mhor, Kintail, Gracefield), PYPS, CGIT, Explorers, or with the WMS, she [...]
The Presbyterian Church in Canada has signed an ecumenical letter to the Minister of Foreign Affairs to express support for the Government of Canada’s efforts to stand with LGBTQI+ people in Uganda and around the world.
The family sadly announce the death of Henry Ernest Adney Stewart, on Saturday, June 17, 2023, beloved husband of Jean, proud and loving father of their four sons and daughters-in-law: Dean and Janette (Stoeken); Andrew and Nedine Stewart; Glenn and Churyl (Elgart); and Dwight and Margie (Preston). Loving and adored [...]
The 2024 wall calendar of The Presbyterian Church in Canada is now available to order.
Colleagues gathered at The Presbyterian Church in Canada’s national office to thank Oliver Ng for his seven years of faithful service as Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer.
Since August 2021, when the Taliban took over control of Afghanistan, Presbyterian World Service & Development and similar organizations have been unable to respond to increasingly urgent needs in the country. After two years of advocacy, Bill C-41—legislation that removes legal barriers which prohibited aid and provides a path to enable crucial humanitarian assistance—was adopted in June 2023.