Looking for a way to ease the August stress of searching for volunteers? Check out this blog post from veteran children’s minister, Linda Freeman, who offers week by week ideas for planning a month long focus on volunteer recruitment.
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The Advisory Panel Process: A Guide for Church Councils on Responding to Allegations of Abuse by Church Leaders
The Advisory Panel Process has been put in place to support Christian Reformed congregations in responding to church leader misconduct.
This document includes all the steps, approximate costs and the organizational structure of a Safe Church Team.
Church leaders (especially deacons) will find this information helpful in assisting congregation members who need home remodeling for better accessibility.
The articles linked below can provide you with ideas and information for creating a more rewarding environment for your church’s volunteers.
The articles linked below can provide you with ideas and information for the orientation and training of your church’s volunteers.
The articles linked below can provide you with ideas and information for recruiting volunteers to serve in the ministries of your congregation.
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.
Chaplaincy training support is available for chaplains-to-be who have a need for additional funds in order to complete Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE), Supervised Pastoral Education (SPE). or other specialized training. Those who have a need should review the Chaplaincy Training Support Online Application Instructions on how to apply.
Chaplaincy and Care Ministry provides ecclesiastical endorsement for chaplains through assessment, training, and supervision of chaplains’ ministries. This document entails the required steps to achieve endorsement through the Christian Reformed Church.