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.

Statement on Information Shared by the Stó:lō Nation

Truths have been shared by the Stó:lō Nation . The United Church of Canada acknowledges and is saddened by what we have heard.

Moderator’s Message for National Indigenous Peoples Day 2023

In her message for National Indigenous Peoples Day, Moderator Carmen Lansdowne suggests many ways you and your community of faith can celebrate or… continue reading

Your Gifts Help to Restore Lost Languages

YGM 2023: June 25. In partnership with Mission & Service, Inuinnaqtun language mentors get resources to allow them to spend 300 hours a year… continue reading

Preserving Language through the Mohawk Language Bible

YGM 2023: June 11. The much-anticipated Mohawk Language Bible will be available in fall 2023. Your gifts to Mission and Service allow projects to… continue reading

Your Generosity Inspires Healing through Storytelling

YGM 2023: June 4. The theatre performance, Bunk #7, shares the true story of six boys rioting against the abuse they received at a residential school… continue reading

Participate in the Moose Hide Campaign to Combat Violence and Call for Justice

Combat violence and call for justice by participating in the Moose Hide Campaign.

Establishing an Autonomous National Indigenous Organization

The 44th General Council has authorized a remit on removing structural barriers so that the Indigenous Church can determine its place and structure… continue reading

Response to the Phase One Findings at the Alberni Residential Institution

With deep remorse and grief, The United Church of Canada acknowledges the truth at the Alberni residential institution, which was run by the United… continue reading

Initial Statement on the Findings at Port Alberni Residential Institution

Truths have been shared by the Tseshaht Nation today. The United Church of Canada acknowledges and is saddened by what we have heard.

The Path toward Healing: Murray Pruden’s Work

YGM 2023: June 18. Supported by Mission & Service, the Rev. Murray Pruden has made significant gains in building relationships of trust and… continue reading