Let’s make it our goal to move beyond “thoughts and prayers” to holistic responses that respect the dignity of all people.
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The Bridge App, available to Canadian churches through CRCNA Ministry in Canada, has a number of features that can assist churches during the COVID-19 pandemic.
It is our Christian responsibility to care for God’s creation, which not only includes personally in our homes, but also corporately, in our churches. So whose job is it to lead the charge in our churches? It's YOURS, Deacons!
You're invited! Gather with Christians from across the continent at Inspire 2019 in Windsor, ON. Learn more at crcna.org/Inspire 2019 and check out these Indigenous-led workshops.
The Operation Manna Program of Diaconal Ministries Canada has been helping churches establish vital community ministries across the country for over 35 years. Read our official Press Release regarding big changes coming to the program!
The Extreme Weather Shelter operated by Gateway Church in Abbotsford, B.C., has offered over 160 individuals a dry place to rest this winter. So, is it making a difference? This is part 3 of this series!
We hope this story inspires churches to trust God and follow Him into their communities, despite the risks and the unknowns.
Event planning is a TON of work. Why would I do this again? The people. The smiles. The service to the denomination and Canadian Ministry. And more.
Rather than having “experts” address the questions, it is expected that gatherers will talk about what they see and experience as the new mission of the church.
There is something special about getting together with CRC family from across the country, and the 2019 Canadian National Gathering provides the perfect opportunity.
I am greatly encouraged, inspired and delighted by God’s people in the CRC and I believe that I should pass on that encouragement to you all as well. God is moving and it is amazing! Although the worshiping style of each community varies, as does the perspective on how to “do church,” I have found in the Catechism’s first Question and Answer a common thread that binds us all together.
This past week a decision regarding Trinity Western's struggle to have a law school as part of their education was decided upon...
In the face of tragedy, hate, murder, violence, and death, living out our faith becomes difficult. How should we make sense of these situations and find God in them? How can we speak with a Christian voice to those who have been affected?