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Promote PWRDF

Book a speaker, learn about our Creation Care: Climate Action resources or hold an event

LOGOS: Click on either of the logos above to open the JPEG, then save the image to your computer to use in your print materials or digital programs.

PHOTOS: High resolution images from some of our programs are available on our Flickr site. Don’t see what you need? Contact Communications Coordinator Janice Biehn.


Promote PWRDF in your Parish or community

There are brochures, bookmarks, educational resources, donor envelopes, booklets and presentations available free of charge. View Full Listing and Order.

Request a speaker

You can request a speaker to come to your church, either for a Sunday morning service or other special event where you want to spread the word. While churches are worshipping online, we are able to provide a pre-recorded sermon or join your Zoom service. View our Executive Director Will Postma’s short video below to learn more, and contact our Public Engagement Program Office Christine Hills to book your speaker.


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EDUCATION FOCUS – Creation Care: Climate Action

The three-year Education Focus aims to bring Creation care: Climate action issues to as broad an audience as possible. Dive into the Education Focus Modules and learn more about how PWRDF partners are taking climate action by clicking here.

The learning modules are being designed in response to input we received from a small consultative group. We will encourage the use of these particular resource at the local and regional levels and we can provide support, as needed, to those who wish to hold sessions.

  • 2021 theme – climate action and food security
  • 2022 theme – climate action and women
  • 2023 theme – climate action and health

Each year’s focus will include a series of learning modules written by staff and others, that can be completed in about 60 to 90 minutes, either as an individual or as a group. The learning modules will be available on our website.

To access YEAR ONE learning module click here.


Pray with us

Join our bi-weekly Praying with PWRDF worship on Zoom (every second Thursday at 1 p.m. ET) and hear reflections from partners, volunteers and clergy. Click here to subscribe to our mailing list to receive the bi-weekly Zoom link.

Or go to Worship and devotional resources to see all our other materials for individual or group worship.

Webinars

PWRDF hosts webinars on Zoom to deepen the connections with our partners and programs.

Share our stories

Monthly Voices of Hope bulletin inserts bring stories of our programs to life for your parishioners. They can be shared as a printed insert, added to an e-blast or read as an announcment.

Organize a PWRDF Sunday with our worship resources

Our worship resource Covenant for Climate Justice focuses on creation care. Use it in whole or in part in your live or virtual services. In honour of our 60th anniversary we created a worship resource, Partners Together on a Journey.

Keep up to date

Subscribe to our newsletter, follow us on Twitter, or like us on Facebook. Be sure to use our Twitter handle @PWRDF when tweeting about your event, or tag @pwrdfcan when sharing news about your event on Facebook.

Host a Fundraiser

From coast to coast to coast, Canadian church communities host bake sales, bike rides, hymn sings, educational events and more, all to raise awareness and funds about the good work of PWRDF.

Host a Mapping the Ground We Stand On exercise

This reconciliation for education resource invites participants to walk on to the northern part of Turtle Island (Canada) and discover the Indigenous Peoples that have been here for thousands of years. COMING IN JUNE 2021 – A VIRTUAL MAPPING EXERCISE.

Join the Ride for Refuge

Every year, PWRDF supporters ride bikes or walk in support of a different PWRDF project with the national Ride for Refuge. Sign up a team, join a team or support a participant here!

Be part of the PWRDF Speakers’ Bureau

Have you worked with PWRDF in the past and feel you would be good at sharing our work with your community? If so, you could be part of our Speakers’ Bureau. Please contact Christine Hills for more information.