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Conseil régional Nakonha:ka Regional Council

Incorporating communities of faith and outreach ministries from the former Consistoire Laurentien and Consistoire du Québec Presbytery of The United Church of Canada.

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Conseil régional Nakonha:ka Regional Council

strongly encourages all communities of faith to review and implement preventive measures as recommended by the United Church of Canada and health authorities re COVID-19.

Resources about Protocols for Re-Opening BuildingsImportant Resources for Communities of Faith regarding COVID-19

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Conseil regional Nakonha:ka Regional Council incorporates communities of faith and outreach ministries from the former Consistoire Laurentien and Consistoire du Quebec Presbytery of The United Church of Canada.

The multilingual nature of our region is an integral part of our identity. In addition to English and French, the primary languages spoken in communities of faith across the region include Mohawk, Spanish, German, Italian, Japanese (including Urdu in worship), Armenian, Hungarian, and Korean.

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  1. Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre

    September 19 @ 6:00 pm - October 24 @ 10:00 pm

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Timeline Photos👋🏽 Progress check. The Open for justice- Canadian Network on Corporate Accountability still needs 1,486 signatures to reach its goal of 4,000 by September 1. This e-petition calls for the House of Commons to strengthen the rules for Canadian mining, energy, and garment businesses operating abroad.

👏 Last week, 738 e-petition signatures were collected. Thank you.

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30th Anniversary of the United Church Apology to First Nations Peoples ...

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Le 4 août 2020, une gigantesque explosion a secoué la ville de Beyrouth, au Liban. La déflagration a provoqué d’immenses dégâts et le nombre de morts ne cesse d’augmenter.

L’Église Unie du Canada est en communication directe avec les partenaires de Mission & Service dans la région. Samer Laham, du Conseil des Églises du Moyen-Orient (CEMO), transmet le message suivant à l’Église Unie :

« Dieu merci, l’équipe du CEMO est saine et sauve, mais la situation à Beyrouth dépasse l’entendement. Le niveau de destruction dans de nombreuses zones historiques de Beyrouth est incroyable [...]. Beyrouth aura besoin de milliards de dollars pour reconstruire ce qu’elle a perdu en une minute [...] et il lui faudra peut-être des années pour se remettre de cet événement catastrophique. »

Faites un don dès aujourd’hui pour aider les personnes touchées par cette tragédie survenue à Beyrouth.

Photo: Une femme porte un enfant dans les rues de Beyrouth, au Liban, après l’explosion. Source : Vision mondiale/Reuters

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