Important background information on the campaign, including why Israeli settlements are an obstacle to peace.
Resources for worship, education, and advocacy related to the Unsettling Goods campaign.
Get involved in advocacy around settlement products or ethical travel to the Holy Land.
United Church advocacy with the Canadian government, trust-building initiatives, and actions of other churches around Palestine and Israel.
Answers to common questions regarding refugee sponsorship, including eligibility, the safe third country agreement, and different types of sponsorships.
LGBTIQ2+ refugees urgently need church sponsors that can support their journey to a new and safe life.
2018 is the 20th anniversary of the church’s apology to former students of residential schools, their families, and communities.
We repudiate the Doctrine of Discovery, which asserted that lands belonged to the Christian powers that “discovered” them.
This global affirmation of Indigenous peoples’ rights is a framework for reconciliation and justice.
The United Church is committed to becoming an anti-racist church through a continuous struggle against racism.
Caring for God’s gift of Creation is a spiritual commitment.
We affirm the value and dignity of all people and reject any therapy or practice that labels LGBTQIA+ and Two-Spirit people as abnormal, broken, or otherwise not whole individuals.
When listening to the stories of survivors of gender-based violence, we hear God calling us to work to affirm the human dignity of all.
We are called to transform our perspective on food—from food as a commodity to food as a right for all.
Grounded in the witness of Christ, we stand in solidarity with those affected by mining.