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Category: United Church of Canada

The history of residential schools in Canada is a painful scar that continues to re-open in the relationship between indigenous peoples and the settler communities of Canada. After the discovery of the bodies of 215 children found on the grounds of the Kamloops Indian Residential School, many people are walking with indigenous communities in this renewed grief, and would like to better understand the most appropriate actions to take next, after taking time to mourn and lament the lost children...

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...

Moderator Richard Bott shares why NOW is the time to call on our government to roll out a guaranteed livable income program. Such a program would enable all people to live with dignity, regardless of work status. Contact Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Minister of Finance Chrystia Freeland today. Now is the time to make history! Find out more about how you can join the call for a guaranteed livable income program:...

Deb Anderson-Pratt, a Cree/Saulteaux residential school survivor, was ordained as a minister last fall. She shares her personal story of struggle with religion and her dream of a safe place. Through The Healing Fund (largely funded by Mission & Service), your generosity supports the Sandy-Salteaux Spiritual Centre in Manitoba, where both Indigenous and Christian spiritual beliefs are respected, shared, and understood. Where Indigenous leaders like Deb answer God’s call to a ministry of...

In light of Nakonha:ka Regional’s commitment to the ministries and work in the Philippines, I would like to share with you a short reflection I was asked to write by the World Council of Churches (WCC) on my human rights pilgrimage to the Philippines last August 2019. The WCC in partnership with the National Council of Churches in the Philippines (NCCP) embarked on a Pilgrim Team Visit to the Philippines from 09 to 13 August 2019, to listen, learn, and bear witness to the country's escalating...