Join Us For Online Conversation

While nothing is a substitute for conversation and sharing in person, live conversation using technology is the next-best choice. We have a Zoom account, so we’re going to use it. We’re offering two opportunities to gather: Tuesday, Feb. 11 at 1 p.m. and Wednesday, Feb 12 at 7 p.m. Both times are Eastern. We’ve reserved a three-and-a-half hour block for each – so the conversation and prayer can continue for a generous amount of time. ... Read more

2020 Renewal Day and AGM

Our 2020 Renewal Day and Annual General Meeting is planned for Saturday, April 25, 2020, at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church in Huntsville, Ontario. The guest speaker will be Rev. Jonathan Hong, English-ministry lead pastor at Toronto Korean Presbyterian Church. More details and registration information to come.

Renewal Tools

When repairs are required – or if we need to build something new – we go to our toolbox. Ministry is no different. Trouble is, fixing or starting a new ministry isn’t as easy as tightening a few bolts or opening a box and following assembly instructions. While we appreciate the hearts and minds of ... Read more

Theology Matters

Theology matters – more than you might think. In 2016, a group of university professors published a groundbreaking study which linked mainline congregation growth to traditional, conservative theology. It compared the demographic and religious characteristics of ministers and attendees of growing mainline Protestant churches in southern Ontario with those of declining churches from the same ... Read more

소그룹 기도 가이드

사랑하는 친구 여러분, 끊임없이 변하고 있는 이 세상에서 하나님이 세우신 가치질서를 지키며 살아가려는 사람들에게는 종종 “거꾸로” 가는 사람이란 꼬리표가 붙게 됩니다. 좀 너그럽게 비판하는 사람들은 우리들을 “고리타분” 하다고 말할 것입니다. 하지만 이것은 중요한 사실을 간과하는 것입니다. 우리의 삶이 우리가 믿는 가치들을 따르지 않는 것이라면 우리들은 허공에 매달려 바람에 흔들리는 가지에 불과하다는 사실입니다. 폭풍의 계절을 지나고 ... Read more

Small Group Prayer Guide

Dear friends, In an ever-changing world, those of us who adhere to established practices are sometimes branded as “backward.” More-gracious critics might just say we’re “old school.” But that’s missing the point, which is that practice must follow principle, otherwise we are just branches swaying in the wind. In this stormy season, our presbyteries are ... Read more