Tips and resources for members and congregations during the COVID-19 pandemic
The United Church is accepting donations to support those in the global South who are at greater risk than ever due to COVID-19. Find out how Mission & Service partners are turning compassion into action for those who need it most. The World Council of Churches has collected prayers from around the globe for use during the pandemic.
Every day, First Steps—a partner supported by Mission & Service—works to prevent child malnutrition in North Korea.
In South Sudan, Amei no longer worries about dying of hunger thanks to the support of United Church partner the Canadian Foodgrains Bank.
In Latin America, the new epicentre of the coronavirus, an estimated 83.4 million people could slide into extreme poverty and hunger this year.
In light of concerns around COVID-19, the decision has been made to postpone GC44, previously slated for July 2021 in Calgary, AB, to 2022.
Through artistic installations, Mount Forest United Church in Mount Forest, ON, is actively sharing the Christian message.
Moderator Richard Bott has written to Canadian government officials to ask them to move forward with developing and implementing a universal basic…continue reading
With support from a grant from Embracing the Spirit, a Mission & Service‒supported fund, Beaconsfield United Church’s Nigerian Refugee…continue reading
While physical distancing protocols are forcing United Church outdoor ministries to consider closing their cabins this summer, some are preparing…continue reading
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