Presbyterians Sharing

Equipping Congregations Through Webinars
Are you interested in learning about digital giving? Church
renewal? Sharing your congregation’s story in inspiring ways?
Moving forward with your church’s vision?
The PCC’s webinars provide online learning opportunities that
equip congregations on topics relating to leadership, renewal and
Each webinar is free, made possible by gifts to Presbyterians
Sharing. It’s easy to register and participate. Each webinar is
recorded and posted online for viewing at any time.
To find out about upcoming webinars,
Presbyterians Sharing funds learning opportunities

Healing & Reconciliation
In 1994, The Presbyterian Church in Canada adopted the
Confession to God and to Aboriginal people for its role in
the Indian Residential School System. The church is committed to
walking with Indigenous people on a journey toward reconciliation
and living out the spirit of its Confession.
The Healing and Reconciliation Program was established by
General Assembly in 2006 to assist The Presbyterian Church in
Canada in restoring right relations with Indigenous people. The
program provides resources to raise awareness among
Presbyterians about the impact of colonialism on Indigenous people
and supports initiatives that build relationships between Indigenous
and non-Indigenous people.
Staff in Justice Ministries and members of the Healing and
Reconciliation Advisory Committee work with Presbyterians at all
levels of the church to foster leaders committed to promoting
reconciliation efforts in their congregations and in their
communities. The church works with ecumenical partners in
responding to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s 94 Calls
to Action including support for the implementation of the United
Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.