We act for peace, justice, care for creation, and God’s mission of healing the whole world in cooperation with others who share our vision.
“We are not alone,” goes the familiar opening line of the United Church’s New Creed. As we seek to align ourselves with God’s work of restoration, healing, and reconciliation, the United Church acts for peace, justice, care for creation, and God’s mission of healing the whole world in cooperation with others who share our vision. As we practise love and justice with humility and prayer, we learn how to be faithful co-workers in God’s mission. We call this approach “partnership.”
There’s One Church—the Universal OneYGM 2022: October 2. Thank you for supporting worldwide ecumenical efforts to build a better world through Mission & Service.
Struggling to Adjust to COVID-19 in KoreaUnited Church Co-worker in Mission, John Egger, reports on his experience of ministry in Seoul, Korea during the time of pandemic.
Education and the Possibility of a More Equal World
For Sustainable Development Week 2020, the United Church highlights Mission & Service partners supporting access to quality education for…continue reading
Smallholder Farmers Can Play a Big Role in Ending Hunger
For International Development Week 2020 (February 2–8), the United Church highlights two Mission & Service partners supporting food security…continue reading
Ending Poverty in All Its Forms, Everywhere
In the far-flung mountain communities of rural Ecuador, ECLOF’s financial services help Indigenous people lift themselves out of poverty.
Prayer for Tree of Life Synagogue
A prayer for the victims and survivors of the attack on Tree of Life Synagogue, Pittsburgh, October 2018, by the Right Rev. Richard Bott.