June 10, 2022
We are sad to announce that Rev. John Horvath passed away on June 1. Rev Horvath was a clergy member with CSMC since 2006. Read more.
A Place With Friends Who Understand
June 10, 2022
Rev. Elizabeth Peeters writes about the Brain Injury Association of Peterborough Region. They were awarded a micro-grant based on Rev. Peeters application. Read more.
May 20, 2022
Rev Michelle Meghie writes about the Sistering, the organization in Toronto that benefitted from her successful micro-grant application. Read more.
We Rise Again
April 14, 2022
Rev Janice Meighan offers an Easter message that encourages us to to be the eyes of love, compassion, and kindness for another (and ourselves) who won’t turn away. Read more.
Lifelong Learning Benefits Clergy
April 4, 2022
Rev. Patrick Tracy of Vancouver talks about his crisis ministry and highlights how continuous learning develops his skills. Read more.
Clergy Talks Videos Now Online
March 18, 2022
You can now view the Clergy Talks session videos through the Canadian Ministers Institute. Read more.
A Lenten Journey
March 15, 2022
Rev. Janice Meighan offers up some thoughts on Lent and how you can take part in this spiritual journey of preparation. Read more.
Women Helping Women
March 10, 2022
Rev Judy Wagdin writes about Lanark County Interval House, the beneficiary of her Micro Grant application. Read more.
Call to Prayer and Action
Mar 2, 2022
A special message from Rev Ed Montano regarding the war in Ukraine. Read more.
Feb 15, 2022
Take a look to see what projects received Micro-Grant funds this year. Read more.
CSMC Launches “Clergy Talks” Sessions
Jan 14, 2022
Find out about this new monthly programming opportunity for clergy. Read more.
Christmas 2021: Do Not Be Afraid
Dec 24, 2021
Rev Ed Montano writes a Christmas message that has a focus on facing fear with the strength of the angels’ message. Read more.
Dec 23, 2021
Spiritual director Rev Carolyn Hamilton-Kuby shares a recent poem she wrote to inspire hope during these challenging times. Read more.
Ministering During a Pandemic
Dec 22, 2021
Rev Peter Sheridan of Calgary takes us inside his addictions and prison ministry throughout the past year. Read more.
Daring to Hope: Advent 2021
Dec 3, 2021
Making the best use of this Advent season. Read more
2022 Micro-Grant Program Now Open
Nov 5, 2021
We are now accepting applications for our 2022 micro-grant program. Read more
Singing about A New Song
Oct 27, 2021
Rev Lisa Bynoe-Stevens shares some insight about her newly released children’s book. Read more
New Reflection: Sharing Worship Through Healing
Sept 15, 2021
Rev. Karen MacPherson Clark shares how prayer, worship, and healing can create a powerful force for caregiving. Read more
Supporting Hamilton’s Interval House
Aug 5, 2021
Rev. Nick Scime spearheaded a project for Hamilton’s Interval House. Read more
New Reflection: The Many Colours of Grief
July 14, 2021
Rev Gail Malcolm discusses her work with those who are grieving, including a recent workshop in conjunction with the Home Hospice Association. Read more
Rev Publishes Volunteer Tourism Book
June 30, 2021
Rev Nancy Knapp of Barrie has published her first book based on her years of travel and volunteerism abroad. Read more
New Reflection: The Calling and the Cloth
May 13, 2021
Rev. Patrick Tracy of Vancouver talks about his work as a police chaplain and the overlap between policing and pastoring. Read more
New Reflection – Delivering Hope and Care to Those Experiencing Grief
April 23, 2021
Rev. Kathi Kelly shares her experiences of working with Seasons Centre for Grieving Children in Barrie, ON. What a great place! Read More
April 2, 2021
Rev Ed Montano reflects on the Easter message in a time of pandemic. Read More
New Reflection – Religion and Politics Should Mix
March 25, 2021
Rev. Mark Hartburg writes about getting politically active to ban “conversion therapies” (more broadly described as SOGIECE, Sexual Orientation-Gender Identity/Expression Change Efforts). Get inspired to take action! Read More
March 17, 2021
Rev Mike Mundell explains how he recognizes and celebrates kindness with his specially designed kindness cards. Read More
Feb 24, 2021
Rev Robert Chaffey discusses political activism combined with hands-on ministry, and the disappointment of government not supporting momentum in the community for change. Read More
Feb 18, 2021
This year presents us with a new temptation. Let’s focus on resisting it during Lent. Read more
Feb 17, 2021
We’re introducing a great organization that we regularly support and passing on their Ash Wednesday prayer. Generous Space Ministries works to dismantle religious-based harm, pursue intersectional justice, and celebrate LGBTQ2+ lives in both the church and our world. Read More
Feb 4, 2021
Thanks to all clergy who applied for a micro-grant in late 2020. We’re pleased to support a variety of excellent ministries and projects. Read more
Jan 22, 2021
We are sad to announce the passing of Rev. Belinda Mussett earlier this month. Read More
Online Memorial Service
Jan 9, 2021
Rev Carolyn Hamilton-Kuby came to us with the idea to record an online memorial service to offer comfort to those who are not able to gather in groups to celebrate departed loved ones at this time. Take a look at the result and share it around. Read More
Rev Giffen’s book
Jan 8, 2021
Rev David Giffen’s book, Redemptive Trauma: Confession of a Defrocked Priest, was recently published by Tellwell Talent. This memoir, embracing the hard truths of trauma and addiction, may help others heal or at least see a way forward. The book has spent time as the #1 bestseller in its category on Amazon. Read More
Rev Magor’s Memoir
December 14, 2020
Did you know CSMC’s own Rev Dianne Magor of BC is a published author? Her book A Serendipity Calls is an intimate, true love story and memoir about two young people who fell in love and were forced to face the challenges of living with a terminal illness, and the possibility of losing each other far too soon. Read More
November 27, 2020
Advent calls us to walk together; to bring comfort where there is suffering, to bring a ray of light where there is darkness, to join in the joyful hope of what is yet to come, not only the spiritual or physical future, but also hope for a renewed sense of communal living. Read More.
Micro-Grant Program Returns
November 10, 2020
Get some funding for your ministry or a project you support. All CSMC members may apply. Grant amounts are $250, $500, and $1,000. Deadline for submission is Dec 14. Read More.
12 Afternoons of Hope
September 16, 2020
Rev Lisa Bynoe Stevens has launched a podcast delving into the Bible and the hope that it offers … Read More.
Starting a New Ministry
Lisa Bynoe Stevens discusses the joys and challenges of starting her new women’s ministry, 12 Afternoons of Hope… Read More.
For most of us, we start this season of Easter by saying: “The Lord is risen!” to which we reply: “The Lord is risen, indeed, Alleluia!” this is a time of deep joy… Read More.
Lent is a time to look deeply inside of ourselves, recognize the parts of us that need some work and make an earnest effort to correct what needs correction… Read More.
Working for Peace
February 18th, 2020
Rev Adele Boy discusses acting out her faith in the service of peace and justice in the context of Palestine and Israel. Read More.
Spiritual Care in a Hospice Setting
January 15th, 2020
Learn more about Rev Amanda Jewell’s chaplaincy work at the newly opened Nipissing Serenity Hospice. Read More.
Giving Back at Christmas
December 20, 2019
When you love Christmas as much as Nicholas Scime, it’s an easy leap to turn a family party into a charity event. Nicholas and his wife Caroline hosted their third annual Christmas fundraiser… Read More.
December 1, 2019
As we travel through advent the light increases. We add another candle to the wreath and we add Hope, Peace, Joy and Love to our toolbox to face the coming year. We must… Read More.
August 16, 2019
Rev Joe McParland shares some insights about his ministry with Clergy Support in Windsor, Ontario. Read More.
Grants Awarded! / Subventions accordées!
May 16, 2019
July 18, 2019
Ministry through food! Rev Suzanne Pierson shares about the Food to Share program in Picton, ON. Read More
April 14, 2019
We must strive to be an Easter people. Hopeful in the face of despair.
Growing in a world of stagnation. Loving in a world that too often shows cruelty.
Giving second chances where none were given before.
This Holy Week, Clergy Support Memorial Church invites you to share the burden of the cross, whether it be your friend’s, your neighbours, your own, or that of someone you don’t even know, and focus on the light ahead.
LONDON – April 4, 2019
We are sad to announce the passing of Clergy Support’s Lori Siska in March of this year. Read More.