While Commissioners worked away at General Council their children and teenagers went to Westhaven Camp near Pasadena, Newfoundland, a local United Church camp beloved by two generations of campers and supported by local churches.
The United Church of Canada is beginning a two-year study to determine whether or not it will continue with three streams of ministry. Any changes to its current system must go to a vote (remit) by congregations and presbyteries of the denomination.
Elected on the fifth ballot, the Rev. Jordan Cantwell, minister at Delisle-Vanscoy United Church, Saskatoon is the next Moderator of the United Church. She offers her thoughts on the the office and the future of the church.
The United Church of Christ in the Philippines and The United Church of Canada have entered into a mutual recognition of ministries agreement. Elizabeth Macdonald interviews Bishop Reuel Magiza about the possibilities for ministry.
The United Church of Canada is entering into a mutual recognition of ministries with the Presbyterian Church in the Republic of Korea (PROK). Elizabeth Macdonald interviews the PROK General Secretary Tae Jim Bae.
At the end of the Truth and Reconcilation Commission in June 2015, Cynthia Wesley-Esquimaux , a renowned educator, offers her perspective on the path toward healing families who still bear the scars of the residential school experience.