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.
In this new context, leaders need thoughtful, wise and prayerful approaches to ministry in order to faithfully navigate this time. To help ministry leaders think through and develop potential next steps, the Life and Mission Agency is offering free one-time coaching sessions.
Gloucester Presbyterian Church in Ottawa, ON, has embraced a new vision of connecting with neighbours.
Ministry in Action: Messy Church Explores Faith and Christian Community in New Ways in Lucknow PC, ON
Every month, the basement of Lucknow Presbyterian Church, “Messy Church”, a new form of church helps families explore faith and Christian community.
The Rural and Remote Ministry Grant encourages seminary students to gain ministry experience in a rural and remote congregation during the summer.
Winnipeg Inner City Missions, a Presbyterian outreach ministry, is committed to providing a healthy community for children, youth and families.
Every second summer, PCC grants help hundreds of youth, young adults and youth leaders join together to celebrate their vibrant faith at Canada Youth (CY).
Cornerstone is a missional ministry of Knox Presbyterian Church in Dunnville, Ontario that shares the Gospel with families accessing Haldimand Pregnancy Care and Family Centre and wider community.
St. Andrew’s–Chalmers in Uxbridge, Ontario hosted a fun, spirit-filled Vacation Bible Camp for more than 65 children and youth.