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Category: United Church of Canada

Would you like to deepen your understanding of the Bible and how it relates to life today? Are you looking to discuss issues of faith and spirituality with like-minded individuals? Have you ever had to fill in for the minister at a Sunday service and wished you were better prepared? The United Church of Canada offers an online course divided into 4 modules that prepares you to become a Licensed Lay Worship Leader (LLWL) in your region and the LLWL Leadership Team of the Nakonha:ka Regional...

Join us for a week-long, volunteer-led, sleep-away camp for kids aged 8 to 15. We welcome campers of all backgrounds from Quebec, Ontario and beyond! Although the camp operates primarily in English, we welcome Francophone campers. Our theme for 2022 is "Caring for Creation" Cost: 400$ (funding and multi-child family deals available) Download brochure: https://nakonhakaucc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/Camp-Tri-fold-Brochure.pdf  Registration:...

From THE BOARD OF VOCATION of The United Church of Canada: Romans 10:15 How beautiful are the feet of them that preach the Gospel of Peace and bring glad tidings of good things. The Board of Vocation feels tremendous gratitude for the dedication and commitment of the Ministers who work tirelessly for their communities. We understand and appreciate that it takes many hours of the day to be creative, steadfast and perform the work that is necessary to fulfil that commitment of creating an...

Le Devoir, a Quebec news agency, recently created a video (in French) highlighting one of Conseil régional Nakonha:ka Regional Council's candidates for ministry, Raphaël Pérusse, also known as Sophia III.In this video, Raphaël shares a story of faith, authenticity and inclusivity in the context of the affirming values of the United Church of Canada. Leading worship in drag at Beaconsfield United Church during Pride Month is just one of many possible ways of healing historic and...

Being an avid choral singer and deeply appreciative of the role of music in worship, I have been searching around the internet for reliable information on the question of the safety of singing in church in COVID times. I have come across two things that might be valuable to United Church congregations (and others as well) as their leaders ponder how to safely bring back choral music to in person worship. Below is a link to a recently published scientific article called Safer Singing During the...