The Christian Reformed Centre for Public Dialogue and the office of Canadian Ministries wish to bring the following letter from the Canadian Council of Christian Charities to your attention.
Does your church hold any events celebrating Black History Month?
Some tools and resources for congregations to live out a ministry of reconciliation with our Indigenous neighbours.
In the midst of the growing international tension, followers of Jesus should act as peacemakers. But how can Christians go about making peace in a nuclear age?
CRC Canadian Ministries Director Rev. Dr. Darren Roorda has signed an interfaith statement regarding the new controversial requirements of the Canada Summer Jobs Program grant. Will your church be applying for Canada Summer Job grants this year?
Now is the moment to raise our voices, both in prayer and advocacy, for a Canada where Indigenous children finally have equal opportunities to flourish.
After the Truth and Reconciliation Commission event in Vancouver, a debriefing event was held to provoke discussion around reconciliation in other CRC communities and contexts.
Justice and hope. Can these two words really go together? We have hope because we are not saving the world, Christ is. Join churches across Canada in marking Justice and Hope Sunday this February 18.
Many Canadians are expressing concerns about the recent changes to the Canada summer jobs application process. We have a few suggestions for those with concerns about this issue.
This paper on discernment by Rev. Bert Adema of the CRC’s Indigenous Christian Fellowship (formerly IMCF) in Regina considers cross-cultural ministry and the difference between syncretism and contextualization, recommends elements of a process of communal discernment of these questions, and includes the ICF’s position on smudging.
Looking for a way to begin your church's Lenten reflections? Join more than 100 congregations across Canada in reflecting together on the interplay between calling out for justice and trusting that our God is making all things new.
Often I am against a church having a mobile app. But The Bridge is different. Here’s why.