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The rights of medical professionals to abstain from assisted death and other procedures that go against conscience needs protection.
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.
Weekly prayer prompts, practical resources for responding to the pandemic, webinars, articles, podcasts and more
Download Renegotiating Faith, a major 2018 research report on the special faith challenges in the transition to young adulthood today. In 2019 a second report was released specific to the Christian postsecondary education sector.
The Canadian Evangelical Family Faith Formation Study (CEFFFS) will investigate how Canadian evangelical parents and guardians understand their...
"A flood of relief from churches – responses to B.C. floods." Posted by Canada’s Christian magazine Nov.19.
Canadian charities affiliated with the EFC are raising funds to help respond to disasters around the world. Learn more.
A report from ShareWord Global/The Gideons International in Canada, an EFC affiliate organization.
Reprinted with permission from The Canadian...
L’AÉC a demandé qu’une enquête criminelle soit lancée contre la compagnie montréalaise MindGeek, écrit Stéphane Couture.
Bill C-4 is a new bill to ban conversion therapy. A motion to pass Bill C-4 without study or amendment was passed unanimously in the House...
Engaging with government officials, businesses and community leaders is part of our Christian witness.
The Parliamentary Ethics Committee report makes many strong, positive recommendations.
New Bill to Ban Conversion Therapy****EFC Vice-President Contributes to New Book
Collaborating for the good of the Church and Canada; New EFC podcast series serves the Church and the academy; Join us in prayer. More
Latest audio: "Habits that can help us grow" with Darryl Dash (Nov. 8, 2021)
Highlights from our events calendar (add your event for free!), our new weekly prayer prompt, magazines, annual report videos, weekly e-newsletter...
As we lament the discovery of unmarked graves at former residential school sites, many of us have committed to learn and to listen. The resources...
In our secular society the Church’s pastoral role is still seen and valued, says EFC President Bruce Clemenger. “Pastoral forms of...
Sept. 2021 submission how to address harmful content such as child sexual abuse images online.
Our experiment revealed some interesting insights and introduced the EFC to a wider audience. Some were happy to meet us, others not so much.
What does it look like for a congregation to flourish? Hear from sociologist Joel Thiessen of Ambrose University, co-author of the book Signs of Life: Catholic, Mainline, and Conservative Protestant Congregations in Canada (Tyndale Academic, 2021). He discusses 11 categories of possible flourishing in a congregation.
“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)