Moderator Jordan Cantwell invites us to a Lenten time of self-reflection.
There are no simple answers when it comes to our warming climate.
Moderator Jordan Cantwell’s letter to Prime Minister Trudeau assures him of the church’s desire to work collaboratively on a national inquiry on murdered and missing Indigenous women and girls.
The United Church of Canada added its voice to those celebrating the global climate deal recently reached in Paris.
The Moderator delivered remarks at an event in Ottawa marking the release of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s final report.
Moderator Jordan Cantwell suggests trying two things that may add depth to Advent for you.
The upcoming 21st Conference of Parties (COP21) in Paris could be a critical turning point for the future of the planet. Meet the three delegates the United Church is sending to COP21.
Please join us this Giving Tuesday in making your Advent gift for the Mission & Service of our church.
In the face of recent horrific acts of terror, Moderator Jordan Cantwell reminds us that resistance rooted in love is our best hope.
In Paris, United Church of Canada staff joined with representatives of the Protestant churches in France in a moment of silent prayer in remembrance of the victims of the attacks.
As news of the multiple attacks in Paris, France continues to unfold, the United Church offers the following prayer as we hold all those affected in our thoughts and prayers.
In a major partnership initiative, a United Church delegation will visit China at the invitation of the China Christian Council in November-December 2015.
In the lead-up to the United Nations’ Climate Conference in Paris (COP21), join the growing call by people of faith for climate action.
Three United Church members will travel to Tokyo, Japan, for the Third International Conference on Minority Issues and Mission.
The United Church took part in an ecumenical event in Nashville, Tennessee, October 30–November 1, 2015, on reclaiming evangelism in positive ways.
Moderator Jordan Cantwell welcomes the new Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau.
The World Council of Churches has expressed deep concern over the renewed wave of violence in Jerusalem in recent weeks.
The United Church of Canada has signed a recently launched public statement setting out Investor Expectations on Corporate Climate Lobbying.
Join us on the Advent Unwrapped website for engaging Advent tools and resources for people of all ages.
We join in prayer for the people of Mexico affected by the passage of Hurricane Patricia.
Representatives of The United Church of Canada and the United Church of Christ (USA) recently gathered in Niagara Falls, Ontario, to sign a Full Communion Agreement.
The ACT Palestine Forum, of which the United Church is a member, condemns the violence and mourns the loss of life and human suffering in Palestine and Israel in October 2015.
United Church partners in the Philippines are appealing for support of the Philippine and global #StopLumadKillings campaign.
Moderator Jordan Cantwell urges our church, our political leaders, and all people of good will to challenge the prejudice and Islamophobia that is escalating in our country.
Moderator Jordan Cantwell, along with 25 other Canadian faith leaders, has endorsed the Canadian Council of Churches’ statement "On Promoting Climate Justice and Ending Poverty in Canada."
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