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2022 CRC Ministry Highlights
A report summarizing the work of CRCNA ministries in 2022 is now available.
Seminary Receives ‘Compelling Preaching’ Grant
Calvin Theological Seminary’s Center for Excellence in Preaching has received almost $960,000 as part of a Compelling Preaching Initiative.
Students Seek ‘Servant Hearts’ at Christmas
A class of sixth graders at Brantford (Ont.) Christian School are buying chickens to help people facing hunger and poverty around the world.
Sermon and Service Package Available
The CRCNA is providing a special worship-service package to help congregations and to offer pastors and worship leaders a break this holiday season.
Churches Focus on Hospitality
Brian Fournier was homeless in downtown Thorold, Ont., when he met Terence Schilstra, pastor of a local church that meets on Sundays in the carport of the pastor’s home.
Developing Ministry Leaders
Calvin University’s Ministry Leadership Cohort offers pathways for students of all majors who want to live out their faith in all of life.
An Evening of Storytelling
A crowd filled the sanctuary of Meadowlands Fellowship CRC, Ancaster, Ont., to take in and reflect on impressions of “Place, Home, and Land.”
Calvin University Clarifies Employee Guidelines on Sexuality
Information sessions for faculty and staff were held to discuss positions, policies, and requirements for honoring the CRCNA position on human sexuality.
CRCNA Spreading Restorative Practices
Facilitators are introducing ministry leaders to a biblical and practical approach to making decisions, dealing with differences, and leading effectively during anxious times.
New Book Offers Hope for the Church
A new book that explores the stories of ordinary people doing extraordinary things in their communities is sparking imagination and hope for the church.
‘Helping without Harming’ Workshop
About 45 people in Classis Ontario Southwest gathered for a workshop on how to help without causing unintended harm.
Chief Administrative Officer Named
At a special meeting of the Council of Delegates, Shirley DeVries was named chief administrative officer of the CRCNA, a new position for the denomination.
New Director of Synodical Services Appointed
Meeting via video conference on Nov. 16, the Council of Delegates appointed Rev. Scott DeVries to the role of director of synodical services
Pastor Peer Groups: A Lifeline
Friends since seminary, this group of pastors has provided support through good times and challenging times.
World-Renowned Artist Awarded Kuyper Prize
Visual artist Makoto Fujimura will receive the 2023 Kuyper Prize from Calvin University and Calvin Theological Seminary in May 2023.
Raising Our Voices
Two people who are connected with the CRC’s Climate Witness Project are participating in Christian advocacy at COP27.
An Anchor for the Soul
A Resonate partner ministry in Nicaragua partnered with Joni and Friends to host a retreat for families affected by disability.
Redeemer Enrollment Reaches All-Time High
Three years of strong incoming classes continue to support record enrollment as Redeemer University looks to program sustainability for the future.
Bringing Good Out of Evil
Not long ago, Burkina Faso was a poor but peaceful country. But terrorism has been on the rise in recent years—and yet Christian ministry is continuing.
Wiebe Boer Delivers Inaugural Address
On Oct. 26 more than 2,000 people gathered in Van Noord Arena for the inauguration of Calvin University’s 12th president, Dr. Wiebe Boer.
Innovation Experiment Grants Available
Do you have an innovative idea for reaching out to people in your community? Applications are open for Resonate Global Mission’s Innovation Experiment Grant.
Imagining More in Tanzania
Global hunger is on the rise. World Renew’s World Hunger campaign provides a way for members of the CRC to help combat this crisis.
Calvin Board Responds to Synod 2022
The Calvin University Board voted to retain faculty who disagree with the CRCNA position on human sexuality, while also requiring teaching and personal conduct to align with CRCNA doctrine.
Over 60 women gathered for an intergenerational, multicultural weekend to be equipped, encouraged, and empowered for leadership where God has called them.