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Toronto United Church Council is excited to introduce the "Property & Mission Review." This blog, written by Council’s new Associate Director for Property & Mission, Katja Brittain, will share insights on how congregations can best achieve their community and missional aims by making strategic decisions about the stewardship of their property. Sign up to receive fut

re editions and read the latest post to get a sense of the topics covered.

Current News

TUCC has a new informational brochure. View it here or contact us to request print copies.

TUCC's new website is coming soon! Check back soon for updates.

TUCC is hiring a summer student for a research position. Know anyone who might be interested? Read the job description here. 


Coming Events

Representatives from TUCC will be present at the Shining Waters & Horseshoe Falls/Western Ontario Waterways/Antler River Watershed Annual General Meetings (May 24-26) and the East Central Ontario annual General Meeting (May 31-June 1). Come visit our table. We'll be ready to answer any questions about how we can help connect resources with your ministry.

TUCC's 2019 Annual General Meeting will take place on Thursday June 13 from 5-8:45 pm at St. Andrews United Church (Georgetown). If you are interested in attending please RSVP to by June 1st.


Resource Highlights

Living Our Faith Stories is a resource kit of five booklets developed from Council’s partnership with Toronto Southeast Presbytery in Mission Articulation Processes (MAP) - part of the Effective Leadership pilot. In addition to an overview and prayer resources, the kit includes practical advice on exploring Context for Ministry, Setting Goals and The Missional Stretch. Contact Toronto Southeast Presbytery for copies.

In September the workbook Welcoming & Belonging – Creating a Culture of Invitation within Your Congregation was introduced to teams participating in a workshop for the Living Presence project. This is the first of a series of workbooks originally written for CCDL by Bonnie Greene and which have been re-edited for wider use.

The Amalgamations and Mergers handbook analyzes the formal and informal dynamics that come into play in the process of amalgamation and provides useful tips on how to navigate the process successfully from beginning to end. Written by Janet Marshall, formerly on staff at TUCC.

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The Toronto United Church Council works with the church community to connect resources with ministry. Offering access to professional advice, financial support and leadership development, Council helps our church address the social and spiritual challenges of the day.