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Philanthropy E-news offers updates from the United Church's national Philanthropy Unit, and is e-mailed about once a month.
The United Action for Justice e-newsletter focuses on the justice work of the church. Published about twice a month, it shares worship and education resources, as well as news from church ministries, networks, and partners, including how they are taking action locally and globally.
Keeps readers up to date on benefits, employment policies, and other initiatives of the Ministry and Employment Policies and Services (MEPS) Unit.
The United Church of Canada pension newsletter from the Pension Board.
The newsletter of the Aboriginal Ministries Circle.
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. Download recent editions from the Stewardship Toolkit website.
Think! Say! Do!
Think! Say! Do! offers prayerful, practical tips and mini-workshop ideas for feeding the soul and enriching our stewardship approaches.
Turning the Page Together
The Committee on Indigenous Justice and Residential Schools invites you to join your hands with ours to work together for healing and reconciliation.
UCC Protect News is the 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.