Canadian Friends! Check out this Labour Day bulletin cover on dignity and the God-given importance of work.
In processing the tragic event in London, Ontario on June 6, it is important to focus on Muslim-Christian relations and lament with and pray for our Muslim friends and neighbors.
We want God's justice to flow like a river through our worship and daily lives. This list of resources will help you integrate sermons, prayers, and litanies about immigration, refugees, poverty, hunger, and the persecuted church into your regular worship practices.
The church building and its associated grounds are the most visible part of the church in the community. How those grounds are maintained reflect the congregation's emphasis on creation stewardship.
This is a Prayer of Confession written in response to the unmarked graves found near the Kamloops Indian Residential School.
This article is a brief review of Thaddeus J Williams' recent text Confronting Injustice without Compromising Truth: 12 Questions Christians Should Ask About Social Justice.
The CRC justice ministries celebrate the volunteer work of Gary Mulder, a representative for the Office of Social Justice in Washington D.C. over the past twelve years.
In celebration of Earth Day hear about one church's success and partnership with the Climate Witness Project. Get connected with these opportunities in your local area.
This webinar explored why restorative practices are worth it in the aftermath of COVID, helped define following aspects of the framework for restorative practices: continuum of practices, practice domains, fair process, and the compass of shame.
As Refugee Sunday approaches (April 11), it's worth pausing to consider the many reasons Christians have for extending gracious, welcoming hospitality to those who have lost their homes and homelands.