Two one-storey buildings at the end of a gravel road

When a Roof Is More than a Roof

M4M 2021: Feb 28. Two West Haven Camp buildings have new roofs thanks to your Mission & Service support.

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The Sankofa bird, a West African symbol of a bird with a long neck, turning its head to look back. This version is brilliantly multicoloured - red, yellow, black, and orange..

Young Adults Lead Church to Become Anti-Racist

M4M 2021: Feb. 21. In 2021 six young Black adults will collect stories to help us understand Black experiences in our churches.

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Living the Dream

M4M 2021: Feb 7. Mission & Service is one of the ways the United Church works to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

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In a long exposure photo, headlights and taillights of cars blur as they rush around a corner at night.

Embracing the Spirit 2020: The Giant Accelerator

The challenges of 2020 pushed the work of Embracing the Spirit forward in many unexpected ways.

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Lakshmi with her parents on porch, India

Trafficked by Her Aunt: Lakshmi’s Story

M4M 2021: Jan. 31. Your support of Mission and Service helps the Diocese of Durgapur’s anti-trafficking unit find and free women and children in India who are being exploited.

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A man carries a large bag of rice and a yellow house is in the background.

Amazing Generosity during the COVID-19 Crisis

M4M 2021: Jan. 17. When COVID-19 struck, the United Church asked members to make a special gift to help those most affected by the virus. Your response was amazing.

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Deb Anderson-Pratt kneels at ordination ceremony while minister reads and woman presents her with eagle feather

Residential School Survivor Answers the Call to Ministry

M4M 2021: Jan. 10. In 2020, Deb Anderson-Pratt was one of six Indigenous ministers ordained or commissioned in the United Church. She studied at Sandy-Saulteaux Spiritual Centre, a theological school supported by your Mission and Service gifts.

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A grandmother in Kenya tells her story to a room of grandmothers.

Grandmothers Help Change Attitudes

M4M 2021: Jan. 3. Thanks to your gifts through Mission and Service, grandmothers in one Kenyan community helped change attitudes around HIV/AIDS.

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Turning Hard Work into Hope Every Day: Margaret’s Story

The Jamii Imara micro-loan project in Kenya helps women like Margaret establish their businesses. The project is just one of the ways your Mission and Service gifts are helping to turn hard work into hope every day.

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The Incredible Difference Your Gifts Make: Bill’s Story

Bill’s childhood experience of camp wound up inspiring one of the world’s most influential environmental movements. Every year, your generosity through Mission and Service gives thousands of children an opportunity to go to camp.

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