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  1. 1784-1959 St. Andrew's Kirk Saint John, N. B. The United Church of Canada One Hundred and Seventy-Fifth Anniversary May 18th, 1784 - May 18th, 1959
  2. His Dominion of Canada : A Study in the Background, Development and Challenge of the United Church of Canada by Edmund H Oliver, 1932
  3. Moderators of the United Church of Canada: David Giuliano, Bill Phipps, Lois Miriam Wilson, Mardi Tindal
  4. A larger fellowship: A book for young people on the nature, doctrine, policy and task of the United Church of Canada by Alfred J Johnston, 1926
  5. Methodismus: Evangelisch-Methodistische Kirche, United Church of Canada, Arminianismus, Methodistische Und Wesleyanische Kirchen (German Edition)
  6. Voices & visions: 65 years of the United Church of Canada
  7. THIS IS OUR FAITH an Exposition of the Statement of Faith of theUnited Church of Canada by John Dow, 1960
  8. United Church of Canada: United Church of Canada. Presbyterian Church in Canada,United Reformed Church, United Church of Christ,Congregational church
  9. Challenged to be the Church in Unity: An Historic Review of the United Church of Canada on Prince Edward Island, 1925-1985
  10. United Church of Canada: List of United Church of Canada Churches in Toronto, 299 Queen Street West, Robertson-Wesley United Church
  11. See the Christ stand!: A study in doctrine in the United Church of Canada by R. C Chalmers, 1945
  12. Members of the United Church of Canada: R. B. Bennett, Frederick Banting, Gordon Lightfoot, Northrop Frye, Gordon Graydon, Jack Layton
  13. Crossing Worlds: The Story of the Woman's Missionary Society of the United Church of Canada by Donna Sinclair, 1992-09
  14. Ministers of the United Church of Canada: Bill Blaikie

21. United Church Of Canada - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The united church of canada (l Église Unie du Canada) is Canada s second Union talks between the United Church and the Anglican Church of Canada in the
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St. Paul's-Eastern United Church in Ottawa The United Church of Canada (l'‰glise Unie du Canada) is Canada 's second largest church (after the Roman Catholic Church ), and its largest Protestant denomination . About 250,000 people attend United Church services each Sunday, although some 2.8 million Canadians reported the United Church as their religious affiliation in the country's 2001 census. The United Church describes itself as having a presence in "all parts of Canada except rural Quebec". The current Moderator of the United Church , elected for a three-year term, is the Rt. Rev. Peter Short
The United Church of Canada was inaugurated at a massive worship service at Toronto's Mutual Street Arena on June 10, 1925, and recognized and legitimated by Act of Parliament as well as provincial laws dealing with church property. It was the merger—negotiated and planned over more than twenty years—of three prominent Protestant denominations, the

22. Toronto Conference Home Page
Toronto Conference of The united church of canada Where Do I Find ?

23. Gathering: Resources For Worship Planners
An online worship magazine with Lent, Easter, and Pentecost resources.
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    Gathering: Resources for Worship Planners
    Epiphany 2006 Gathering is a worship magazine for ministers and lay leaders, music directors, and United Church of Canada worship committees. Three issues are published each year. The current issue is Advent/Christmas/Epiphany 2006 Excerpts from several back issues are also available. Gathering relies heavily on contributions from its readers. We encourage you to submit your prayers, litanies, and worship ideas by sending an email to Gathering . You can also mail or fax us your ideas ( see below Gathering is made possible
    by subscriber support and the Please Note: We ask that you include this statement when using material from "Gathering": Written by: (name indicated on page). Gathering, (Issue: eg. Lent Easter Pentecost 2004), Used with permission.

24. London Conference Of The United Church Of Canada
The official website of London Conference, the united church of canada

25. Affirm United / S'affirmer Ensemble - United Church Of Canada / Eglise Unie Du C
Email AU/AE, Current Issue. Same-Sex Marriage Resources Ressources de mariagepour couples de même sexe The united church of canada s Support
AFFIRM UNITED / S'AFFIRMER ENSEMBLE [AU/AE] is an organization of persons working through education and social integration for the welcoming of diverse peoples, especially the inclusion of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender persons in the life and work of the church. AU / AE is composed of people of all sexual orientations and gender identities and so it is open to all people within the United Church of Canada who support these goals.
AU/AE's History
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Current Issue: Same-Sex Marriage Resources Ressources de mariage pour couples de même sexe The United Church of Canada's Support Recent Event
This year's Conference was held from July 29 to Aug 1 in Vancouver. Our theme speaker was Martha G. Juillerat, the National Program Director of the Shower of Stoles Project There was also a gathering of Queer United Young Adults While we were there we also marched in the Vancouver Pride Parade. Nominate for an Award: an Affirm United/S'affirmer ensemble volunteer - for their local or national service an affirming congregation/ministry - for their program

26. 'Milestone' Document Passed On Jewish-Christian Relations
The 38th General Council of The united church of canada has approved a 'milestone' document on the church's relations with the Jewish community that acknowledges a history of antiSemitism within Christianity.
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    General Council 38 (2003)
    [ 'Milestone' Document Passed on Jewish-Christian Relations ]
    By John Asling The 38th General Council of The United Church of Canada has approved a "milestone" document on the church's relations with the Jewish community that acknowledges a history of anti-Semitism within Christianity. Working in one of three decision-making commissions on August 13, Council received the final report of Bearing Faithful Witness, a study program the church has been engaged in since 1988, and approved a statement on United Church-Jewish relations today that says that anti-Semitism is an affront to the gospel of Jesus Christ. Dow Marmur, Rabbi Emeritus of Holy Blossom Temple in Toronto, one of the interfaith guests at Council, called the document a "milestone" in Jewish-Christian relations. "The United Church of Canada is making a lasting contribution to Jewish-Christian dialogue," Marmur said. Former moderator The Very Rev. Dr. Robert Smith, of the Justice, Global and Ecumenical Relations Unit, told commissioners the statement was one of the significant issues to come before the General Council, which is meeting August 10-16 in Wolfville, Nova Scotia.

27. Affirming Congregations And Ministries In The United Church Of Canada
within The united church of canada. (as of April 2005). The Affirming CongregationProgramme was launched by Affirm and Friends of Affirm in the summer of
Affirming Congregations and Ministries
within The United Church of Canada
as of April 2005 The Affirming Congregation Programme was launched by Affirm and Friends of Affirm in the summer of 1992. It provides an opportunity for congregations, colleges, and other ministries to study the issues of inclusion and welcoming of diverse peoples into the life and work of the congregation. The particular focus of the study is the inclusion of gay men, lesbians, bisexual and transgender persons in their life and work. To learn how to involvve your congregation or ministry in this process click here The following United Church congregations and ministries have voted to be recognized as Affirming - welcoming of all people regardless of their sexual orientation. Some have also studied transsexuality and are welcoming of persons regardless of their gender identity. MINISTRIES UC Campus Ministry, University of Manitoba, 102 C University Centre, Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2 204-474-8387 Rainbow Ministry, Winnipeg Presbytery, 301-G Weston Street, Winnipeg, MB R3E 3H4 204-954-2900 email Cambrian Presbytery , 310 Park Avenue, Thunder Bay, ON P7B 6C8 807-345-3916 email United Theological College email Tatamagouche Centre , RR3, Tatamagouche, NS B0K 1V0 902-657-2231 ALBERTA Southminster-Steinhauer UC , Edmonton 10740 - 19 Avenue, NW, Edmonton, AB T6J 6W9 780-435-2028 BRITISH COLUMBIA First UC, Salmon Arm, P.O. Box 940, Salmon Arm, BC V1E 4P1 250-832-3860

28. Norfolk Street United Church Of Canada
Offering service since 1836, also information about Worship, clergy, youthactivities and shelter, news and events, newsletter and links of interest.
Norfolk Street
United Church of Canada
Guelph, Ontario
"People Serving God Through Serving People
...since 1836 - 169 years of service in Guelph, Ontario"
This Sunday Join us this Sunday, for our regular service at 10:30 am Weekly Photo
Special Events
Ellis Chapel announces their new website… Ellis Chapel... although small in design, is rich in history and has served as an inspiration and place of worship to many people since 1861 - 144 years Enduring and Everlasting - Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow - pioneer limestone Wesleyan Methodist church since 1861 in Puslinch Township. Visit the chapel at: Events Calendar Sept. 4 Combined Service with Paisley Memorial with guest musician - Jill Lovelock
Sept. 4 Walking Tour - Downtown Churches
Sept. 11 Gymfest, Sunday School registration, Welcome Back Luncheon and Congregational Meeting
Sept. 17 Men's Breakfast at Angel's Diner
Sept. 18 Sacrament of Baptism
Sept. 19 Chatty Crafters Potluck Lunch
Sept. 25 Hymnspiration and Alzheimer Coffee Break
Sept. 26 Ladies Dinner at Adonio's

29. Ottawa Presbytery, United Church Of Canada
Site includes youth ministry and outreach resources, and congregational links.

The General Council of the united church of canada in 1988AUG decided to stopbarring openly gay or lesbian people from the ministry.
UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA AND HOMOSEXUALITY Click Here to Visit our Sponsors. Depending on how church size is defined, the United Church of Canada is either the largest or next to largest Protestant denomination: About 3.1 million Canadians identify themselves with the United Church of Canada The church reports 684,000 confirmed members. Fewer (about 2.2 million) Canadians identify themselves as Anglicans, However, the church reports 737,000 confirmed members more than the United Church. This is the most liberal of the larger Protestant denominations in Canada. It is exceeded in size only by the Roman Catholic church . It was formed in 1925 by a merger of most congregations of the Association of Congregational Churches in Canada , the Methodist Church and the Presbyterian Church in Canada . Some Presbyterian congregations remained part of a separate mainline religious organization; some Methodists split off to form the very conservative Free Methodist church. From its birth, it has had to accommodate a diversity of theological beliefs. It has had a history of tackling publicly the really tough social issues. Some cynics might say that they have a continual urge to shoot themselves in the foot, or to form a circular firing squad. It can be argued that they lose membership whenever they enter into one of these debates. But they have also gained members, partly because of the respect that Canadians have for the Church's courage, openness, and inclusiveness. Less courageous liberal and mainline denominations often follow where the United Church has led.

The Anglican Church of Canada is part of a worldwide Anglican Communion whichincludes the and those identifying with the united church of canada.
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The Anglican Church of Canada is part of a world-wide Anglican Communion which includes the Episcopal Church, USA in the United States and the Church of England in England. In the 2001 census, about 2 million Canadian adults (6.9%) identified themselves as Anglicans. They are the fourth largest religious group in the country, behind the Roman Catholic Church, persons of no religion, and those identifying with the United Church of Canada Priests in the Anglican Communion have blessed marriages, dogs, cats, buildings, apartments, houses, boats, cars, etc. However, as of 2004-JUN-1, they are not currently permitted to bless the relationships of committed, loving, gay or lesbian couples, except in one maverick diocese in British Columbia. The General Synod meets every three years and is made up of lay persons, priests and bishops from each diocese. Historically, major ethical conflicts like the abolition of slavery , decriminalization of contraceptives, ordination of women , permitting inter-racial marriage, etc. have been settled first by liberal faith groups, and last by conservative groups. Blessings of same-sex relationships and ordination of priests who are in committed same-sex relationships are already permitted within a few liberal faith groups in Canada notably the

32. Mill Woods United Church
Congregation of The united church of canada. Features services, programs, a visitor's guide, and ministries.

33. Official Creed Of The United Church Of Canada
This article was written by officials at The united church of canada on Tuesday, Each year, the United Church, which is Canada’s largest Protestant
Creed of…
The United Church of Canada
Bill Phipps Head of United church denies Resurrection of Christ!
Interview with Bill Phipps, current moderator of the United church of Canada in October 1997, shows him to be an infidel and enemy of Christ! Click here to read interview for yourself!
1965 premarital sex approved
1988 Practicing gays approved for ordination
1997 Church head denies Christ’s resurrection.
1997 Leaders unanimously approve Phipps after both these articles were published in the newspapers.
Time for a new church: Click here to find assemblies of Christians who believe in Jesus’ resurrection.
2003 church petitions Ottawa to change the definition of marriage to include homosexuals.
The Manual
26th Revised Edition 1987
Ever since 1925 "The Manual" has been an important and indispensable tool for members and organized bodies of the United Church of Canada.
The Basis of Union
As prepared by the joint committee of The Presbyterian Church in Canada, The Methodist Church, and the Congregational Churches of Canada, and approved by the Supreme Courts of these Churches, as amended by the United Church of Canada
1.1 The name of the Church formed by the union of the Presbyterian, Methodist, and Congregational Churches in Canada, shall be "The United Church of Canada."

34. Maritime Conference Web Site
MARITIME CONFERENCE. The united church of canada. Crest Maritime Conference Maritime United Church Camps Maritime Conference Men
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35. St. Andrew's College - Theological Education Training For Ministers In The Unite
Theological training to candidates for ministry, lay people interested in theological studies, and people in ministry seeking additional education within the united church of canada.

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The College offers theological education and training to candidates for ministry, lay people interested in theological studies, and people in ministry seeking additional education. St. Andrew's College
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Fax (306) 966-8981 Toll free in Canada 1-877-644-8970
E-mail us Upcoming Events Feb 6 - 8, 2006 Winter Refresher with speaker Mark Lewis Taylor 2005-2006 course offerings pdf file only Call now for your College Sunday 2005 material Application Forms (pdf) Diploma BTh MDiv MTS must have adobe acrobat reader to view POSITION VACANCY Executive Assistant to the President STU Library catalogue About the College ... Back to STU homepage page last updated on Please feel free to email the webmaster with comments

36. Canadian Memorial Church, United Church Of Canada, Vancouver, BC Canada
Congregation of the united church of canada, dedicated to peace.
dedicated to peace home about us people facilities history values worship sunday am sermons evening weddings ... memorials nurture loving community community page newcomers seniors children ... groups listing teach progressive christian faith study faith page bible studies spiritual studies small groups ... prayer act for peace peace page peace library peace in the city street meals ... townships news what's happening calendar centre for peace tools links search site map contact us New to the website: The Holy Art of Listening
Sermon by Rev. Bruce Sanguin, Sept 4th.
"One of the most common sources of disillusionment for newcomers to a congregation is discovering conflict. In the church of all places. full text A Prayer for the week of Sept 4th. What's happening is updated Sept 4th. The Healing Ministries are pleased to list their newest team members. We have added some new images based on wonderful photography by Tim VanOstrand. Adjacent is a shot of the church interior, and he has also captured the nurse and airman windows. Summoning the Whirlwind: Unconventional Sermons for a Relevant Christian Faith , is a new book of sermons by Rev. Bruce Sanguin. These sermons represent his best over the last decade!

37. Spirit Connection | United Church Television
Spirit Connection, the weekly program from the united church of canada, airs on Vision TV. The program is produced by their Berkeley Studio facility and has won several awards over its 15 year history.
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    Spirit Connection is an award-winning television program produced by The United Church of Canada at Berkeley Studio and broadcast from coast to coast each week on VisionTV. The show focuses on stories of faith in action and profiles of people who seek to renew their communities and congregations in The United Church of Canada and around the world. The series has been on the air since 1988. Sunday nights on VisionTV
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    The second broadcast in a two-part series. [ More Upcoming Shows New Season starts Sunday October 2!
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38. The United Church Observer > About Us & Contact Info
His counterpart in the Presbyterian Church in Canada was Peter Brown, The Observer began life as an official organ of The united church of canada.
The magazine that explores faithful living today. ABOUT US
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Subscribe Contact Information Who We Were, Who We Are The United Church Observer is one of the oldest and most respected church publications in Canada. Its origins date back to the first half of the 19th century, when Canadian Methodists decided to found a weekly newspaper. They called it The Christian Guardian and named Rev. Egerton Ryerson editor. Ryerson earned a reputation as a "doughty controversialist who, by his facile pen, fought the battle of civil and religious liberty." His passion and determination were his greatest strengths — and often his worst enemies: in his first 11 years as editor he was voted in and out of office three times by the Methodist Conference. Starting out with the barest of resources, Ryerson guided The Christian Guardian to a circulation of 3,000 in its first three years. It came to be regarded as the leading newspaper of Upper Canada, a tireless defender of religious freedom, democracy and education. Ryerson went on to serve in government, and is credited with founding the public school system in Upper Canada. His counterpart in the Presbyterian Church in Canada was Peter Brown, editor of The Banner, begun by the denomination in 1843. Brown’s son George was the paper’s publisher; he went on to found the Toronto Globe, now known as The Globe and Mail, and is a father of Canadian Confederation.

39. Welcome To  The Official Web Site OF United Church Of Canada Newfoundland
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r We are called to be the Church: to celebrate God's presence, to live with respect in Creation, to love and serve others, to seek justice and resist evil, to proclaim Jesus, crucified and risen, our judge and our hope. This is the day the Lord has made, let us rejoice and be glad in it. (Psalm 118:24) West District East District Conference Book Room/AVEL ...

Spirit Connection 's 18th season starts Sunday October 2, 2005. In September Spirit Connection will air some of its best shows from the previous season. Click here for a sneak preview of upcoming programs for September and October! SERVICE OF PRAISE AND THANKSGIVING FOR LESLIE UPWARD
On Saturday, August 27, 2005, a service of praise and thanksgiving for the life and ministry of the Rev. Leslie Upward was held at the United Church in Harry's Harbour, Green Bay, where he grew up and worshipped. More ANNOUNCING ATLANTIC SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY EVENTS AND ONLINE COURSES Pastoral Counselling Conference - September 29-30, 2005

40. Brief History Of The United Church
A church begun in 1925 with Methodist, Congregational and Presbyterian roots.
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    History of the United Church
    The United Church of Canada is the largest Protestant denomination in Canada. We minister to over 3 million people in 3677 congregations across the country. Ours is a rich history closely entwined with the development of Canada itself. The United Church was inaugurated on June 10, 1925 in Toronto, Ontario, when the Methodist Church, Canada, the Congregational Union of Canada, and 70 per cent of the Presbyterian Church in Canada entered into an organic union. Joining as well was the small General Council of Union Churches, centred largely in Western Canada. It was the first union of churches in the world to cross historical denominational lines and hence received international acclaim. Impetus for the union arose out of the concerns for serving the vast Canadian northwest and in the desire for better overseas mission. Each of the uniting churches, however, had a long history prior to 1925.
    The Presbyterian Stream
    French Huguenots, escaping persecution following the revocation of the Edict of Nantes, brought the Reformed Faith to Canada. But even in the New World their growth and development were restricted. After the ceding of Nova Scotia to England in 1713, subsequent immigration of Presbyterians from Scotland and Ireland completely overwhelmed the small French contingent. The first ministers from Scotland were Daniel Cook, David Smith, and Hugh Graham who organized the Presbytery of Truro in 1786. In 1795 this presbytery was joined by a second, the Presbytery of Pictou, which represented another faction of Scottish Presbyterianism. In 1817 these two groups, joined by a few ministers from the Established Church of Scotland were able to come together and form the Synod of the Presbyterian Church of Nova Scotia.

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