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Church and Mission - Christian Church in Canadian City Christians everywhere are called to witness to God’s love in all aspects of their personal lives and in their involvement in the world around them. Christians in Canada come together to worship God, pray and learn from Scripture. Their participation in churches is vital to their spiritual well-being.

Many Christians, Evangelicals among them, agree that their mission goes beyond church walls to how they live their lives in family and community and how they engage with others in Canadian society and around the globe. How they engage in mission varies from one church community to another, but blessing others in the name of Jesus is a common goal for them all.
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Media releases

The EFC calls Church to prayer and fasting over COVID-19 pandemic

The EFC and the World Evangelical Alliance are inviting individual Canadians and church...

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Launch of Young Adult Transition Research Study

A major new Canadian study is now underway looking at Christian young adults&rsquo...

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Articles

Knowing God and ourselves under the authority of Scripture

EFC resident theologian David Guretzki reflects on fundamentalisms and the Word of God....

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Conscience in an age of choice

EFC President Bruce Clemenger reflects on acting with integrity in a morally diverse...

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Official statements

Blackbaud security incident and the EFC

The software company Blackbaud was the victim of a cyberattack in May. The incident...

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Statement on racism

We call upon churches to combat racism and its related attitudes and injustices.

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Podcasts

In Conversation with Author Jen Pollock Michel

Jen Pollock Michel, author and host of the Englewood Review of Books podcast, joins us...

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Secrets to Self Control from the Bible (and Drew Dyck)

​Drew Dyck's latest book Your Future Self Will Thank you: Secrets to Self-Control...

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Outgoing letters

Joint letter to Ontario government on COVID-19

The EFC joined with Christian Legal Fellowship and Canadian Council of Christian...

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In support of matching grants for charities

Matching grants amplify the work of charities, but don’t replace donors as the...

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Court cases

Aga v. Ethiopian Orthodox [2020]

Christians everywhere are called to witness to God’s love in all aspects of their personal lives and in their involvement in the world around them.

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Research

Canadian Evangelical Family Faith Formation Study

Christians everywhere are called to witness to God’s love in all aspects of their personal lives and in their involvement in the world around them.

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Canadian Evangelical Small Church Study

Christians everywhere are called to witness to God’s love in all aspects of their personal lives and in their involvement in the world around them.

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Videos

2020 EFC Impact Video

EFC leaders highlight our research, communications, partnership facilitation, public...

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Hope in crisis - Episode 6

This episode looks at how doesn’t ignore the fact that there is no food, but says...

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Government

Bill C-6 to Ban Conversion Therapy

The government bill to ban conversion therapy proposes an overly broad definition that needs to be amended. Use our sample letter to contact your MP.

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Brief on COVID-19 to the Finance Committee

The EFC submitted recommendations in May 2020 to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance regarding the government's response to the COVID-19 pandemic

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Dispatches from Brian

Hope in Crisis – Episode 6

When you’re smack in the middle of a seemingly hopeless situation, what do you do?

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Hope In Crisis – Episode 5

In this series, we have examined the role hope plays as we find ways to understand, to...

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Documents

An Insider’s Guide to Praying for the World

Book offers country-specific insights and calls us to a deeper understanding of the Christian church and witness.

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Being Christians in a Pluralistic Society

A seven-page discussion paper by the EFC's former Social Action Commission.

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