Welcome the Stranger: A Canadian Church Guide to Welcoming Refugees is a free downloadable booklet that helps private sponsors welcome and settle individuals and families into a new life in Canada. Published October 2020.
Check out this new video-based resource on biblical hospitality for church leaders and networking opportunities for ministries and congregations serving newcomers to Canada
Learn more about a collaborative study on how evangelical parents understand their roles as disciple makers of their children. What helps or hinders? How best can churches and ministries support them?
Contribute to our nation's future using our revised pdf download (March 2022) on: • Why get involved with social issues? And how? • Tips on contacting your MP • How a bill becomes law, and what you can do
Canada's laws on assisted dying are under review and expansion is likely. Get our action kit
The board of directors of The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada is delighted to announce yesterday’s commencement of Dr. David Guretzki of...
"Three gentle spiritual resolutions for a new year" by Darryl Dash. Posted by Canada’s Christian magazine Jan 1.
The EFC is now accepting applications for a full-time research assistant to join its Centre for Research on Church and Faith.
Change references to "child pornography" in the Criminal Code to the more accurate term "child sexual abuse material." Learn more and take action.
The government aims to “make anti-abortion organizations ... ineligible for charitable status.” Learn more and take action.
Bill S-210 proposes to set up crucial protection for minors from the harms of exposure to online pornography.
Bill C-230 would have made it a criminal offence to coerce someone to participate in medical assistance in dying.
Allowing a lesser penalty for a human trafficking offence would send the wrong message.
A comment on the Advisory Report that recommends exclusion in the name of diversity for Canada’s military chaplaincy.
Join Ignite Prayer Summits in One of Four Canadian Cities****MAiD for Mental Illness Delayed Until Next Year
It helped to express concerns about MAID to MPs. Ignite prayer gatherings. Small church research released. Meet the new president. More.
This Declare and Resolve Statement has since been signed by more than 50 evangelical leaders.
There is more to the thousands of small churches in Canadian neighbourhoods than many people realize. A new study digs into the realities of these...
Finding Common Ground in a Time of Polarization will be held May 7-9, 2023, in Waterloo, Ont., and parts will also be available online
The EFC is encouraging Canadians to contact MPs over the planned expansion of medical assistance in dying.
EFC letter Nov. 23 asks for clarification, expresses deep concern about possible changes to charitable status of pro-life and other charities.
Life Together: Disability and Belonging in the Church is a new online and print resource available free from The Evangelical Fellowship of...
The unity of the body of Christ is a passion for the EFC's new president and CEO David Guretzki. He explains in this short video.
Who is David Guretzki, the new president and CEO of The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada? In this episode we chat about the EFC’s role in the Christian community across Canada and Guretzki's hopes for the future (and also about his astrophotography hobby and his cat Scrunchy).
Tim brings the hard-earned wisdom and insights of the bereaved that can help us make sense of what can feel impossible to understand. From his experience, we can also learn how to best help those who are experiencing grief.
Calgary theatre director Val Lieske (Fire Exit Theatre, Ambrose University) talks with us about the importance of training Christian actors and storytellers.
Can the life of an angry prisoner really be transformed into a witness of God’s reconciling mission? Johannes Reimer, Director of the World Evangelical Alliance’s Public Engagement Department, reveals how his life from unlikely beginnings became precisely that.
“I am thankful for The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada and for their outstanding resources. Many of their booklets and resources on Canadian issues have been well read in our office. The EFC is our own private guardian. They stand up with us and for us when we can not do it by ourselves. We are blessed to have them acting and interceding on our behalf. Their helpful team of experts is always just a phone call or email away.”
"Affiliation with the EFC is an important part of our ministry posture in the Christian Reformed Church. It demonstrates to the local churches of our faith stream that the cause of Christ is a mission we share together with other traditions nearby to us. It is also a demonstration to the world of the uniting power of God's love for those who are called to express that love in places ranging from church basements to the towers of Parliament."
"We have deeply appreciated the benefits of our affiliation with the EFC. We have enjoyed EFC resource staff who have spoken to faculty, staff and students on our campus, and have served as advisors via email and phone on other occasions. I have personally enjoyed the connections made with other ministry leaders through the EFC's annual Presidents' Day gatherings. I also deeply appreciate the role that the EFC has had in giving birth to what is now known as Christian Higher Education Canada - an association which has been an excellent source of fellowship and encouragement for our university. The vision and insights provided by the EFC have been a wonderful gift to the Canadian church!"
"The EFC proves to be an important Kingdom partner. They help us to champion an evangelical engagement relevant to the Canadian context. As our country becomes more and more secular, a vital evangelical voice that is loud and clear is much needed. The theological resource and pastoral guidelines are very helpful, and they always come out in a timely manner." (tccc.ca)