Engaging with Social Issues
The EFC offers trusted research and analysis to help Evangelicals think through the issues of the day. The EFC encourages dialogue on the application of biblical principles through study guides, background and position papers, fact sheets, government submissions and factums. [MORE]
The EFC provides an operational platform for networks and partnerships from a variety of ministry sectors such as "Global Mission" and "Youth and Young Adult." Many now-independent networks were originally incubated at the EFC. [MORE]
Research for Canadian Evangelicals
Understanding Canadian church and faith trends helps us better explain who we are as Evangelicals, helps us understand our place in the broader culture, and helps us make better ministry decisions. The EFC works collaboratively to conduct and foster research that studies the changing contexts in churches and Canadian society. [MORE]
Producing Helpful Resources
Expert teams within the EFC have produced a variety of helpful resources that can help you improve your ministry or be a more fruitful Christian citizen. Most are free downloads, and those which need fees to recover costs are discounted for EFC affiliate groups. [MORE]
Supporting EFC Affiliates
Read some brief profiles of EFC Affiliates to learn about other ministries that God is using in various ways. If your congregation or ministry is not yet affiliated, consider the benefits of affiliation. [MORE]
The EFC includes affiliate groups in several categories:
- denominations and observer groups
- ministry organizations
- higher education institutions
- approx. 600 local church congregations.
The EFC is governed by a board of directors. Its ministry structure includes the EFC president, senior leadership and staff.
Some of its most visible institutional parts include: