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The United Church of Canada
United Church of Canada
Information about the history and activities of the church including books, TV programs and outreach activities.

Affirm United

Affirm United 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.        
21st Waterloo Scout Troop This troup meets in Westminster's community room
TheRecord.com The Record’s online faith page
United Online This is a grassroots network for United and uniting churches. This site links together United Church members and adherents in a more responsive, informal way than is possible on official websites. Includes a chat site.
Five Oaks   An education and retreat centre of the United Church offering individual and group activities and events.
Hamilton Conference Westminster is in the Hamilton Conference of the United Church of Canada. This is the area bounded by Mississauga, Kitchener-Waterloo, Tobermory and Niagara
Wood Lake Books Wood Lake Publishing was founded in 1980 by Ralph and Beverly Milton, and Jim and Joan Taylor. Initially a small kitchen-table operation, the company has grown over the past 30 years to become one of Canada’s most respected independent, ecumenical Protestant publishers, with approximately 200 titles in print.
Seasons of the Spirit Seasons of the Spirit is a lectionary-based resource created in community with congregations from different denominations around the world.
United Church Observer The magazine of the United Church of Canada.
Church Locator Church locator for United Church congregations or pastoral charges.
Temple Shalom The Temple that we share the Cedars with
Common Links Fraser Presbytery of B.C. provides COMMON LINKS for the United Church of Canada as a ministry service. This is an easy way to link to other United Churches in Canada
Habitat for Humanity  Habitat for Humanity of Waterloo Region with links to International and Canada websites.
VisionTV VisionTV is the only multifaith and multicultural television network in the world. As an independent, not-for-profit public service broadcaster, it is dedicated to presenting programs that celebrate Canada’s diversity and promote understanding and tolerance between people of different faiths and cultures.
Ship of Fools An online magazine for “people who prefer disorganized religion to the organized kind,” according to editor Simon Jenkins. His co-editor chimes in: “We are bored by the dull conservatism of most Christian periodicals.” So Ship of Fools has been running a series on “the popes, saints and clerics who weren’t so much holy fools as religious imbeciles”, sent its Mystery Worshipper to report on a charismatic preacher in Las Vegas, keeps a collection of “sermon blunders”, and recently was able to announce the marketing of a white plastic gadget that turns your iPod Shuffle into a cross you can wear on a lanyard around your neck. The magazine features are accompanied by a lively online community, including Heaven, Hell and Purgatory bulletin boards, where “shipmates” debate everything from “Religion and Buffy the Vampire Slayer” to the status of Mormonism and “Hitchcock and Catholic Guilt”. Oh, and there’s a Caption Contest: most recently a photo of a nun in white robes on the basketball court.
Bible Gateway the place to look up Bible passages in many English translations as well as Creole, Swedish and Bulgarian