Churches are not just worship center, churches are part and parcel of our day to day life. It ranges from discovering your church vision, to mentoring the next generation. To building your church’s stewardship culture, CINOC has resources to help your church thrive.

This  COVID-19 pandemic has put the faith of many christian to test, as our faithfulness has been tried in difficult time. ranging from financial challenges, difficult HR decisions and leadership crisis, but we are people of hope. This crisis is an opportunity in disguise for church to continue to build disciples of Jesus that are engaged in mission.

But how do you do this when your ways of gathering and worship have been disrupted? How do you lead through high emotion, high stakes critical conversations? And how do you lead with pressing new financial realities?

@CINOC all these questions is address through collaborative effort


Know your church purpose

Who are we?
Knowing your purpose can help  your church flourish in her calling. Through flourish, churches are invited on a journey to discover more about their identity and calling in their locality.




Managing church resources can be complicated. CINOC is committed to assisting your church encourage generosity and facilitate giving. We encourage you to use these resources with your congregation as you manage God’s resources well.


Digital Giving for CINOC Churches

CINOC has partnered with, an online giving platform designed to help churches increase giving and engagement with tools built for ministries. As giving trends change, and fewer people give by cash or cheque, having online giving options can make a substantial difference for churches.

Living Munificently

What does it mean to live a munificent life? How can we encourage our fellow Canadian network of churches (CNOC) and ourselves to live more munificently? Beyond tithing our 10%, true generosity leads us to give our time, talent and treasure in the service of Jesus. We encourage you to use this new resource to help your congregation understand and practice generosity in your church.

CINOC Mental Health Working Group

A mental illness can be defined as a health condition that changes a person’s thinking, feelings, or behavior (or all three) and that causes the person distress and difficulty in functioning. While these illnesses of the brain can affect anyone, as people of faith, too often we have blamed people who suffer with mental illness for a lack of faith. Discussion around mental illness has been noticeably absent from most places of worship. We can easily pray for those experiencing a physical challenge, but those who are struggling with depression, anxiety or other mental illnesses remain invisible. So what can we do?