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ECORC News

We will post information and news items produced by the East Central Ontario Regional Council (ECORC) here as they become available.

 

Materials for 2019 fall business meeting

Materials for 2019 fall business meeting

NEW: Budget actuals AGENDA ECORC November 9 2019 agenda   PRIORITIES named June 2019 RESPONSE SHEETS Response Sheet for individuals Table Group Governance Responses   MINUTES AND APPENDICES The minutes of the Inaugural General Meeting (May 31 – June 2)...

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Inaugural meeting decisions

Here are the decisions reached at the inaugural meeting of the East Central Ontario Regional Council at their meeting in Lindsay, Ontario May 31-June 2, 2019. The full minutes will be available in advance of the November 9 follow-up meeting....

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Job Opening: Education Youth Leader

Westdale United Church in Peterborough, Ontario is looking to hire an Education Youth Leader, who will enthusiastically relate to our senior youth group, by providing faith-based studies on Sundays and leading a variety of planned activities, twice...

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Ministry of Supervision Course

Queen’s College School of Theology (NL) and the United Church Office of Vocation will be offering an on-line certificate in Ministry of Supervision. The Certificate in Ministry of Supervision provides participants with the information and skills to mentor individuals...

RSS United Church of Canada

  • COP25 Delegation Announcement November 26, 2019
       Meet the United Church delegation heading to UN Climate Negotiations (COP25) in Madrid.
  • New Disability Justice Video November 22, 2019
       In this video, Lynda Katsuno reflects on the work that still needs to be done in the church so people with disabilities can fully participate.
  • Hurricane Dorian: Recovery and Reconstruction October 31, 2019
      Hurricane Dorian, a powerful category 5 hurricane, caused devastation in the Bahamas in early September 2019. United Church people have given over $147,000 for church partners working on the ground in affected regions.