Here’s our live blog of what happened during the assembly’s final sederunt.
See what happened during the seventh sederunt.
The debates and discussions continue in the live blog of the assembly’s sixth sederunt.
Debates and decisions from the fifth sederunt on our live blog.
Read what happened during the fourth sederunt on our live blog.
Here’s what happened during the third sederunt as we live blogged it from the assembly floor.
Check out our live blog from the second sederunt of the General Assembly.
Check out our live blog from Friday afternoon.
Download the various reports to the 2016 General Assembly.
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As the devastating fires continue to burn through Fort McMurray, Alta., the congregation of Faith Presbyterian is doing their best to move forward during this difficult time, says minister Rev. Lisa Aide.
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As of April 4, Rev. Dr. Jonathan Dent is the new national director of the Canadian Bible Society. “It’s a very interesting time in Canadian […]
Vancouver School of Theology Date: Monday, May 9 at 7 p.m. Location: Kerrisdale, Vancouver (2733 West 41st Ave.) Speaker: Rev. Dr. Lillian Daniel Honorary doctorate […]
The Kenora Fellowship Centre is urgently seeking donations to keep its emergency shelter open after the city council delayed an amendment to a new zoning […]
Eight denominations signed a joint statement in March expressing their commitment “to implement the principles, norms, and standards of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples as the framework for reconciliation.”
The name of Rev. Douglas Rollwage, minister at Zion, Charlottetown, will be placed before the General Assembly as sole nominee for moderator when the highest […]
Earlier that day I was at my doctor’s office for a regular appointment. While I was waiting there, I saw the security guard trying to physically remove two homeless people from the waiting room. This was early January and it was -30°C outside and there was an extreme windchill warning. Wanting to do something, I got up and took a picture of what was happening with my cellphone.