“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.

Hard Lessons of Racism Begin at a Young Age

For International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, Adele Halliday shares difficult experiences of racism her child faces even in the… continue reading

10 Ways to Work Towards Anti-Racism

March 21 is the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. However, the struggle against racism is a continuous effort. Anti-… continue reading

Opposing Symbols of Hate in Protests

Committing to becoming an actively anti-racist church includes intentionally opposing signs and systems of racism whenever they are displayed in the… continue reading

Fresh Off the Boat

Ariel Siagan raises awareness about the situation of Filipino migrant workers in Canada and calls on the church to respond.

United Church Condemns Attack on Muslim Family in London, ON

The United Church expresses shock and horror over the terrorist attack on three generations of a Muslim family in London, Ontario, and invites people… continue reading

Breathe on Us, Breath of God

One of three prayers for personal reflection or community worship in response to the Derek Chauvin trial for the murder of George Floyd. This one is… continue reading

On Racism and White Allies

Rev. Sun-Young "Sunny" Kim writes on the need for progressive White people to show humility when it comes to confronting racism.

Dismantling White Privilege in the Church

Executive Minister Shannon McCarthy writes about the ways she is learning to confront White supremacy in the structures of the church and paving the… continue reading

Twelve Steps toward Ending White Supremacy

The author recommends a 12-step treatment process for White people to end the violence of White supremacy.

A Strategic Approach to Tackling Racism

Moses Kanhai explores ways to develop a strategic plan to end racism.