Information & Updates related to the mission and vision of Pacific Mountain Regional Council, The United Church of Canada, and our denominational presence in the world.
You'll find posts about staffing, governance, support, and ministries, as well as messages from the PMR Executive Minister and President, and key United Church leadership, and important invitations for Pacific Mountain region people.
Pacific Mountain Region News
Click for image below for the updated Safety Protocols for Communities of Faith and Ministries in the Pacific Mountain Regional Council, and find more information on our COVID-19 support page.Read More >>
Dear United Church worship and church leaders across BC, As you know the BC Government unveiled its re-opening plan this week. Combined with gratitude for BC’s vaccine roll out and …Read More >>
In honour of Asian Heritage Month, Regional Archives Committee member Renée Sarojini Saklikar sends us this excerpt about her father, the late Rev. Dr. Vasant Saklikar: “In 1977, Vasant accepted …Read More >>
Our story – Learning from Commissioners of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission about Bill C-15 and how to support it.
We recently attended a webinar organized by Faith in the Declaration, a coalition of Canadian faith houses and faith organizations working together to support the implementation of the UN Declaration …Read More >>
All details about Registering, the June 3rd Financial Forum, submitting Nominations are within this newsletter GM2021 Message 2 (click). Details on how to submit Proposals (including next General Council’s proposals) …Read More >>
For our second installment, the Regional Archives brings us to the annual Cherry Blossom Bazaar — a decades-old tradition of the Vancouver Japanese United Church. Lots of baking, maki and inari …Read More >>
We are thankful for the work of Tony Snow, John Snow Jr and the willingness of Rev Lee Spice, Cheryl Bear, and Rev Cameron Lansdowne in creating these Red Dress …Read More >>
As May begins, the Regional Archives will be helping us celebrate and promote Asian Heritage Month by featuring a vignette from our history. For this first feature, we visit Vancouver’s Chinatown. …Read More >>