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         United Church Of Canada:     more books (100)
  1. Handbook for the Local Woman's Association by United Church of Canada, 1960-01-01
  2. Christian Media in Canada: United Church Observer, Grace Tv, S-Vox, Joytv, Crossroads Christian Communications, Riverside Country
  3. Proceedings of the committees on union: An account of the proceedings of the committees on union appointed by the Synod of the Presbyterian Church of Canada ... the United Presbyterian) Church in Canada by Presbyterian Church in Canada. Committee on Union, 1849-01-01
  4. His Dominion of Canada: A Study in the Background, Development and Challenge of the Missions of the United Church in Canada by Edmund H. OLIVER, 1932-01-01
  5. The minister and the church: An exploratory study of some characteristics and attitudes of United Church of Canada clergymen in Manitoba and Saskatchewan by V. W Larsen, 1964
  6. Baptism, marriage & burial records of the rural churches of Temiskaming: The United Church of Canada, 1909-1968 by Bruce W Taylor, 2001
  7. Claiming the social passion: The role of the United Church of Canada in creating a culture of social well-being in Canadian society by Ted Reeve, 1999
  8. Our corner of the vineyard: A history of the Bay Fortune and Souris congregations of the United Church of Canada, Prince Edward Island Presbytery, 1806-1978 by Jack R Spencer, 1978
  9. Wide windows: The story of the Woman's Missionary Society of the United Church of Canada by Jean Gordon Forbes, 1951
  10. The United Church of Canada in Wallacetown: A century of service, 1875-1975 : beginning with the story of the Methodists long ago then in Wallacetown and Tryconnell [i.e. Tyrconnell] 'till 1925 by Margaret Welch, 1975
  11. Our share of the world or The part which the churches of the United States and Canada should take in the evangelization of the world in this generation by J. Campbell White, 1929
  12. Our living faith: An interpretation of the faith of the United Church of Canada by R. C Chalmers, 1958
  13. 1845 - 1945 Melville United Church of Canada Markham Township: Historical sketch of Melville Church and of its Presbyterian background, from 1801 by Alex. D Bruce, 1945
  14. "Onward then ye people!": ... The response of the United Church of Canada to the needs and opportunities of a postwar world by R. C Chalmers, 1945

101. Rosemont United Church
A congregation of the united church of canada located at the corner of 8th Avenue and McIntosh Street in Regina.
5000 8th Ave., Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada S4T 0W3
Welcome to Rosemont United, a congregation of the United Church of Canada located at the corner of 8th Avenue and McIntosh Street in Regina, Saskatchewan. WE ARE AN INVITING CHURCH THAT SERVES JESUS CHRIST WITH JOY! Our prayer is that God will make our internet presence a blessing to you.
Thank you for suggesting these web sites:
Please click on the links to find out more.
Lumsden Beach Camp
United Church of Canada
Services Every Sunday at 10:30 am.
We provide a CHURCH SCHOOL program for children ages 3 and up during the service.
TODDLER CARE and a CRY ROOM (for infants) are also available.
Questions or suggestions? Please, feel free to contact us!

102. CNW Telbec
The united church of canada issues statement on Lent and The Passion of The Christ.TORONTO, Feb. 24 /CNW/ February 25 is Ash Wednesday and marks the
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The United Church of Canada issues statement on Lent and The Passion of The Christ
For further information: Mary-Frances Denis, Communications Officer, The United Church of Canada, (416) 231-7680 ext. 2016 (business), (416) 766-0057 (residence)
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103. Index Of /~ocospc
Rural charge in south Lambton County. Site includes sermons based on each of the Ten Commandments, email link for prayer requests, and information about the two churches.
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104. Prairie Christian Training Centre (United Church Of Canada), An Act To Provide F
Prairie Christian Training Centre (united church of canada), An Act to providefor Exemption from Taxation of Certain Property of

105. Burton Avenue United Church - Barrie, Ontario
The united church of canada is the largest Protestant denomination in Canada.We minister to over 3 million people in 3820 congregations across the country.
37 Burton Avenue Barrie, Ontario L4N 2R3
We are called to be the Church:
"To know God through Jesus Christ, and to reflect God's love as the church in a changing community and world."
Thank You for Visiting
"On Sunday we formally gather for worship as a faith community. It is a time to come together to celebrate God's presence with us - a presence which both supports and challenges our Church community to worship God in new and exciting ways."
Please join us for worship at 10:00 a.m.
A Congregation of the United Church of Canada
The United Church of Canada is the largest Protestant denomination in Canada. We minister to over 3 million people in 3820 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. Burton Avenue United Church is a Fully Accessible Building.

106. Grace United Church, Sarnia, Ontario, Canada
Grace United Church of Sarnia is an active and caring congregation of the united church of canada, located in the north end of Sarnia, Ontario, just a few blocks from the south shores of Lake Huron.
Welcome To Grace United Church Sarnia, Ontario, Canada God's grace shines in our celebrating people. We grow in faith together and share our love of Jesus Christ. We welcome challenges, confident that God will guide us. Please ENTER HERE For the GraceWorks Page Click Here
For The Swell Youth Page Click Here

This page revised May 17, 2005

107. Partners Task Force For Gay & Lesbian Couples - United Church Of Canada Support
In 1984, The united church of canada affirmed our acceptance of all human beings as Each year, the United Church, which is Canada’s largest Protestant
United Church Urges Ottawa to
Recognize Same-Sex Partnerships
Statement from the Largest Protestant Denomination in Canada

February 26, 2003 Partners Task Force
Box 9685
Seattle, WA 98109-0685
I n a presentation on February 13, 2003, The United Church of Canada suggested to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights that the committee should recommend to Parliament that the federal government adopt a legislative framework that provides the same civil recognition for heterosexual and homosexual couples. In its submission to the committee, the United Church outlined its longstanding commitment to equality rights for gays and lesbians within the church and Canadian society. In 1984, The United Church of Canada affirmed our acceptance of all human beings as persons made in the image of God, regardless of their sexual orientation. In 1988, the church affirmed that all persons who profess faith in Jesus Christ, regardless of their sexual orientation, are eligible to be considered for ordered ministry. In 1992, the General Council directed that liturgical and pastoral resources for same-sex covenants be made available to congregations. As a Protestant denomination, the United Church is part of the Christian tradition that does not regard marriage a sacrament. Procreation is not a defining aspect of marriage in the United Church. Nor does the church condemn people who decide divorce is the only option for a marriage that is fraught by unhappiness. Divorced people receive the communion of the church and may remarry someone else.

108. Montreal City Mission
A Christian social justice ministry of the united church of canada located in the urban core struggling against poverty and social isolation alongside lowincome people. Profile, programs, philosophy, and publications.
bient ôt en français! MCM MISSION STATEMENT All have the right to authentic participation in community. Montreal City Mission enables the journey from exclusion to community. MCM Action/Learning Diagram A United Church of Canada Social Justice Ministry

109. Dhimmi Watch: Dhimmitude In The United Church Of Canada
To arrive to the foolish assertions of the united church of canada or the indecentboot licking to the Arabs of the Archbishop of Canterbury,
March 03, 2004
Dhimmitude in the United Church of Canada
The United Church of Canada has produced an astounding piece of institutional suicide called "That We May Know Each Other: United Church – Muslim Relations Today." You can find a pdf of it here . (Thanks to Mentat_99.)
This document reveals a Christian church in profound confusion about its own identity and mission, adopting a posture of the most cringing dhimmitude toward Canada's rapidly increasing Muslim population. A few highlights: "The lesser jihad is the defence of Islam, or of a Muslim country or community against aggression. It may be a jihad of the pen or of the tongue. If it involves conflict, it is strictly regulated, and can only be defensive." (p. 17) The document's authors show no sign of being aware of the broad doctrine within Islamic theology, law, and history of offensive jihad, as summed up as recently as 1994 by a Shafi'i Muslim legal manual bearing the approval of Cairo's venerable and respected Al-Azhar University. This manual stipulates that the Muslim community must make "war upon Jews, Christians, and Zoroastrians . . . until they become Muslim or else pay the non-Muslim poll tax" ( 'Umdat al-Salik The UCC document also states: "Issues of human rights violations associated with Shari’ah in the press are often simply a failure to distinguish Shari’ah from issues of local custom." (p. 22)

110. United Church Resource Centre (LPRC)
The Resource Centres of the united church of canada act as local sources of supplies and services to the Christian community. The Lambton Presbytery Resource Centre is located in the heart of Sarnia, serving Sarnia and Lambton County.
The United Church of Canada
Lambton Presbytery Resource Centre
The Resource Centres of the United Church of Canada act as local sources of supplies and services to the Christian community.
The Lambton Presbytery Resource Centre is located in the heart of Sarnia, serving Sarnia and Lambton County.
Resource Centre Summer Hours
1) We will re-open with regular hours Sept. 8th at 9am. 2) 15% off selected books at the centre, come in an check them out. 3) Church Calanders are now available. If anyone needs anything please leave a message on our phone
and I will get back in touch with them.
I will be in the office one day a week to check on mail and etc. Regular hours:
Monday 9am to 1pm
Thursdays 9am to 6pm
Fridays 9am to 1pm. Colleen
Manager Lambton Presybtery Resource Centre
Mandate of the Resource Centre
Information - More about the Lambton Presbytery Resource Centre
  • Current Featured resources
  • Hours and Services
  • Location and how to get there
The Resource Centre has a wealth of material, including books, study materials, hymn books (

111. Church Messages To US Churches
The united church of canada calls for prayer in wake of US tragedy. TorontoThe united church of canada joins with brothers and sisters in the ecumenical
Church statements and actions The United Church of Canada
Press Release
Tuesday, September 11, 2001 "The United Church of Canada calls for prayer in wake of U.S. tragedy Toronto: The United Church of Canada joins with brothers and sisters in the ecumenical family around the world today in expressing shock and sadness at the horrific series of attacks and massive loss of lives in the United States The church also called on world leaders to refrain from speaking or acting rashly, not knowing by whom these deeds were committed. In a prayer posted on the United Church’s website ( ), and reproduced here, the church called on Canadians to pray for the victims and their families, as well as for those called into emergency service. PRAYER
As the cries of the bereaved rise across this continent, we turn, O God, to you in shock. We watch as this day of horror unfolds, and cannot fathom the depths of hatred and desperation that could have willed such devastation upon innocent people We, as the people of The United Church of Canada, join with others throughout the world in praying for the victims killed, maimed or wounded, and for their families and loved ones. Be near to those who grieve, we pray.

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113. Shawbridge Pastoral Charge
Manages and provides information about Morin Heights United Church and Shawbridge United Church, and links to the united church of canada.

114. Housing Again Resources Federal Budget 2001 United Church Of
The united church of canada approved an actionoriented response to the growinghomelessness crisis in Canada and championed a national Housing Charter at

115. Religion - Canadian Information By Subject
United Church Archives Network (united church of canada) united church of canada United Online a Grass Roots Network for Canada s United and Uniting

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116. United Church Of Canada Newfoundland And Labrador Conference Archives
united church of canada Newfoundland and Labrador Conference Archives. 320 ElizabethAvenue St. John s, NL A1B 1T9. Telephone (709) 7540386
United Church of Canada
Newfoundland and Labrador Conference Archives

320 Elizabeth Avenue
St. John's, NL
Telephone (709) 754-0386
Fax (709) 754-8336
Web site: Contact: Alison Piercy - Archives Staff Person Access and Support Services
The Archives is open 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday by appointment only through the assistance of volunteers; with the exception of statutory holidays. The building is fully accessible. Some records are restricted for reasons of conservation or privacy. Reference inquiries by telephone and mail are welcome. Photocopying facilities are available at cost and when time permits.
In 1980, a new office building was opened for the Newfoundland and Labrador Conference of the United Church of Canada. This building is the site of the Conference Archives. Records were moved from the old vaults at Prince of Wales College (formerly the Methodist College) and relocated to the current site. This location contains an environmentally controlled vault for storage and a research reading room. Archival Holdings The mandate of the Conference Archives is to collect, preserve, and make available to researchers materials pertaining to the United Church of Canada in Newfoundland and Labrador and its antecedent congregations. Holdings include education records, private papers, and the Wesleyana Collection donated by the late former Premier Joseph R. Smallwood. Over 100 Pastoral Charges comprise the Newfoundland and Labrador Conference and efforts are being made to consolidate their records in the Archives. These vital records date from 1794.

117. CAW-TCA CANADA: Joining The CAW
United Church Ministers Organizing Committee 10 Top Reasons to Join CAW officially launched a CAW Union drive for united church of canada clergy.

Uniting United Church Clergy and the CAW > United Church Ministers' Organizing Committee: 10 Top Reasons to Join CAW United Church Ministers' Organizing Committee: 10 Top Reasons to Join CAW
The following article was submitted to the CAW by the United Church Ministers' Organizing Committee: "On Nov. 5, 2004, Rev. Dr. David Galston and Rev. Jim Evans signed an official application for membership to the CAW. This action officially launched a CAW Union drive for United Church of Canada clergy. If you are a United Church minister and you're interested in joining the CAW you can find out more by calling or e-mailing any of the following contacts: Mike Shields, CAW National Director of Organizing - 1-800-268-5763 Ext. 763. Email: Karen Paton-Evans, organizing team member - 519-425-4546. Email: Rev. Jim Evans, organizing team member - 519-425-4546 Rev. David Galston, organizing team member - 905-577-5726 ( Rev. Del Stewart, organizing team member - 519-733-3341 ( David and Jim are part of a four-member team, including Rev. Delbert Stewart and Karen Paton-Evans (who represents the concerns of minister's families). This group has been working quietly and diligently for the past year, researching clergy abuse and employment rights infractions. They have also been seeking solutions through examining a wide variety of professional associations and unions.

118. United Church Campus Ministry
The united church of canada at the University of Alberta Or look in the whitepages under the united church of canada for a church nearest you.

The United Church of Canada at the University of Alberta
Vision Statement
  • Sharing our lives and our questions with others will enable the growth of each participant's own spirituality, intellect, and faith within the polity and ethos of the United Church of Canada, which is inclusive of all races and orientations and respectful of all creeds. BY: Acting as a catalyst we shall endeavor to integrate qualities of head and heart, spirit and body, imagination and wonder, new and traditional, leading to a deeper understanding of faith and faithful living without prejudice. THROUGH: Providing opportunities for spiritual nurture, pastoral care and opportunities for ministry where congregational members can share their faith and lives with people on campus and by connecting out of town students to local congregations. RESULTING IN: Compassionate support for students, staff and faculty, activities that will improve the lives of others, contribute to social and community betterment and enrich the lives of all who are involved.
This web page includes information on the following subjects:
The Office: How to get in touch with UCCM
United Church Campus Ministry is administered from two locations; the basement of HUB mall, Rm. 169B across from the International Centre, and in the basement of SUB, next to the Meditation Room near the book return window at the University Bookstore. UCCM Chaplain, Denise Davis-Taylor can also be contacted by campus mail, by telephone, at 492-4621(SUB) or 492-0339(HUB), or by

119. United Church Of Canada
The united church of canada welcomes serious discussion of issues within the The united church of canada was formed in 1925 by an act of Parliament,
Submission to the Panel on Accountability and Governance in the Voluntary Sector concerning proposals contained in Helping Canadians Help Canadians from The United Church of Canada October 1998 The United Church of Canada Suite 300 3250 Bloor Street West Etobicoke, Ontario M4T 2Y4 Tel. 416 231-5931 Voice mail: 416 231 7680, x 5041 e-mail: Submission to the Panel on Governance and Accountability in the Voluntary Sector The United Church of Canada welcomes serious discussion of issues within the charitable sector. The discussion paper and the panel process are helpful in gathering together in one volume many of the external matters that affect our work as a religious charity within the charitable sector and with the public. Therefore, we offer our thanks to the distinguished members of the Panel and to their staff for the time and attention they have given to this work on behalf of all of us. The United Church of Canada was formed in 1925 by an act of Parliament, following mergers of scores of denominations in the19th century and finally the union of four major denominations. The church has nearly 4,000 congregations in every part of Canada, as well as post-secondary schools, camps, homes for seniors, health care facilities in remote parts of Canada, chaplaincies, social service ministries, group homes, social development projects, research and advocacy bodies, overseas partnerships, and ancillary businesses. This document provides a brief sketch of some major issues the church would like to see addressed before the report is finalised. It also provides feedback on some of the implications we see for the church in the recommendations presented by the Panel.

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