Exaltation, amazement, fear and, perhaps, even a sense of relief. This new Easter reflection from the Moderator, the Rev. Amanda Currie, explores the vast multitude of thoughts and feelings experienced by those who witnessed the Risen Christ.
A letter written by the Moderator, the Rev. Amanda Currie, in light of the church's promise to rebuild broken relationships and to respond pastorally to LGBTQI people who have been harmed in the church.
A Christmas message from the Rev. Amanda Currie, Moderator of the General Assembly, wishing you a blessed and peaceful Christmas, and praying that God gives you all that you need to welcome the birth of Jesus this year.
As Thanksgiving weekend approaches amidst a global health crisis, with political strife, natural disasters, racism and violence happening simultaneously throughout the world, it feels as though there is not a lot to be thankful for this year. In preparation for celebrating this tradition in a vastly different season, the moderator offers an encouraging perspective on being thankful in hard times, that praising God and giving thanks no matter our circumstances changes us and contributes positively to our personal well-being.
In the wake of the terrible acts of anti-Black racism over the last week in North America, the Moderator reflects on the anti-Black racism that pervades our nation and our church, and asks what we can do to shed light on ourselves, our systems and our practices, and take action to correct them.
The Rev. Amanda Currie, Moderator of the 2019 General Assembly, offers a Christmas message reflecting on including all in our circle of faith and God coming to be with us through the birth of Jesus.
LETTER FROM THE MODERATOR OF THE 2019 GENERAL ASSEMBLY The Rev. Amanda Currie, B.A.Sc., M.Div. September 3, 2019 To the Presbyterian Church in Canada from the Rev. Amanda Currie, Moderator of the 2019 General Assembly: Grace to you and peace from God and the Lord Jesus Christ. I give thanks [...]
As we enter the season of Advent we are invited to await and prepare for the coming of the Christ child. In the name of the merciful and compassionate God, Christ who came as a helpless, vulnerable baby announces a new relationship with us—one that calls us to vulnerability and [...]
The Moderator, the Rev. Daniel Cho, has issues a prayer for the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty on Oct. 17, 2018.