The Christian Reformed Church is a binational church body. One half of our binational context is ministry in Canada – and it is joyously unique. The national differences are seen in approaches to social policy, cultural multiplicity, governmental structure, all the way to differing local contexts and distinctive attitudes or behaviours. As such, doing ministry in Canada demands that all the components of the denomination address the uniqueness that is experienced north of the border as much as it does in the USA. Read more...
Ministry in Canada
November 18: Canada Gathering 2016 - The Christian Reformed Church in North America will hold three Gatherings in 2016 — one in Canada and two in the U.S. — for the purpose of bringing churches together to stimulate conversations about the mission and purpose God has for local congregations and the CRCNA at large. Read More
November 11: Working Together to Serve Together - About 20 participants and 15 organizers met last weekend at the Canadian office of the Christian Reformed Church for a two-day event called Serving 360. Designed to equip people for short-term or longer-term missions, the event addressed both the big-picture topics, like worldview and justice, and details – sometimes unexpected – like culture shock and re-entry. Read More