As of July 1, all resources for the Presbyterian Church in Canada will be sold and distributed by Augsburg Fortress.
After struggling for months to keep their emergency shelter open, the Kenora Fellowship Centre will be winding up the program as of July 1, with plans to eventually transition the program to a location run by the Ne-Chee Friendship Centre.
When St. Andrew’s, Kitchener, Ont., was paired with a refugee family in January, they were told the family would arrive within three days to a week. Almost six months later, they are still waiting; and they are not the only ones.
The 2016 General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in Canada met at York University, Toronto, from June 3-6. Commissioners reviewed more than 400 pages of reports and considered all kinds of recommendations. In case you don’t feel like wading through the reports to find all those recommendations, we’ve compiled them here as adopted by the church’s highest court.
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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