The United Church and its pension plan have signed on to a letter calling on the Canadian government to set a clear, reliable, and effective price for carbon emissions.
The International Civil Liberties Monitoring Group has endorsed an open letter to Stephen Harper urging the federal government to withdraw Bill C-51.
The leaders of the member denominations of the Canadian Council of Churches have written a letter to the prime minister about Canada’s involvement in the military response to ISIS in Iraq and Syria.
The Canadian Council of Churches and Citizens for Public Justice are coordinating a series of faithful gatherings of concerned Christians in cities across Canada.
United Church congregations are being invited to ring their church bells 90 times at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, June 10, 2015, to mark the 90th anniversary of The United Church of Canada.
In keeping with the spirit of the season, the United Church website features a number of Lent/Easter–related postings.
The women of Morogoro Women's Training Centre in Tanzania wind up a three-year maternal health workers training program that was made possible by the UCW’s 50th anniversary project.
Moderator Gary Paterson’s Easter 2015 video message.
Together, the people of The United Church of Canada raised $26,604,710 for Mission and Service in 2014.
The United Church is inviting its members to participate a variety of climate justice activities in the lead up to Earth Day 2015.
A summary of the actions and decisions of the Executive of the General Council, which met March 21-23, 2015.
The United Church of Canada now has a French-language website.
The United Church is asking its members to participate in the National Day of Action for a New Health Accord on March 31, 2015.
Cyclone Pam has devastated areas of the Pacific island country of Vanuatu. In response to the appeals for help, the United Church is planning to make a donation from its Emergency Response Fund.
To date, three individuals have been nominated to stand for election as the next United Church Moderator.
The Comprehensive Review Task Group shares its final report and recommendations.
Moderator Gary Patterson writes to Bishop Anba Mina of the Coptic Orthodox Church to express the United Church’s solidarity and support.
A Peoples’ Gathering in Ottawa on February 27 will focus on the issue of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.
The United Church of Canada continues to support Syrian refugees and monitor the situation in Syria.
This International Women’s Day, which is celebrated on March 8, United Church congregations are encouraged to learn and pray about the situation of women in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
Together we have given over $1 million to our Mission and Service partners through Gifts with Vision!
The Comprehensive Review Task Group provides an update on its January 28-29, 2015, meeting.
Moderator Gary Paterson invites you to join the Longing for Home Lenten group on Facebook beginning Monday, February 16, 2015.
The Canadian Churches’ Forum offers a six-day ecumenical program in intercultural ministry: Deepening Understanding for Intercultural Ministry.
New resources from the Unsettling Goods campaign are designed to be conversation starters for communities of faith about just peace in Palestine and Israel.
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