A conference in June will honor the life and teachings of Henri Nouwen, the late Catholic priest, professor and prolific author. Way of the Heart: […]
Rev. Alan Goh (left), Gerry and Gayle Clarke, Doris Loo,(Matthew’s mom), dad, William, and sister, Megan. A small church was honored in March for the […]
A draft report from Justice Ministries on the topic of human sexuality needed more work, the Life and Mission Agency decided at its March meeting. […]
On March 8 at St. Mark’s, Toronto, Guy Smagghe (executive director, Presbyterian World Service & Development), Rev. Ian Ross-McDonald (general secretary, LMA), and Jennifer de […]
Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada and Presbyterian World Service & Development officially signed an agreement on March 10 that will inject over $4 million […]
Thanks to a generous donor who provided $25,000 and a church that agreed to step up and take on the task, two families of Syrian […]
La Loche, Saskatchewan is located about 600 km northwest of Saskatoon where I have lived for the last 12 years. Before the tragic shooting that […]
Almost a quarter of people in South Sudan are in urgent need of food assistance, three United Nations organizations warned in February, a statistic all […]
A new series at Crieff Hills Community Retreat and Conference Centre will focus on making the most of retirement, helping people look beyond financial concerns […]
The federal government has granted residency status to a Roma family that had lived under “sanctuary” protection in Windermere United Church, Toronto, for 18 months. […]
A January book launch in Ottawa announced the release of Looking for Ashley: Re-reading what the Smith case reveals about the governance of girls, mothers […]
The new associate secretary for Canadian Ministries says the first item on her to-do list is to listen. “I think any new leader has to […]
The Government of Canada has extended its deadline for matching Syria relief donations to Feb. 29. For each dollar donated by Canadians to registered charities […]
Signs saying “No YSM” were posted in shop windows and along the street in Toronto’s Chinatown, and were carried in the hands of about 50 […]
Around 4:30 a.m. on Dec. 19, police in Maple Ridge, B.C., found the body of 33-year-old Peter Bender shot dead in a car in the […]
THE Vancouver School of Theology, which houses the Presbyterian seminary, St. Andrew’s Hall, opened its new, smaller building on Nov. 14. “Our vision, our calling […]
Rev. Douglas Rollwage is minister at Zion, Charlottetown. He has moderated presbyteries, has convened and served on lots of committees at local and national levels, and has acted as a resource person at General Assemblies.
Rev. Wes Denyer is minister at Rosedale, Toronto. He has served as clerk, moderator and committee convener at the presbytery level, and has convened a number of national teams including the organization team behind the Stewards by Design conference and the design team behind the Emmaus Conference in 2010.
Child of a Presbyterian manse, Jane Philpott is the first doctor to be Minister of Health.
Jennifer de Combe is the new associate secretary of the Canadian Ministries department effective Dec. 7. De Combe previously served as executive director of Tyndale […]