We are not any Presbyterian Church; we are The Presbyterian Church in Canada.
What does PCCan stand for?
PCCan stands for Presbyterian Church in Canada
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See other definitions of PCCan
- Professional Compounding Centers of America, Inc. (pharmacists)
- Propionyl-CoA Carboxylase, Alpha Subunit
- Purkinje Cell Cytoplasmic Antibody (biology)
- Pima County Community Action Agency (Tuscon, AZ)
- Pulmonary and Critical Care Associates of Baltimore (Maryland)
- Panoramic Cockpit Control & Display System
- Primary and Community Care Audit Group (UK)
- Primary Care Clinical Audit Group (UK)
- Pharmacy Consortium for Computer-Aided Learning
- Phelps County Child Advocacy Network (Rolla, MO)
- Perth County Coalition Against Poverty (Canada)
- Personal Computer emulator Card
- Primary Care Current Awareness Service (UK)
- Pakistan Cricket Control Board
- Park City Chamber Bureau (Park City, UT)
- PEOC3S Configuration Control Board
- Petits Chanteurs à la Croix de Bois
- Pickering Community Concert Band
- Plant Change Control Board
- Pleasanton Community Concert Band (Pleasanton, CA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Church Union did not kill the Presbyterian Church in Canada, but it is now suffering a long painful demise as a result of deep and powerful historical forces.
PWRDF filed the application along with the United Church of Canada, the Mennonite Central Committee, the Presbyterian Church in Canada, the Christian Reformed Church and the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada.
Previously, students who graduated from Regent would be required to take 15 additional courses--which were usually spread over a year and a half--at one of Canada's three Presbyterian colleges before they could be accepted as ministers in the Presbyterian Church in Canada.
WE ARE A delegation of 11--four from the Anglican Church of Canada, four from the Presbyterian Church in Canada and three from the United Church of Canada--visiting Shanghai, Nanjing, Kunming and Beijing at the invitation of the China Christian Council.
Andrew Johnston of the Presbyterian Church in Canada.
s National Council of the Churches of Christ, the World Alliance of Reformed Churches, the Presbyterian Church in Canada and several other national church websites.
Richard Fee, moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Canada, said that it was the churches' understanding that they could submit more files to Ms.