The United Church of Canada donates to support Syrian refugees and continues to monitor the situation in Syria.
The United Church of Canada has responded to severe flooding, devastation, and loss of life caused by Tropical Storm Trami in the Philippines.
The Comprehensive Review Task Group provides an update on its July 30-31, 2013, meeting.
This week marks the 25th anniversary of The United Church of Canada’s landmark decision in 1988 declaring that sexual orientation should not be a barrier to becoming a United Church minister.
The United Church of Canada expresses deep sorrow for all those killed and injured in the escalating violence in Egypt, and most recently in the bombing in Beirut.
Report on the first programs funded by the UCW at the Morogoro Women's Training Centre in Tanzania.
General Council Office staff contacted the Synode Montréal et Ottawa to express concern and offer support in the aftermath of the Lac-Mégantic tragedy.
Registration is open for the Canadian Churches’ Forum’s Deepening Understanding for Intercultural Ministry program.
Coverage of experiments in Aboriginal communities and residential schools, including the Alberni school, is a tragic reminder of paternalistic and racist attitudes.
As of July 29, more than $110,000 in donations has been received at the United Church’s General Council Office for Alberta flood relief and recovery.
A prayer for the community of Lac-Mégantic, Quebec and all those affected by the train derailment and explosion on July 6, 2013.
The Comprehensive Review Task Group provides an update on its June 25-26, 2013, meeting.
The Rev. Susan Lukey and the Rev. David Robertson of High River United Church share these thoughts about caring for our children at this difficult time.
Affirm United’s 2013 Conference and AGM will be held in North Bay, Ontario, August 2 to 5.
United Church people across Canada are coming to the aid of the people affected by the flooding in southern Alberta.
2013 McGeachy Scholars are named.
At least 175,000 people in Alberta have now been ordered to evacuate their homes following historically massive flooding throughout the province.
Canadian investors, including The United Church of Canada, sign statement on Bangladesh.
Six 2013 McLeod Scholarship recipients are named.
United Church says a National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Aboriginal women and girls is needed.
The United Church of Canada announced today that it has moved into an even closer partnership with Augsburg Fortress Canada (AFC) for the distribution of United Church resources.
The General Council Office will be closed on June 21, 2013, for National Aboriginal Day.
An update on The United Church of Canada shareholder proposal on vertical and horizontal pay comparisons, and the Responsible Property Services Code.
The Comprehensive Review Task Group has asked delegates to Conference annual meetings for their participation, energy, and hope.
Dr. Johanna Selles is named as the 2013 recipient of the United Church’s Davidson Trust Award.
Copyright © 2014
The United Church of Canada
L'Église Unie du Canada
Some rights reserved