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The United Church of Canada

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


To become a transformed, courageous, Spirit-filled community, risking discipleship based on the radical love of Jesus that welcomes all people, including but not limited to people of all sexual orientations, gender identities, skin colour, race, creed, age, cultural background, economic status, language, and ability, to fully participate in all aspects of our life and work.

Core Values

Connecting and strengthening communities of faith by:

  • Living into expansive and inclusive 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

Click here to view the Strategic Plan.

Recent Posts

Regional Council 15 Weekly Announcements June 23, 2021

Regional Council 15 Weekly Announcements June 23, 2021

NEWS AND UPDATES FROM 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)        Making Hope Visible - Podcast To view upcoming programs at the Tatamagouche...

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Ukulele Church Camp!

Ukulele Church Camp!

Click for a PDF File of a Ukulele Church Poster to share with your community. From July 19-23, 2021, join Linnea Good and Catherine Stuart for a week of Ukulele Church: Camp! On Zoom! Each day from 1pm-2:15pm Atlantic.  To Register, open the poster link and click on...

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6 posts, 24 studs, and 52 joists

6 posts, 24 studs, and 52 joists

The price of lumber has been in the news a lot lately so I thought it would be neat to show some lumber related records from the 1800s. The information is from the minute book of the Building Committee of Higginsville Methodist Church in Nova Scotia (later became...

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