Links of Interest

Links of Interest - Centretown United Church

Here are some links to the wider Church and to topics and causes of particular interest to our family at Centretown United.

United Church of Canada
Montreal & Ottawa Conference
Ottawa Presbytery
Centre 507
Ottawa Community Laundry Co-op
Dalhousie Food Cupboard

Centretown Emergency Food Centre

Centretown Churches Social Action Committee (CCSAC) 

Dignity For All  - the campaign for a poverty-free Canada

Multifaith Housing Initiative (MHI)  - to provide and promote affordable home space in Ottawa

Church Council on Justice and Corrections  - serves as a shining light for restorative approaches to justice and corrections

Shannen's Dream - safe and comfy schools and culturally based education for First Nations children and youth

Citizens for Public Justice  - encourages citizens, leaders in society and governments to support policies and practices which reflect God's call for love, justice and stewardship

First Nations Child & Family Caring Society - "Our Vision:  A generation of First Nations children who have the same opportunities to succeed, celebrate their culture and be proud of who they are as other children in Canada" 

The Canadian Council of Churches - the largest ecumenical body in Canada whose 23 member churches represent 85% of the Christians in Canada. See their "Canadian Interfaith Call for Leadership and Action on Climate Change".

The Ottawa School of Theology & Spirituality - "Connecting People on the Path of Faith and Learning". Provides opportunities for people of all faiths and people of no particular faith to learn about, explore, and discuss theology and related topics.

The United Church Observer - the United Church Magazine - articles of interest to United Church members and others

Faith and Arts Ottawa - "Creativity, Imagination, Spirituality, and the Arts" - an experiment in exploring faith and spirituality through the use of the imagination and the creative arts. 

The key to ending homelessness- Every year 235,000 Canadians experience homelessness. Send an email to the government to let them know that Canada needs a plan to end homelessness.