Dan Benson writes that few things can instill apprehension in a minister as the annual church picnic.
Writer Julie McGonegal reflects on the radical generosity of the people of The United Church of Canada.
Sharon Ballantyne shares about a conversation on inclusion, in which participants sought brave and safe space to engage with each other with all their hearts.
The Rev. Dan Benson writes that, even in the solving of a minor plumbing problem such as a kinked hose, God opens the door for us to one another and the world.
Tom Reynolds writes that the experience of being with people with disabilities can reawaken an awareness of the deeply human condition of vulnerable interdependence.
Senior United Church chaplain Shaun Yaskiw writes that for United Church chaplains, ministry at sea is ever-changing.
The Rev. Norm Seli writes about creating worship that speaks to people on the autism spectrum.
Recent acts of hate targeting United Church ministries who are affirming of LGBTQIA2S+ people, show the importance of continuing to struggle for justice and inclusion for all.
Basil Coward asks, Can you be both queer and Black, and enjoy a celebrated and visible presence in the United Church?
Mandate magazine consulted people with disabilities across the church and invited them to share their experiences in The United Church of Canada.