The Healing Fund supports healing initiatives for survivors of the residential school system and its ongoing intergenerational impacts.
We’re still discovering the many ways in which the intercultural vision can be applied. Here are some things you can do as a leader, as an individual, and as a faith community to take up the intercultural vision.
Programs and events that promote faith, mission, service—and fun—for children, youth, and young adults.
Ideas and resource materials that will help you connect with youth and young adults in your community.
Financial support for congregations hiring a youth or young adult in a church leadership program over the summer.
Resources for creating or joining a cluster or network.
Definitions of clusters and networks and whom to contact for information.
Digital tools to help your cluster or network stay connected.
We are committed to becoming an open, accessible, and barrier-free church, where there is full participation of people with disabilities.
New approaches to worship are popping up, or waiting to be developed, across the church. This program aims to nourish their growth.
Allow us to help people in your own faith community that have innovative ideas about how to be church in today’s society.
People with new ideas for the church can get help to make their dream a reality.
Learn more about the three different types of grants.
Learn more about the resources that are available to innovative faith communities and grant recipients.
The Learning Network is a network of people and communities who wish to share ideas, learn from each other’s mistakes, and support innovation in faith communities across the country.
Embracing the Spirit has a newsletter to keep the network up to date on new initiatives and to help connect us with each other’s work.
Indigenous spirituality, leadership, and participation are vital to the life of the United Church.
Access support to develop property, engage youth, build leaders, and speak out for justice.
Calls to the Church emerged from a process of discernment by the Indigenous church.
Transformative legal and social changes are needed to resolve the crisis that has devastated Indigenous communities across the country.
Our faithful and lively congregations are key witnesses to God's inclusive love in the world.
The UCW’s mission is to love God; foster Christian commitment, faithfulness, and spirituality; and promote respect and love for all God’s creation.