Whether your church has already fully returned to in-person worship, is waiting to return, or is currently somewhere in between, here are some intergenerational ideas for marking the milestone of returning to in-person worship.
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Get the inside scoop on donor-advised funds and how they benefit your church in this video recording of Phil Leo of the Barnabas Foundation and Steve Chittenden, a Stewards Fund (Barnabas Foundation’s donor-advised fund) owner.
Meet the Disability Concerns regional advocates for each classis in Canada in our re-imagined Canadian content newsletter.
Cara Milne's book, Noticed, Known, and Missed, focuses on building community for people with disabilities.
Meet Cara Milne, our Disability Concerns Regional Advocate for Classis Alberta South and Saskatchewan.
Save the Date! Everybody Belongs, Serving Together: Launching the Newest Resource for Supporting People with Disabilities in Faith Communities
Join Disability Concerns Canada every week in October for our 2021 annual training event. Residents of Canada and the U.S. are welcome to attend.
Generosity Today is a quarterly publication for your church, designed to inspire generosity and educate your congregation about smart and powerful ways they can support your church beyond the offering plate.
Help generous believers give more effectively to your local church ministry by distributing Generosity Today to your congregation.
On May 11, the CRC's Office of Race Relations is hosting a free webinar event dealing with the difficulty of teaching on the topic of racism. Find out how you can participate.
Community Christian Reformed Church of East Grand Forks, Minnesota has several items available for CRC churches.
In one Disability Concerns workshop exercise, participants are asked to identify a number of personal characteristics that society values, including ones related to ethnicity and ability. Through this, we can begin addressing systems that privilege some but not others.
This webinar will explore why restorative practices are worth it today and will define the following vital aspects of the framework for restorative practices: continuum of practices, practice domains, and the compass of shame.
Access to care, support, and the vaccine over the course of the pandemic has been a greater challenge for people living on the margins of our society. Churches must take steps to educate people and eliminate these inequalities.