What are the similarities and differences between charity and justice? Are they two sides of the same coin? This webinar will look at what our engagement in anti-poverty work looks like from both a focus on charity and a focus on justice. More Info »
As we seek to fully celebrate God’s diversity, understanding gender identity plays an integral role. Trans people face many barriers in society—barriers that are often present in the church as well. More Info »
Listen and learn from people with lived experience of poverty. Inform your anti- poverty work by learning from and becoming strategic partners with people living in poverty (rather than seeing them as a target group). More Info »
Two or more nations engage in treaty–making. Our presenters will explore what it means to exercise the rights and responsibilities of being treaty people today. More Info »
Free, Prior, and Informed Consent (FPIC) is mentioned several times in the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. What does it mean? How is it applied in Canada in relationship to resource development and First Nations, Metis, and Inuit? How does it relate to the Duty to Consult? Is it only ‘aspirational’? What More Info »
What was experienced and accomplished at the National Roundtable on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls held on February 27 in Ottawa? What can church groups do to work in solidarity in the three priority areas of: Prevention and Awareness Community Safety Policing Measures and Justice Responses Our two co-presenters for this 90-minute webinar More Info »
Join Rusa in a conversation on “Covenanting for Life,” a process to renew, affirm, and live out the United Church’s historic commitment to making our faith manifest in the world. Learn about how Covenanting for Life is a call to live faithfully in the midst of empire and a commitment to put faith into action More Info »
Reweaving theconnectional fabricthat makes us United.
See some stories of hope
from across Canada and the world.