Moderator Jordan Cantwell, along with 25 other Canadian faith leaders, has endorsed the Canadian Council of Churches’ statement "On Promoting Climate Justice and Ending Poverty in Canada."
On October 17, 2015, there will be a Full Communion Celebration with the United Church of Christ in Niagara Falls, Ontario. Please join us in person or online.
Our new World Food Sunday worship service includes a liturgical exercise that invites congregations to make collaborative “seed mandalas.”
The Moderator is urging your participation in a church-wide appeal for Syrian refugees.
Moderator Jordan Cantwell calls on United Church people to respond to the needs of millions of Syrians seeking refuge and assistance.
The new Called to Be the Church congregational giving program is ready to use and being mailed to every congregation.
The United Church of Canada appeals for Canada to respond more quickly and generously to the urgent needs of Syrians and other refugees in the wake of recent tragic refugee deaths.
The United Church is asking you support the people of the Cremisan Valley, Palestine, in their right to keep their olive groves and pursue their livelihoods.
Registration is open for the Canadian Churches’ Forum's Deepening Understanding for Intercultural Ministry in Saskatoon, January 25-29, 2016.
United Church people and communities of faith are invited to find ways to participate in climate justice activities.
The Canadian Foodgrains Bank announced the Scaling-Up of Conservation Agriculture in East Africa Program to increase its work in conservation agriculture in East Africa over the next five years.
Due to international public pressure, Rabbis for Human Rights believes the demolition of Susiya has been postponed for at least two weeks. Please continue to press elected representatives for action.
The United Church of Canada will hold its 42nd General Council in Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador, August 8-14, 2015.
In June 2015, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission released 94 Calls to Action, a number of which were directed to the churches.
A word of gratitude for ministry leadership in The United Church of Canada.
The United Church of Canada offers a prayer for all those who are affected by the severe wildfire situation in Western Canada.
The United Church is asking you to continue supporting the people of Susiya, Palestine in their right to remain on their land.
Moderator Gary Paterson is urging all United Church members to join him in praying for the families of the nine victims and the congregation of Emanuel, part of our family through our shared Methodist roots.
The United Church participated in a conference recommending ways churches can work together on the challenges faced by the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) in the context of upcoming elections.
The United Church is asking you to support the right of the people of Khirbet Susiya, Palestine, to remain on their land. Their entire village faces the threat of demolition.
The United Church has endorsed a statement titled Call of Civil Society Organizations to Their Governments on the New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition in Africa.
“We know our apologies are not enough,” said The United Church of Canada in a joint statement made this week in response to the report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
On Wednesday, June 10, United Church congregations have been invited to ring their church bells 90 times to mark the 90th anniversary of the formation of The United Church of Canada.
The United Church of Canada and its pension plan have signed on to a global investor letter on climate change that says, “The benefits of addressing climate change outweigh the costs.”
The CCJC sends a letter of concern to PM about Bill C-53, the Life Means Life Act.
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