In 1987 ChristianWeek founder Harold Jantz launched a small newspaper with a big vision—nothing less than opening a window on Christian faith and life in Canada. Against the odds, it succeeded, and ChristianWeek has been publishing the stories of God and his people in Canada ever since.
Fostering connections between Christians throughout one of the largest countries in the world has been a difficult, sometimes daunting challenge. But today a network of regional correspondents keeps readers in touch with issue and events near and far.
Here are just a few reasons why Canada’s national Christian newspaper continues to attract thousands of readers throughout the country.
ChristianWeek often carries articles that don’t get covered by mainstream media. It represents Christian news and views to influencers in society, reaching the desks of many political leaders and all major media outlets.
ChristianWeek continues to be recognized by the Canadian Church Press for excellence among national newspapers.
ChristianWeek stories and perspectives demonstrate a commitment to the essentials of basic Christianity.
Vision for unity
ChristianWeek involves Christians from many different denominations and provides a place for people from different branches of the family to share their stories.
News you can trust
As an independent newspaper, ChristianWeek reports fairly and accurately on Christian institutions, issues and events.
The things that shape people’s lives are worthy of comment. This includes politics, theology, technology, money matters, movie and book reviews, and much more.