You Are There Every Step of the Way: Jason’s Story

Published On: December 4, 2020

M4M 2021: September 19. After his son was born, Jason couldn’t ignore the call to ministry he had felt for some time.

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A Fresh Start: Aria’s Story

Published On: December 4, 2020

M4M 2021: Feb. 14. A social worker referred Aria to the Massey Centre, an organization supported by your Mission and Service gifts.

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For Every Family in Beirut, There Is a Story

Published On: November 30, 2020

Your gifts designated to the United Church’s Emergency Response following the explosion in Beirut supported many families. Thank you.

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Taking to the Streets to Deliver Meals and Care

Published On: November 13, 2020

Your gifts through Mission & Service support Our Place Society in delivering meals, shelter, and medical care to street-involved people.

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Webinar Highlights COVID’s Impact on People with Disabilities

Published On: November 3, 2020

Mission & Service gifts support disability networking, advocacy, and education work within and beyond the United Church.

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Your Mission & Service Gifts Make a Difference in Beirut

Published On: October 30, 2020

Together, we raised $103,000 through the Beirut appeal. Thank you!

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World Food Day Roundup

Published On: October 16, 2020

On World Food Sunday, October 18, join with others across the United Church to respond to hunger and food insecurity.

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Peace-Making Ramps Up as Pandemic Heightens Tensions in Asia

Published On: October 9, 2020

Gifts to Mission & Service support peace and reconciliation processes across the globe, including those between Japan and Korea.

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Food as a Bridge until the Next Harvest

Published On: October 7, 2020

Food assistance is an essential support to cushion the shocks of drought and COVID-19.

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Generosity Supports Clean-Up Efforts in Beirut

Published On: October 5, 2020

Your gifts supported young people helping to clean up after the Beirut explosion. Thank you.

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