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Concern for Ukrainian Communities

News reports of the invasion of Ukraine stir both our hearts and our conscience. As people of faith, The United Church of Canada holds in prayer all those facing fear and violence and seeks the immediate cessation of war.

Deprive Hate of Oxygen

Opposing Symbols of Hate in Protests

The right to protest and voice objections are valued in every democratic society. As the Anti-Racism Common Table, we support the right to protest non-violently. We are also moved to express our deep concerns about the current “Freedom Convoys” …

End the Korean War Appeal

Korea Peace Campaign

Yesterday, The United Church of Canada launched its Korea Peace Appeal Ten Thousand Signature Campaign and declared, “70 years is enough. It’s time to end the Korean War.” Communities of faith across Canada are invited to sign the appeal.

The Call of The United Church of Canada (2021)

New Vision and Mission Statements for the UCC

The United Church of Canada has discerned new Vision and Mission Statements. The new call and vision statements speak to how the UCC boldly embodies the Christian story in this time, filled with the certainty of resurrection and hope for new life.

COVID-19 Vaccination

Get your Booster Dose

Everyone 18 years and older will be invited to get a booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, starting with people most at risk. A booster dose is an additional shot of vaccine that helps you maintain and lengthen your protection against COVID-19.

Floods Relief and Support Efforts

Flood Relief and Support Efforts

We are all feeling stunned by the breadth of the devastation in our province. Who could have imagined that the roads would collapse, that major highways would be closed for days, that farms and animals be at risk, and the supply chain interrupted once again…

Video captured by a Lytton resident fleeing the B.C. community on June 30, 2021 shows numerous structures on fire. (2 Rivers Remix Society/Vimeo)

Relief Efforts for Survivors of the Lytton Fire

Tk’emlúps te Secwe̓pemc has generously opened their hearts and space to welcome the residents of Lytton who lost their homes and possessions in the devastating fire. Kamloops United Church is collecting money to purchase gift cards for gas, food, and clothing.