December 01, 2022
In her Christmas video message, Moderator Carmen Lansdowne reminds us of the One through whom we are capable of coming together to achieve the impossible.
Moderator’s Christmas Message 2022" href="/news/moderators-christmas-message-2022">
November 10, 2022
The United Church of Canada has been named in a class-action lawsuit regarding forced adoptions and abuse at several of the maternity homes it ran from the 1920s to the 1980s.
Statement on United Church Maternity Homes" href="/news/statement-united-church-maternity-homes"> Rows of baby cradles covered with white sheets in this black and white archival photo from a maternity ward.
November 04, 2022
Some trends among ministry personnel are emerging in the data received from Leadership Counts, the voluntary identity survey of United Church leaders.
Leadership Counts: Who Are Our Ministry Personnel?" href="/news/leadership-counts-who-are-our-ministry-personnel"> Multicoloured silhouettes of people's heads make up an abstract collage.
October 31, 2022
We’re already seeing interesting trends in the data received from Leadership Counts, the voluntary identity survey of United Church leaders.
Leadership Counts: Who Are Our Committee Members?" href="/news/leadership-counts-who-are-our-committee-members"> An abstract collage of photos of people's faces overlaid with silhouettes of heads in many colours.
October 31, 2022
The Moderator, along with the entire church, is praying for the communities in India and South Korea affected by tragedy.
Moderator’s Message on Tragedies in India and South Korea" href="/news/moderators-message-tragedies-india-and-south-korea"> A night scene of an alleyway where a woman places a bouquet with rows of white flowers that form a memorial.
October 28, 2022
While delegates from across the globe convene in Egypt for the UN Climate Change Conference, November 6-18, members of The United Church of Canada here at home are invited to raise your spirited… continue reading
Act for Climate Justice at Home and with COP27 Delegation" href="/news/act-climate-justice-home-and-cop27-delegation"> A multicoloured mural of people, words, trees, wind turbines, and more has as its centre a red circle with the words Keep 1.5 Alive painted on it.
October 03, 2022
Korea Peace Appeal champions continue to invite you to sign and to encourage others to participate. Some are taking some special initiatives.
Korea Peace Appeal Fall Update: 2,812 Signatures" href="/news/korea-peace-appeal-fall-update-2812-signatures"> A large group of people surround a banner lying on the floor that says Korea Peace Appeal,
September 22, 2022
Then Let Us Sing!, an online musical portal that will be available in fall 2024, is committed to ensuring the just administration of copyright, empowering artists and creative communities across the… continue reading
Then Let Us Sing! Committed to Copyright Justice" href="/news/then-let-us-sing-committed-copyright-justice"> logo for Then Let Us Sing
September 19, 2022
In a letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Sean Fraser, the United Church and three ecumenical partners call for a more just system for migrant… continue reading
Ecumenical Partners Call for Justice for Migrant Workers" href="/news/ecumenical-partners-call-justice-migrant-workers"> Several farm workers pick strawberries in a field. A school bus is seen in the background.
September 08, 2022
Members of The United Church of Canada join with others in mourning the death today of Her Royal Highness, Queen Elizabeth II.
Death of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II" href="/news/death-her-majesty-queen-elizabeth-ii"> Queen Elizabeth greets onlookers at an event