225 – 50e Avenue, Lachine, QC H8T 2T7 | Téléphone : 1-800-268-3781 ou (514) 634-7015

Conseil régional Nakonha:ka Regional Council

Le Conseil régional Nakonha:ka regroupe les communautés de foi et ministères de présence des anciens consistoires Laurentien et du Québec de l’Église Unie du Canada.

Trouver une communauté de foi

Le Conseil régional Nakonha:ka

encourage instamment toutes ses communautés de foi à prendre connaissance et mettre en application les mesures de prévention recommandées par l’Église Unie du Canada et les autorités de la santé en ce qui concerne le virus COVID-19.

Ressources importantes concernant le processus de réouverture des bâtiments d'égliseRessources destinées aux communautés de foi dans le contexte de l'épidémie COVID-19

À propos de nous

Que signifie Nakonha:ka? Visionnez la vidéo (en anglais) pour l’apprendre.

En apprendre plus…

Mauris sit amet nisl dictum odio tristique vehicula.

Notre personnel

Comment le personnel du conseil régional peut-il vous aider ?

En apprendre plus…

Mauris sit amet nisl dictum odio tristique vehicula.

Événements

Qu’est-ce qui se passe dans notre région? Consultez le calendrier d’événements…

En apprendre plus…

Mauris sit amet nisl dictum odio tristique vehicula.

Ressources

Comment faire ? Voici des hyperliens vers les politiques, les formulaires et d’autres documents.

En apprendre plus…

Articles récents

À propos de nous

Le Conseil régional Nakonha:ka regroupe les communautés de foi et les ministères de présence des anciens consistoires Laurentien et du Québec de l’Église Unie du Canada.

Le multilinguisme fait partie de l’identité de notre région. En plus de l’anglais et du français, on parle dans nos communautés de foi le mohawk, l’espagnol, l’allemand, l’italien, le japonais (y compris l’ourdou dans les cultes), l’arménien, le hongrois et le coréen.

Suivez-nous sur Facebook

Timeline PhotosWednesday, August 12, 2020. 7:00 p.m. ET / 4:00 p.m. PT

Erik Mathiesen and Clyde Harris return to United in Learning next week to provide an update on financial tools and government assistance information that will be useful to church treasurers.

The Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy program has been modified significantly and extended to December 2020. Almost every ministry with a payroll account is likely to be eligible for some degree of support. Other programs have been modified or will be winding up.

The webinar will review the details of the revised CEWS program as they apply to our ministries, and walk through the steps to calculate and apply for it. Erik and Clyde will also respond to any other questions treasurers may have about the various pandemic relief financial programs.

Please join us: ow.ly/5iYd50ASP03

#UCCan #UCCanCOVID19
...

View on Facebook

I find myself flailing, lately. In my faith life, at least.

My motions seem to be "full of sound and fury, signifying nothing." (And, for those who know Macbeth's speech, the rest those lines seem to fit, too: "Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow, Creeps in this petty pace from day to day..." Thank you, O Wordsmith William Shakespeare, for giving me words to put to this moment in the my Covid-tide!)

I feel like my engine is revving, but the clutch isn't engaged; like I'm running off in *all* directions; like my heart is racing and stopping, both at the same time.

I feel like nothing I say or do makes one iota of difference in the face of the world's pain.

There's part of me that knows it isn't true. The words that each of us say, the actions each of us take, the decisions each of us make, together, do make a difference - on micro and macro levels.

But, right now, in the avalanche that is my newsfeed... I can't *feel* it.

That's usually an indicator that I need to find a garden (physical or metaphorical) and have a long chat with God.

I need to take a moment to say to myself, "Don't just do something! Sit there!"

I need to reset myself to my basics:

I am Richard, a beloved child of God, and part of the web of God's creation. I am a disciple of Jesus Christ, commanded to love God with all that I am, and to love my neighbour as I love myself.

As a disciple of Jesus, I choose to live UNITED:
Uplifted by God's Love;
Nurtured through Worship;
Inspired through Scripture;
Transformed through Prayer;
Empowered through Spiritual Friendships; and,
Developed through Service.
(Edit: People have been asking who came up with this - it was the Rev. Dave Anderson, Eagle Ridge United Church, Coquitlam, BC, and Richard Bott)

As an ordered minister, I am called to help people to enter into, and deepen, their relationship with God, baptizing and sharing at Jesus' table, preaching and teaching, and learning with the rest of the community and with the world.

.

Right
.

I just need to stop, and remind myself who I am called to be.

-

So, let me ask you - in the face of the world as it is, today, what do you need to remind yourself?

Does anything written here speak to you?

(Photo: rb)
...

View on Facebook

Nouvelles