Welcome to Regional Council 15

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Mission

Inspired by God, we are Christ’s people in Bermuda and NS,
loving each other,
following Jesus,
empowered by the Holy Spirit.

Vision

To become a transformed, courageous, Spirit-filled community,
risking discipleship based on the radical love of Jesus.

Core Values

Connecting and strengthening communities of faith by:

  • Living into expansive belonging
  • Growing compassionate leadership
  • Nurturing creative ways of Christian vitality
  • Uniting by effective communication
  • Sharing and living the Good News
  • Modelling Christ’s humility and justice
  • Moving forward in hope and generosity

Recent Posts

Weekly Announcements – November 25, 2020

NEWS AND UPDATES FROM FUNDY ST. LAWRENCE DAWNING WATERS (FSLDW) AND REGIONAL COUNCIL 15 (RC15) ________________ Please send announcements to trose@united-church.ca www.ucceast.ca  Staff Directory Emergency Response Memo's Regional Council 15 (RC15)        Emergency...

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United Memorial Young People’s Union

Let's go back in time to February 1945 at United Memorial Church (now part of Hope United Church) in Halifax. Judging by their newsletter, The Young People's Union, or U.M.Y.P.U. as they referred to themselves, was very active. The U.M.Y.P.U. didn't do so well in...

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Weekly Announcements – November 18, 2020

NEWS AND UPDATES FROM FUNDY ST. LAWRENCE DAWNING WATERS (FSLDW) AND REGIONAL COUNCIL 15 (RC15) ________________ Please send announcements to trose@united-church.ca www.ucceast.ca  Staff Directory Emergency Response Memo's Regional Council 15 (RC15)        Emergency...

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Ukulele Church

Ukulele Church Email Catherine Stuart cstuart@united-church.ca for the zoom link.

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For the lovely basket of fruit and goodies…

St. James United Church in Petitcodiac, New Brunswick recently celebrated an anniversary. In honor of the occasion, here are some images from a record of gift baskets sent out to members of the community by the Junior Sunday School class for 1950-1953. It appears as...

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