We pray for those planning the 2022 General Assembly of The Presbyterian Church in Canada, which will meet online beginning June 5.
On May 27, 2021, it was announced that radar had located 215 unmarked graves on the grounds of the former Kamloops Residential School in Kamloops, B.C. In deep sorrow, we invite congregations to hold a moment of silence to honour the children who were forced to attend and those who died.
We give thanks for the mission and ministry of Place of Hope Indigenous Presbyterian Church in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and for the leadership of the Rev. Dr. Margaret Mullin.
We pray for the people, ministries and mission of the Presbytery of Halifax and Lunenburg in Nova Scotia.
We pray for new graduates of our theological colleges who are patiently listening to God and seeking a call to congregational ministry.
(International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia) We pray for an end to all forms of hatred and discrimination that target LGBTQI2+ people. As a church, we have been part of this harm, and we repent.
A PowerPoint is now available for congregations to use for worship on Healing and Reconciliation Sunday this year (May 22, 2022), or during any service for truth, healing and reconciliation.
Healing & Reconciliation Sunday May 22, 2022 Acts 16:9–15 Psalm 67 Revelation 21:10, 21:22–22:5 John 14:23–29 OR John 5:1–9
We pray for those who have suffered racial discrimination within the church. May we, as a church, take action to repent of the harm that has been caused by acts of discrimination.
We give thanks for Presbyterian World Service & Development partners who teach farmers in Malawi about conservation agriculture, helping them to protect and revitalize life-giving soil and cultivate plentiful harvests.