Canadian Multiculturalism Day

June 27, 2018

Multicultural communities live alongside one another, value tolerance, and celebrate outward expressions of culture. The church’s intercultural vision, however, goes further. It encourages all of us to change, build relationships, and distribute power fairly in respectful awareness of each other’s differences. A Sunday near June 27, Canadian Multiculturalism Day, is a good opportunity to explore the United Church’s intercultural commitment.

Worship Ideas
File 2018 Multiculturalism Day: From All Corners of the World
A worship service for Multiculturalism Sunday.
PDF icon Revival out of Helplessness: Worship
A worship service on the theme of anti-racism (from Mandate, Winter 2018).
File Two Communion Liturgies
Two communion services which can be used for Worldwide Communion Sunday, Canadian Multiculturalism Day, etc.
File We All Belong because We Are Home
A liturgy for Black History Month.
File Who Are We? Resources for Canadian Multiculturalism Day
Worship resources to celebrate Canadian Multiculturalism Day. ...
Extras
Our gifts for Mission & Service support intercultural programs.
File Intercultural Hymn Service
A service framed around hymns in Voices United from cultures around the world.
PDF icon Questioning Worship: Engaging All God's Peoples: Sample Chapter
A resource for talking about intercultural worship; sample session.
Our gifts for Mission & Service support racial justice.
PDF icon Revival out of Helplessness: Bible Study
The story of the Samaritan woman at the well can help us reflect on racism (from Mandate, Winter 2018).
PDF icon The Sound of a Church
An Intercultural reflection from a Japanese Canadian perspective, excerpted from Fire and Grace, UCPH, 1999.
File Voices United: Intercultural Index
A listing of hymns from Voice United identified by their country of origin.