St Paul's United Church, Midland, Ontario

United Church of Canada

St. Paul's United Church is a proud member of the broader base
St Paul's United Church is a proud member of the broader based United Church of Canada.
The United Church of Canada brought together the Congregational, Methodist and most Presbyterian (71 percent) churches in Canada. The new church began as, and remains, the largest non-Roman communion in Canada. Besides the members of its local congregations, the UCC has another million or more adherents among the Canadian population. In 1925, the UCC dedicated itself not only as united, but as a uniting church. In 1968, the Canada Conference of the Evangelical United Brethren Church joined the church. The United Church of Canada has a history of involvement in justice issues both in Canada and overseas, much of this coming from its Methodist and Reformed traditions of caring for people who suffer economic and social injustice.
Through the United Church of Canada we, as a local congregation, are able to participate in the evolution of our wider, faith based church family. We also participate in world wide outreach projects and international and national social justice activities sponsored and supported through the Mission and Service Fund of the United Church of Canada.
Click on the link above and discover how the United Church of Canada accepts its responsibility to reach out into our Country and our World to speak up for and to provide support to the disenfranchised and downtrodden of society. This outreach is supported by the Mission and Service Fund (M&S) of the United Church.
You might also be interested in opening the United Church site on YouTube to view a variety of videos about church outreach projects.
Elsewhere on St. Paul's web site you will find an evolving statement of our Beliefs. In addition we also subscribe to the Beliefs as outlined by the United Church of Canada.