This newsletter gives a brief overview of the work of the Christian Reformed Church. Look inside for updates from Calvin Theological Seminary, Worship Ministries, Calvin Institute of Christian Worship, The Network, The Bridge App, and Classis Renewal.
Every year, one fifth of Christian Reformed churches are invited to participate in the CRCNA denominational survey. If your church is invited to participate this year, here are some resources to encourage participation in your congregation.
A recording of the virtual town hall held November 21 is now available. Discussion included how to comply with the Canadian Revenue Agency and ministry priorities moving forward.
The following reports (and executive summaries) to be addressed by Synod 2021 are now available: Committee to Articulate a Foundation-laying Biblical Theology of Human Sexuality, Ecclesiastical Marriage Task Force, and Study of Bivocationality Task Force.
Look inside for updates from the Candidacy Committee, Chaplaincy and Care Ministry, Pastor Church Resources, and Raise Up Global Ministries.
Highlights from the October 14 to 16 Council of Delegates meeting.
Carters Professional Corporation has prepared a brief Q&A document to help address ongoing confusion around decisions made by the CRCNA Canada Corporation.
The Ontario Office of the Registrar General has extended the three month validity period for Marriage Licences in Ontario.
Look inside for updates from Calvin Theological Seminary, Worship Ministries, Calvin Institute of Christian Worship, The Network, The Bridge App, and Classis Renewal.
Racism is a stronghold in our countries that will not go away overnight. The remedy is a commitment to sanctification. We invite you to walk with us in this sanctification process. Also available in Spanish and Korean.
Our friends over at the RCA have gathered a number of videos, podcasts, articles, books and other resources about lament to help guide you and your congregations during this COVID-19 time.
As our communities begin to think about the gradual reopening of businesses, parks, and services, it's important that church leaders also carefully consider what your congregation will do as these restrictions are lifted.
Several churches have reached out to the denomination to ask if they should apply for grants and other financial supports from the government. Here are some things to consider.