Help is here. The MORE Network
provides group support,
education and resources for
Praying for MKs during a Crisis
Join us in Prayer online or download a .pdf file of the MORE Network Praise & Prayer brochure (Updated September 2020).
Statistics Canada collects and disseminates thousands of pieces of information about the population within your community.
Outreach Canada's Community Profile is an in-depth, customized view of a community's demographic information.
This material is invaluable for ministry planners who want to effectively impact the people living in the neighbourhood around their church.
If you and your church are evaluating current ministries, looking ahead to potenital new ministries, wanting to develop a new evangelism strategy, or thinking about planting a church, this resource will help your church understand its community and help formulate effective action plans.
Our goal is to continuously improve our information base as additional data is released by Statistics Canada. We transfer their data to attractive information sheets, charts and graphs from which anyone can easily glean significant ministry-shaping information.
Community Profile for an established church - $275 plus shipping. (based on most recent Canadian census data*)
Formats available: PDF and hard copy.
PDF order form and Sample Community Profiles can be downloaded by clicking the links below.
*The 2016 Canadian Census is the most recent census data in Canada.
What does the church look like when no one is attending? Do we identify the church by the location, facility, staff, programs, and services? If our understanding of the church is tied to these things, then the church may be facing a major crisis right now.
When we take public gatherings and large worship services out of the equation, we still have the people of God, scattered in society where they can be the church.
Pastoring isn't easy! And that was before COVID.
Pastor Trevor Berry speaks from his own experience to share 4 words that he believes every pastor needs to hear.
How to present the gospel to the Québécois without unnecessary religious trappings that can hide the beauty and the winsomeness of the love of God revealed in Christ.
Our communities are hurting. And let's be honest, we as leaders are too. This article includes 3 Resources for World Mental Health Day & information about the upcoming Church Mental Health Summit.
We think— sometimes naively—that it would be a better world without darkness. On one hand, God does not have anything to do with darkness, but, of course, light is the contrast to the dark.
As we grow, we develop a relationship with the physical darkness around us and become aware of spiritual darkness. We often wonder if any of God’s light can touch us there.