Maritime Conference United Church Women UCW Day at Berwick Camp – August 3rd UCW Day at Berwick United Church Camp Aug. 3, 2016 at 2:00 PM. L’Arch “Home fires” Wolville will present the program for the afternoon. They will present a history of their organization, a picture of their present day work and show articles […]Read More
The Maritime Conference UCW joins with the National UCW and has accepted their 4 year plan on the Child Well – being Initiative. Some statistics which shows the rate of poverty – overall 13%, NB, 10.5%; NS and 9.5%; PEI. The MCUCW are formulating a committee to act for “the Child Well – Being Initiative”. Let […]Read More
Child poverty is clearly a problem across Canada. The “Child Well Being Initiative” (CWBI) is the National UCW project for the next four years. This initiative began in Alberta North-West Conference five years ago, and has been able to increase the awareness of the situation, especially with elected officials in their service area. The support of […]Read More
By Reta Manuel The pictures are of Catherine MacLean President of Maritime Conference UCW and Sandra Carr President of Halifax Presbyterial displaying UCW table at Maritime Conference. Items shown are the sleeping Mats for Haiti and other items made by various UCW’s. You can see the large bags made for shipping the mats These bags were made […]Read More
Read new editions of Spread the News, a monthly email “keeping in touch” with Chignecto Presbytery UCW groups. Often there is news of interest to all UCW groups throughout the conference! Spread the News February 2017 Spread the News January 2017 Spread the News December 2016 Spread the News November 2016 Spread the News October […]Read More
The Central Archives of The United Church of Canada is working on a project called “Making Room for Women” which is a “coordinated effort to identify and preserve personal papers of women in The United Church of Canada and the records of organizations in which they have participated.” Help us tell the stories of women’s leadership in the church.