Becoming intercultural means reciprocal sharing of our gifts in Christ—racial, ethnic, cultural, linguistic. This dismantles the barriers that inhibit the flow of the Spirit among all God's children.
- Articles on Becoming an Intercultural Church
- Useful background and descriptions of the intercultural church we are striving to become, and reflections on identity and the need for change.
- Deaf Ministries
- People who are deaf, hard of hearing, and deafened are telling the church who they are and what they need for church life to be accessible.
- Disability Ministries
- The United Church has made a commitment to being an open, accessible, and barrier-free church, where there is full participation of persons with disabilities in the church’s ministry and mission.
- Ethno-cultural Associations
- Ethno-cultural associations provide unique spaces for racial-ethnic minority peoples and congregations to learn from one another, and nurture better places of belonging within an intercultural church.
- Practical First Steps to Becoming an Intercultural Church
- This collection of articles is meant for faith communities wanting to take concrete steps toward becoming an intercultural church.
- Study Resources
- Materials for in-depth study, including supplementary resources for the Sankofa DVD.
Intercultural National Gatherings