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Presbyterians Standing for Apostolic Love and Truth

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PSALT — Presbyterians Standing for Apostolic Love and Truth — is a national movement engaged in building Canadian Presbyterians to be thoroughly Biblical in their Reformed expressions of Christian discipleship and witness.

Pray for GA 2022 – Week 2

Monday, May 16, to Sunday, May 22. Let us begin with timeless, ancient prayer: Jesus, my feet are dirty. Come even as a slave to me, pour water into your bowl, come and wash my feet. In asking such a thing I know I am overbold, but I dread what was threatened when you said … Read more

Pray For GA 2022 – Week 1

Monday, May 9 - Sunday, May 15. As friends, members, adherents, elders, and ministers in The Presbyterian Church in Canada, we are fervently praying for the 147th General Assembly, to be held online June 5-8, 2022. We are praying in advance for the commissioners, the moderator, the clerks, the General Assembly office, and all of … Read more

Called Together – a Time of Encouragement

More than 60 people took part in “Called Together – a Time of Encouragement” on January 29, 2022, for evangelical/orthodox/traditional believers within The Presbyterian Church in Canada who remain called to the places where they currently worship and serve. Speaker Rev. Dr. Kevin Livingston challenged those in orthodoxy to remain as a “faithful presence” as … Read more

GA 2021 Prayer Initiative – Week 4

  Monday, May 31 - Sunday, June 6 This is the last of four weekly prayer guides as we pray fervently for the 146th General Assembly to be held online June 6-9, 2021. We are praying in advance for the commissioners, the moderator, the clerks, the General Assembly office, and all of those who have … Read more

GA 2021 Prayer Initiative – Week 3

  Monday, May 24 - Sunday, May 30 This is the third of four weekly prayer guides as we pray fervently for the 146th General Assembly to be held online June 6-9, 2021. We are praying in advance for the commissioners, the moderator, the clerks, the General Assembly office, and all of those who have … Read more

PCC Covenant Virtual Townhall Meeting

As the upcoming General Assembly approaches, there are many questions about how this will happen online and what implications it will have for the significant issues facing the PCC. At the upcoming monthly virtual townhall meeting, we’ll be doing our best to answer questions and identify areas that need to be prayed about, followed by a time of teaching and an opportunity to pray for each other for the empowerment of the Holy Spirit. There will be updates on what the various pathway groups are doing leading up to the GA. We hope that you are able to join us. There are two dates to choose from: Saturday, May 29, at noon Eastern and Monday, May 31, at 7 p.m. Eastern. Register at pcc-covenant.ca/register/. Zoom links will be sent after registration. Full details about the covenant can be found ... Read more

Eastern and Western Han-Ca Petitions re: Racism and Marginalization

Editor's Note: These Han-Ca petitions have been supported by a letter from the Chinese Consultation, composed of six congregations – Vancouver, Montreal, Toronto, Markham, Mississauga, and Celebration Chinese Presbyterian Churches, and by a letter from Chapel Place, an Arabic-speaking congregation. To the Venerable 146th General Assembly of The Presbyterian Church in Canada, The Presbytery of … Read more

Letter to Assembly Council re: Gracious Dismissal

Following the Assembly Council's refusal to receive the report of its own Gracious Dismissal Committee, several members of Psalt drafted the following letter to the Assembly Council, which was signed by 303 people. It was received for information, but unfortunately, no discussion or action was taken on it. Stephen Kendall sent the following reply after … Read more

Redirecting Denominational Contributions

We Presbyterians are known for saying "Scripture is the only Rule for Faith and Life" and for quoting the opening line from the Book of Forms Section 4: "To take away all occasion of tyranny," our Lord wills that office-bearers in his Church "should rule with mutual consent of brethren, and equality of power, every … Read more

We need your help!

In an attempt to be inclusive, Remits B and C, sent down through the Barrier Act in 2019, tried to straddle the theological divide between liberal and conservative Christians, but the result is not only untenable (since any court of reason or law will reject the notion that something can be both light and dark), … Read more

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