“As Christians, we must root out fear, and commit to … practices that help us to ground our actions … in love.” — former Moderator Jordan Cantwell

The United Church is committed to becoming an anti-racist church through a continuous struggle against racism. Find out more about this commitment, including how your community of faith can get involved in worship, study, and reflection.

A White Teenager's Perspective on Racism

Matthew Tyhurst writes about the how the testimony of a racialized person his own age helped change the way he looked at the world.

Navigating Life as a Child of Korean Immigrants

Sarah Yang writes her own coming-of-age story, wrestling with racism, identity, and intergenerational culture clash.

After Black History Month, What Now?

How one United Church community of faith is responding to Black Lives Matter.

Fighting Racism at Home and Abroad: Adele Halliday’s Work

YGM 2023: February 5. Your gifts to Mission & Service support educational initiatives, programs, and partners that work hard to dismantle racism.

Anti-Racism App Developed by Young Adults Set to Launch

YGM 2022: December 11. Your generosity through Mission & Service supports the leadership of young adults like Jonisha Lewinson who are actively… continue reading

Leadership Counts: Who Are Our Committee Members?

We’re already seeing interesting trends in the data received from Leadership Counts, the voluntary identity survey of United Church leaders.

End Racism. Build Peace.

YGM 2022: September 18. Your support through Mission & Service helps us as a whole United Church work toward a world free of racism and racial… continue reading

Emancipated, But Still Not Free

Rev. Dr. Paul Douglas Walfall celebrates Emancipation Day, while acknowledging Black people's fight for freedom continues to this day.

Prayers for Healing, Comfort, and Anti-Racist Action

While it may be tempting to distance the attacks in the US as extreme events taking place solely there, the realities of racism are also ever-present… continue reading

No Longer Hidden in Plain Sight

On the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, Kim Uyede-Kai calls us to disrupt racism wherever it is found.