Sep8WedSeptember 8, 2021
Program Coordinator – New Worshipping Communities (Cyclical PCC)
Part-time (2.5 days/week), 12-month Contract
Canadian Ministries works with congregations and presbyteries in the areas of: new church development; church extension; rural and remote ministries; ministries with Indigenous Peoples; congregational development and transitions; evangelism; Christian education; youth; worship; leadership development.
Aug11WedAugust 11, 2021
We hope you can join us for our first Zoom Trivia Night (multiple choice questions!) in support of Campus Ministry: Thursday, August 26 at 7:30. You can either organize a team of your own or join others who will be participating to support the ecumenical Christian Campus Ministry at Algonquin College. Cost: Freewill donation.
Hosted by St. Stephen's Anglican Church. The Zoom link (please see below) will be live at 7:15 PM on Thursday, August 26.
Aug11WedAugust 11, 2021
St. Stephen’s Presbyterian Church is seeking to hire a Facility Maintenance Technician to join our small team and help foster a welcoming environment in our building as a sacred space for worship and as a vital and vibrant gathering place for sanctuary, fellowship, learning, healing and celebration. If you are or know someone who is organized, service-oriented, and mechanically-minded, please contact email@example.com for the full job description.
Jul21WedJuly 21, 2021
Jun22TueJune 22, 2021
From the Ottawa Campus Chaplaincy – On behalf of students in Ottawa, thank-you again for your prayers and support this past year. While much of our work was online, God surprised us with some unique ministry opportunities. Please take a moment to read our latest (NEW FORMAT) newsletter which includes information about changes to the OCC,...
Jun16WedJune 16, 2021
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Ottawa Pastoral Care Training Program
An Interdenominational Program affiliated with the Christian Council of the Capital Area
Continuing Education Event
This course is designed for and limited to those who...
Apr14WedApril 14, 2021
Feb4ThuFebruary 4, 2021
It is a story of hope and resilience framed by her current battle with stage four neuroendocrine cancer and is interwoven with flashbacks to several earlier hospitalizations beginning in her childhood and youth. This personal account is an honest companion for those walking similar journeys of anguish. It documents a mother's accompaniment with a child who repeatedly faces her mortality and indirectly invites the reader to endure marathons of distress by resting in the deep love of God who is ever present.