This post focuses on entering Canada to accept a call to a Canadian church when the pastor is a Canadian citizen but their spouse/family is not.
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A conversation with non-Canadian pastors who have accepted calls to Canadian Christian Reformed Churches, sharing experiences about the logistics of entering and staying in Canada as a pastor.
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.
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.
It's important that congregational leadership remains current with all of the legal issues facing the church at this unprecedented time. Here are a few resources to assist you if you are located in Canada.
In the face of COVID-19 several Canadian religious leaders, including CRCNA Canadian Ministries Director Darren Roorda, drafted a message of hope, gratitude, and solidarity.
Links to the Department of Immigration Refugees and Citizenship, as well as contact information for the Canadian Council of Christian Charities and other entities who may be of assistance in the immigration process.
The communal Advent practices of remembering, celebrating, mourning, and anticipating prompt me to consider how those themes have showed up over the last year in the work of racial justice and equity in Canada.
The Auditor General reports that 24% of Indigenous students graduate high school, as opposed to the national average of 90%. See how the Christian Reformed Centre for Public Dialogue is responding.
On November 2, 2018, faith groups across Canada -- including the Christian Reformed Church in North America -- united their voices in an appeal to the people of Myanmar to "seek justice and reconciliation."
Apparently both this year and last, my niece has been teased by her classmates because of her beautiful skin tone.
The CRCNA wants to support the ecumenical ministry of Canadian congregations by offering small grants to be used for events, gatherings, community services and worship opportunities that bring together churches from a variety of backgrounds.
Do you quilt? Does your congregation have a quilting group? If so, we have a project that we'd love for you to take part in.