About Us

Our History

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.

Our Mission Statement

ChristianWeek is uniquely positioned as Canada's only national interdenominational news publication. Our goal is to provide practical, balanced, hope-filled perspective on national and global issues. We help Canadian Christians understand the broader issues facing their country and world, and the hands on ways in which they can get involved and make a difference. We provide grass roots ministries and initiatives a platform to share their work with a broader audience, and build bridges of understanding between diverse Christian audiences, helping them find areas of commonality.

We aim to inform, encourage and inspire Christian community.

Our Editor

Timothy Tysoe joined ChristianWeek in 2021 as the lead General Editor. Timothy has a post-secondary background in history and writing, as well as years of Christian apologetics. He has also spent his career in the blue-collar trades as a carpenter, so he knows how to convey the truth plainly and decisively.

Our Promise


Great stories

ChristianWeek takes a deep look at stories affecting faith and life in Canada. This includes examining issues in the mainstream media from a vital and vibrant faith perspective, as well as profiling individuals, groups and organizations whose voices often go unheard as they endeavouring to share Christ’s love in a variety of ways.

Clear convictions

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 publication, ChristianWeek reports fairly and accurately on Christian institutions, issues and events.

Engaging columns

The things that shape people’s lives are worthy of comment. This includes politics, theology, technology, money matters, and entertainment, to name a few.