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.
This Valentine’s Day, show the people in your life how much you love them by supporting Mission and Service, the Heart and Soul of The United Church of Canada.
Communities of faith are invited to honour Black History Month. Here are some suggestions for worship, reflection, dialogue, and advocacy.
The United Church and Emmanuel College are inviting students registered in degree programs in United Church theological schools to attend General Council 42 as part of an academic course.
The Moderator has made a statement on the recent killings in Nigeria, urging the Nigerian government to ensure protection of its people and calling on all people to love our neighbours as ourselves.
The Theology and Inter-Church Inter-Faith Committee invites people across the United Church to explore our relationship with Hinduism in the Canadian context.
The Moderator has written letters expressing the church’s sorrow and outrage at the tragic events in France and our hope that Muslims and Christians can work together towards justice and peace.
As news of today’s shootings in Paris, France, continues to unfold, the United Church offers the following prayer as we hold all those affected in our thoughts and prayers.
The United Church is warning that an online service selling packages to become an ordained minister is not affiliated with The United Church of Canada.
Christmas greetings from the General Council Office and some links to Christmas-related material on the United Church website.
Funds raised by UCW 50th anniversary project funded over 600 women as trainees of maternal health care in Tanzania. Funds have also allowed the program to be extended to members of the Maasai community.
The world is reeling from the news in both Australia and Pakistan of the lives lost in terrifying acts of violence. The United Church offers prayers for those affected.
As we celebrate Advent, our attention and prayers are also with those recovering from Typhoon Hagupit in the Philippines.
What would you tell the church, over coffee, about your life with a disability? The Theologies of Disability Working Group invites your stories.
With recent news events, it’s time to recommit to the work of racial justice, equity, and peace for all peoples.
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