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Wesley UC becomes Affirming (St. Andrews, NB)

Wesley United Church in St. Andrews, NB is holding an Affirming Celebration on Sun. September 25th at 10:00am. You are invited to join us for this celebration or to send messages of congratulations via Affirm United. Please click here to view a poster for the event.


Job Posting: Communications and Administrative Support (Part-time)-FSLDW/Regional Council 15

Fundy St. Lawrence Dawning Waters and Regional Council 15 is seeking an individual to fill the role of Communications and Administrative Support on a permanent part-time basis, 21 hours per week. Please click here for the full job posting.


Part-time Music Director needed for Visions United – Moncton, NB

Seeking musician whose weekly responsibilities will include music coordination with the minister, one choir rehearsal, and keyboard leadership during Sunday worship: also responsible for occasional special celebrations music. An upright piano and electric piano are provided. Position is for 10 hours per week with salary based on the RCCO table.

For more details related to the position or sending resume please contact Charene Slupsky (Chair of Ministry and Personnel) at slupskyc@gmail.com


Vacancy – Ordained Minister, Trinity-Clifton United Church, Charlottetown (PE)

Trinity-Clifton United Church, Charlottetown, PE is looking for a full-time Ordained Minister. Qualified candidates can view the Trinity Profile with Position Description on ChurchHub.


You’re invited to the KAIROS Atlantic Fall Gathering!

KAIROS: Canadian Ecumenical Justice Initiatives is a Canadian faith-based human rights & ecological justice movement that is active nationally, regionally and locally.

We hope you can join us for Building Hope for Atlantic Canada: Water, Land, Air and Food for All.

This is a hybrid event; join us on Zoom or in-person at St. Andrews United Church, corner of Coburg Rd. and Robie St., Halifax on Saturday, October 1st, 2:00 – 6:00 PM ADT.

Click here to see a poster and click here for the registration link.

Please pass this invitation on to your friends, churches and networks. All are welcome and encouraged to attend.

See you there!


Stewardship News

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We know you want to grow generous disciples. We want to help. Let’s do it together.

Registration is now open for our Fall Called To Be The Church: The Journey Program. This 4-week Stewardship Training could make a real difference in your community of faith! For more information read here. Or contact Roger Janes (rjanes@united-church.ca). To register for our October sessions, click here.


Save the Date: FSLDW Region Affirm Committee Webinar

Save the Date: Thursday, October 20, 2022, 7 pm Zoom Webinar

Neurodiversity with Rev. Shelley Pick presented by the Fundy St. Lawrence Dawning Waters Region Affirm Committee.


Guaranteed Liveable Income Update

From The Vancouver Sun:

On Wednesday, September 14, hundreds of representatives of B.C.’s local governments heard impassioned arguments for and against the long-debated concept of basic income, and narrowly voted to ask Ottawa to pursue such a program.

Delegates at the Union of B.C. Municipalities’ annual convention in Whistler endorsed a resolution calling on the federal government to implement a guaranteed, livable basic income, “ensuring everyone has sufficient income to meet their needs, which would go a long way toward eradicating poverty and homelessness, alleviating the pressure on municipalities to use their limited resources to fill gaps in our failing social safe net.”

Victoria Coun. Jeremy Loveday introduced the resolution, saying basic income can be cost-effective, and “a potential solution to the crushing poverty we see in all of our communities.”

Click here for the full article.