Prairie to Pine Regional Council

We acknowledge with gratitude the traditional territories of our Indigenous and Metis neighbours and their hospitality. We offer our respect and commitment to living into right relationship with all our relations.
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Former Agassiz Presbytery Cluster

Former Agassiz Presbytery Cluster

At the last P2P Conference in Winnipeg, Rev Brenda Gibson, myself and Grace Olson, a Lay Rep from Glenboro decided it would be nice for all of the people involved in the Agassiz Presbytery in our area to keep in touch. As Crystal City was in the centre of most for...

Mission and Service

Mission and Service

We usually have a PowerPoint presentation on Mission and Service during our Annual Meeting. For this year, we want to share with you a presentation from Jane Harding, Stewardship & Gifts Officer, serving Pacific Mountain, Chinook Winds, Northern Spirit, Prairie to...

Reminder on COVID and health regulations

Reminder on COVID and health regulations

The Capital Region of the province of Manitoba ( Winnipeg and several communities in the surrounding area moved back to the ORANGE stage effective Monday September 28, 2020 for at least four weeks or two incubation cycles. There have been questions sent to staff about...

Reminder: be careful with photo copyright!

Reminder: be careful with photo copyright!

...Here are some tips Photos are vital to our websites, social media, worship PowerPoints and much more. They add much to our online ministry and in-person PowerPoints. And they’re sometimes a little too easy to take and share. So please be aware, and follow good...

Background on Remit 1 and voting on it

Background on Remit 1 and voting on it

Remit 1 proposes a simple but very important gender-inclusive change to the language describing who is eligible to be a minister. Please find here a short resource to help voting delegates and the wider church understand how the Remit works; what the proposed change...

National action: Create a universal basic income program

Poverty is a reality for too many Canadians, and can happen very quickly to anyone- as COVID has reminded us. A universal basic income would help address the persistent inequities within our country. Some pandemic-related relief programs (such as CERB) are scheduled...

Prairie to Pine 2020 Annual Meeting

We will gather ELECTRONICALLY:

September 30 & October 7, 2020 (evenings only)

The 2020 Regional Meeting Workbook Volume 1 and Pastoral Relations Commission Report are now available.

Please click here for more information

Remit 1