“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.

Anti-Racism and the Federal Election

This federal election, ask political candidates how they plan to advance racial equity.

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

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.

A Strategic Approach to Tackling Racism

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

Church Makes Historic Declaration to Become Anti-Racist

The United Church aspires to become an anti-racist church, creating a new position to help that happen.

A Call for Social Holiness

Rev. Dr. Paul Douglas Walfall writes that to be prophetic in the face of racial intolerance is to proclaim the extravagant grace of God by the way we… continue reading

Executive Starts Work to Become Anti-Racist Denomination

   The 43rd General Council’s electronic meeting on June 20,2020, received as new business the proposal Towards an Anti-Racist Denomination.   

Black Lives Matter in the United Church

 The General Council Executive issued a statement on June 18, 2020, confirming unequivocally that Black Lives Matter to The United Church of…

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Mission & Service Gifts Support Racial Justice Training

We need to acknowledge the reality of institutional racism, including within the church, and call for its eradication.