Serving the Regional Council
Councils, working groups, and advisory groups of the Regional Council are powered by United Church volunteers. People of the Regional Council are invited to be deeply involved the areas of church governance and leadership that they have experience in, or passion for. Click here to learn more about the Nominations Committee and what it means to volunteer for the regional council.
Current Regional Council Openings
Pastoral Relations Council
Are you interesting in the work of policy, practice, and procedure? The Pastoral Relations Council is seeking 3-5 new members to help support the mission of the PMRC. The Terms of Reference outline the role of the Pastoral Relations Council and its sub-committees. To achieve diversity in our membership, we are seeking specifically, but not limited to: younger folx, Indigenous and Racialized Members, Diaconal Ministers and Laity.
Pastoral Relations Working Group
Do you like paperwork and reviewing call and appointment forms for ministry personnel moving to, from and within the Region? The Pastoral Relations Council is seeking 1 new member. The Terms of Reference for the Pastoral Relations Council describe the role of the Pastoral Relations Working Group (on page 2). To achieve diversity in our membership, we are seeking specifically, but not limited to: Indigenous and Racialized Members.
Lay Leadership Support Committee
Do you have a desire to promote the role of lay people in your community of faith and surrounding area? The Lay Leadership Committee is seeking 1 new member. The Terms of Reference for the Pastoral Relations Council describe the responsibility of the Lay Leadership (Support) Committee (on page 2). To achieve diversity in our membership, we are seeking specifically, but not limited to: Indigenous and Racialized members, Designated Lay or Laity.
Finance Advisory Council
Are you a money person? The Finance Advisory Council makes recommendations to the Executive Minister about the future financial plan for the Pacific Mountain Regional Council. The FAC is seeking 2 - 3 new members.
3-Point Housing Society
The 3-Point Housing Society is an Incorporated Society (BC) and non-profit organization whose purpose is to acquire, develop and operate non-profit residential accommodations, providing affordable housing for low- and moderate-income households.
Community Renewal Society
The Community Renewal Society exists to advance religion by providing support to congregations and other ministries of The United Church of Canada particularly by encouraging congregational renewal, establishing, developing, maintaining, repairing and improving places of worship, supporting the creation of alternative models of ministry and new forms of communities of faith, and relieving poverty through residential accommodation. The work of the CRS are closely tied to the work and priorities of the Pacific Mountain Regional Council.
Current Employment Opportunities
Royal Canadian Chaplain Services (RCChS) of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) -part time ministry opportunity for an Ordained Minister The CAF has Primary Reserve Units …