The following links are offered for your convenience. All are to external pages and will open in a new window.
The United Church of Canada site contains a great deal of information about our denomination, including many useful links to current happenings and important resources.
The Manual, 2016, is the 37th edition of this important resource for members and organized bodies of the United Church and can be viewed or downloaded free from this link.
Our Sunday Schools use The Whole People of God online material. This link provides our teachers with access to those resources, using the log-in information provided by the Superintendents.
Net Ministries, Inc provides an online Biblical Words Pronunciation Guide which can be very helpful especially for those who have volunteered to read the Scriptures during our worship.
The oremus Bible Browser site provides convenient online access to the New Revised Standard Version (NRSV) of the Bible, allowing the user to search by passage or by individual word or phrase.
Prince Edward Island Presbytery provides oversight and support to all the Pastoral Charges on the Island. Each of our congregations elects a Presbytery delegate to attend to this important work.
The United Church Resource Distribution site provides a great place to browse and shop for United Church-produced books, e-books, DVDs, CDs, and merchandise, plus Bibles, recommended reads, and church supplies.
This link connects to the website of the Consultation on Common Text (www.commontexts.org) where daily and weekly lectionary readings are available to download. Please note: Year A continues until November 26, 2017, and then we follow Year B until the following Advent.
Thanks to Jenee Woodard who describes herself as an 'amateur scholar of Church History and Biblical Studies', this very helpful site - The Text This Week - features a wide variety of resources for study and liturgy based on the 3-year Revised Common Lectionary* cycle.
Maritime Conference of The United Church of Canada encompasses New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, the Gaspe coast of Quebec, and Bermuda. More than 80,000 members call the United Church their home denomination in this region, worshipping in 519 congregations.
Founded in 1829, The United Church Observer is the oldest continuously published magazine in North America. It has garnered more awards for writing than any other Canadian religious publication.
FOR 2017 - For most worship services, our congregations generally follow the Revised Common Lectionary. This link to the United Church site provides resources for each week.
Published four times a year, Gathering is a worship planning magazine for ministers and lay leaders, music directors, and United Church of Canada worship committees.