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E-ssentials e-newsletter offers all the "essential" news from The United Church of Canada, including updates on events, campaigns, take actions, new resources, and more from the General Council Office and beyond!
Keep up to date with EDGE! With notices of upcoming events and webinars, reflections on emerging and new ministries, tips and tools, and more for leaders and congregations.
Philanthropy E-news offers updates from the United Church's national Philanthropy Unit, and is e-mailed about once a month.
Each edition of United Action for Justice highlights issues related to justice, human rights, ecology, peace, global partnership, and ecumenical relations. Links to justice-related resources are provided for use during or outside of worship.
Keeps readers up to date on benefits, employment policies, and other initiatives of the Ministry and Employment Policies and Services (MEPS) Unit.
Faith in Action
Faith in Action highlights the work of United Church ministries that function outside of congregations.
The United Church of Canada pension newsletter from the Pension Board.
The newsletter of the Aboriginal Ministries Circle.
Living into Right Relations
These updates share news of Right Relations gatherings and events across the Canadian portion of Turtle Island.
Three times a year the Philanthropy newsletter highlights the activities of the United Church Foundation, the Mission and Service Fund, Congregational Stewardship, Legacy Giving, and more.
Residential Schools Update
Published quarterly by the Residential Schools Steering Committee, is part of the church's directed, prayerful effort to respond to the residential schools legacy.
Think! Say! Do!
Think! Say! Do! offers prayerful, practical tips and mini-workshop ideas for feeding the soul and enriching our stewardship approaches.
UCC Protect News is the quarterly newsletter of the General Insurance Program of The United Church of Canada, the only program that is approved and endorsed by the General Council Office.
What's Up at Church House?
This special information supplement to The Observer brings you news and updates on the ministry and work of your General Council and General Council Office.
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