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On behalf of LIRR (the Living into Right Relations Circle), we would like to recommend to the Regional Council that Canada Day be a time of reflection and to read the following as they contemplate the history of Canada and what is needed to begin reconciliation with the First Peoples of Turtle Island. We would ask people to engage in the three following documents: Calls to Action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission: http://trc.ca/assets/pdf/Calls_to_Action_English2.pdf MMIWG Report on...

Thanks to the Canada Summer Jobs program, Cedar Park United Church is going to be hiring a technician for our digital online ministry team. We hope you’ll share this job description far and wide—you may know just the right candidate! The position: Principal technician on our digital online ministry team The qualifications: A recent or soon-to-be graduate in the field of broadcast and video technology with excellent skills and experience in digital broadcasting, a demonstrated ability to...

Location: (Remote – Possible gatherings in local churches or community spaces) Hours: 35/wk Duration: 8 Weeks Hourly rate: $13.50 Contract Starting Date: June 1st 2021 Contract Ending Date: July 24th 2021 # of funded positions: 2 United Spirit Camp is a ministry of the Nakonha:ka Regional Council of the United Church of Canada. Normally running as a week-long sleep-away camp, due to the pandemic, we shifted to an online Day camp programming model for 2021. The mission of United Spirit Camp is...

This guide  is meant to be a companion for families as they celebrate Creation Time with their faith community. It is a list of discussion questions and activities to help worshippers of all-ages engage from their homes. The theme for each week follows a part of creation (water, earth, plants, animals) and ends with "gratitude" on Thanksgiving Sunday. The themes can be paired with the Year A Hebrew Bible lectionary readings, which focus on living-off-the-land and God's provision. In addition,...

Dear Communities of faith in the Nakonha:Ka Regional Council: With the provincial reopening plan in full swing, and churches across Quebec making plans to have face-to-face worship again, our YaYA leadership team wanted to highlight a few recommendations for churches to consider with regard to children, youth and families. We are all children of God, and worship should be as safely accessible as possible for people of all ages. It may be that your community of faith rarely hosts children or...