We now stand at a crucial time in the life of the church, and the history of Canada, when we can see the journey through. For more than thirty years, the United Church and Indigenous peoples have been on a journey towards mutuality, respect and equity. Towards reconciliation. Towards justice.
“Our Movements for Justice Are Linked”
On National Indigenous Peoples’ Day, Mitchell Anderson writes that Indigenous justice and reconciliation can only take place in ways that ensure that… continue reading
Right Relations 2021
This online intensive social justice learning circle is presented by the Centre for Christian Studies and open to continuing studies students.
Response to Kamloops Residential School Graves Discovery
Message to the people of The United Church of Canada from the Moderator and the Rev. Murray Pruden.
Kamloops Residential School: A Time for Mourning and Support
As news came on May 28, 2021, that the remains of 215 children were found in a mass unmarked grave on the grounds of the former Kamloops Residential… continue reading
National Indigenous Council Art Contest
Indigenous young people between the ages of 15 and 25 are invited to enter an art contest for Messenger, the newsletter for the National Indigenous… continue reading
An Invitation to Listen as We Walk the Path of Reconciliation
Elder Alf Dumont in a conversion about the work of reconciliation and how starting at the beginning again can be a good way to move forward together.
More Consultation Needed in Bill C-15 Implementation
The National Indigenous Council calls for more consultation on Bill C-15
Get Over It? Or Confront It?
Sara Stratton writes that the path to true reconciliation and understanding requires an honest confrontation of the past.
United Church Supports M’ikmaq Treaty Rights
Join Regional Council 15 in prayer and action to honour the Peace and Friendship Treaty of 1752.
A History Not to Be Forgotten or Repeated

A former United Church residential school has been designated as a National Historic Site.