Canada’s new Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) comes into effect July 1, 2014. All organizations (including all courts and groups within churches), businesses, and individuals are bound by it.
The United Church of Canada is pleased to welcome people from all around the world who are currently in Toronto attending World Pride, a weeklong festival dedicated to celebration, education, and community building.
The Joint Ministry Working Group invites responses to “One Order of Ministry” for The United Church of Canada.
The Unsettling Goods campaign has won an APEX award for Publication Excellence in the Education and Training–Campaigns, Programs and Plans category.
To mark The United Church of Canada’s 89th anniversary, we asked you to help us identify 89 reasons why people love the United Church.
We’ve extended the deadline to June 13! You can still enter the United Church’s video contest for youth and young adults.
To mark The United Church of Canada's 89th anniversary, we are inviting people to contribute one reason why they love the United Church.
The United Church is supporting a growing movement of people showing their strength of commitment by fasting once a month to call for world leaders to do more to solve the climate crisis.
The United Church of Canada is sounding an alarm about the growing humanitarian crisis in South Sudan.
The Comprehensive Review Task Group invites Conferences to consider how finance, social justice, standards for communities of faith, and regional priorities could work in a renewed structure.
Alarmed at the growing humanitarian crisis in South Sudan, the United Church is responding by issuing a church-wide appeal for donations.
Highlights of the latest meeting of the Executive of the General Council are now available.
The Rev. Christopher Ferguson has been elected as the next General Secretary of the World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC).
Up-to-date information on developments in the United Church’s May 2014 appeal for donations to support the humanitarian crisis in South Sudan.
The United Church's Moderator delivers a message he hopes will be heard by the LGBTQ community.
In an open letter issued today by The United Church of Canada, the church’s Moderator delivers a message he hopes will be heard by the LGBTQ community.
The United Church of Canada is appalled and devastated to learn that Boko Haram has kidnapped of over 230 young girls from their boarding school in Nigeria.
The United Church of Canada issued a statement on May 9, 2014, to mark the National Day of Honour for the men and women who served in Canada’s military mission in Afghanistan.
The United Church is encouraging United Church people and all Canadians to observe the International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia on May 17.
The United Church is launching a video contest for youth and young adults in connection with Canadian Multiculturalism Day on June 27.
In response to the deepening humanitarian crisis in South Sudan, the United Church adds its prayers, concern, and solidarity.
Join the United Church and the Canadian Health Coalition in calling on the federal government to develop a new Health Accord.
Kairos Palestine, a United Church partner, prepared an Easter Alert to bring awareness about the deteriorating situation – not only during Easter time – in Jerusalem.
The United Church is concerned that Bill C-18 (the Agricultural Growth Act) will continue to concentrate power over food—in particular seeds—in ever fewer hands.
In keeping with the spirit of the season, the United Church website features a number of Lent/Easter–related postings.
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