Formally founded in 1904 and chartered in 1906, the Canadian Bible Society is a member of the United Bibles Societies, a fellowship of 145 national Bible societies around the world. The societies work in partnership with churches and other Bible agencies to facilitate and support translation and Scripture distribution work around the globe.
As a national religious charitable organization, the purposes of the Canadian Bible Society are to translate without doctrinal note, publish, and distribute the Christian Scriptures, and to promote and encourage the use of the Bible, throughout Canada and worldwide in cooperation with members of the United Bible Societies and other organizations.
CBS' leadership includes the operational Lead Team, the Canadian Ministry Team, Major Gift Officers, and the Board of Directors.
CBS has regions offices all across the country to resource individuals and churches through speaking engagements and other Scripture resources.
CBS receives some Frequently Asked Questions. We answer them here.
When there are any current job openings with the Canadian Bible Society, they will be listed here.