I’m thankful that ministries within the denomination are partnering with Sherman Street CRC to offer a Restorative Practices training November 8 to 9. Here is how these practices have been transformational for me.
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A free webinar for men and women sponsored by MissioAlliance. Leaders will join online for robust discussion on the celebrations and complexities of leading together as men and women in the church.
Generosity Today is a quarterly publication from The Barnabas Foundation. It's designed to inspire generosity and educate your congregation about smart ways they can support your church beyond the offering plate.
Bates Place Neighbors is the community center through which First CRC in Grand Rapids is building relationships with neighbors. This newsletter is a great example of how it is done and how progress is being made.
Looking to grow your church? Likely, you have people living close by who would love to get involved.
This webinar deals with the theology and practice of the Lord’s Supper. What did the reformers say? Do we ‘remember’ or do we ‘celebrate’? How often?
The church has the opportunity to stand in the gap for those around the world who suffer from persecution and/or hunger. Find resources and suggested dates to mark these days.
The Council of Delegates met at the Burlington CRCNA offices and at Mountainview CRC in Grimsby, Ont. on October 10-11, 2019. Here are a few highlights from that meeting.
Go and Tell now includes Spanish materials. In addition, the videos have closed captioning in Spanish.
What does it look like to try and practice the presence of God together as a congregation? Rev. Greg Janke, pastor at Palos Height CRC, shares his church's story.
CRC chaplains recently gathered to discuss Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID), Death with Dignity, and other legislation going into effect in Canada and several states.
Look inside for updates from the Candidacy Committee, Chaplaincy and Care Ministry, Leadership Diversity, Pastor Church Resources, and The Network.
This sermon explores how we as a church lament our history and move from using power for ourselves to using our power with generosity, the way Jesus modeled and taught us.