The founders of this church believed that ours is a living faith, a faith that is expressed not only in ministry, but also in mission in and with the world.
Mining, oil and gas exploitation, and logging threaten the well-being of ecosystems and communities worldwide. We work in solidarity with partners seeking to protect clean air, water, and soil.
The United Church recognizes the need to address racism both within the church and beyond it. We understand racism as a system of oppression that excludes some while conferring privilege on others.
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada is part of a comprehensive response to the legacy of Indian Residential Schools.