This year’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Diaconal Ministries Canada will be held TONIGHT – Thursday, November 19, 2020, at 8:00pm EST. This meeting is open to ALL who are interested in the work of Diaconal Ministries Canada. It’s Not Too Late to Register! Every CRC in Canada is asked to send one representative to…Read More
Two articles have recently popped up on The Network and their timing is perfect. Like it or not, we are heading into the Christmas season, also known as the Christmas “shopping” season. While the global pandemic forges on, it appears that this is one ‘essential’ many of us won’t be giving up on or changing a whole lot.
As Christians, we are already anticipating the 4 weeks of Advent that will begin on December 1st, where we wait expectantly to receive the greatest gift of all – our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ!
BUT! We are quick to remember that Christmas is also about giving and sharing! A time when we remember how blessed we are and how we can share the joy of Christmas with those near and far through the simple act of gift-giving.
So, how will we spend our money this year?
Are you interested in learning more about what stewardship really means – beyond just money in the offering plate?
Our next online book study will start Monday, October 19th and run for 5 weeks. Together we’ll look at the book “What Do I Owe? Managing the Gifts God Gives You”. Through this study we’ll learn how Christ-followers can use our time, talents, and even trees to live a grateful and generous life in service to Him.
Needed: Financial Coordinator (Permanent, Part-Time)* Deacons are called to encourage and mobilize their congregations to engage with their local community, live as God’s faithful stewards, and promote mercy and justice in all things. Diaconal Ministries Canada is a national organization that equips and supports deacons in this role. We are a partner agency of the…Read More
One thing we’ve hopefully learned these past months is that you can’t plan for everything. Or can you? As deacons begin planning for another ministry year, what are some things they should be talking about?Read More