We believe that God’s radical hospitality calls Manitou Conference to:
- Journey into new ways of being church and,
- Understand and engage with the struggle for dignity and economic justice for our neighbours and God’s Creation
If you have an article, picture or event that you would like posted on the Manitou Conference website, please contact Susan Whitehead, Office Coordinator at (705) 474-3350 or by email at: [email protected]
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What’s New on the Site:
The Manitou Conference office has sustained significant damage in a fire on September 25th, 2015, that police have deemed arson.
A temporary office has been established at Emmanuel United Church at 395 Lakeshore Avenue in North Bay (P1A 2C5) until sometime in mid-Novmeber. We hope to return to Omond Memorial once the renovations are complete, although it will be to another area of the building, as our offices will not be ready until next spring.
Our phone number is the same and messages can be left for staff at (705) 474-3350. Due to where the office now presides in Emmanuel, we ask that you please call first before coming to: a) ensure someone is there, and b) so that someone will be at the door to greet you.
Please continue to send mail to:
319 McKenzie Avenue
North Bay, ON P1B 7E3
We are grateful for the many prayers and good wishes from across the Conference and the wider Church. Thank you for your patience in these challenging days!
Manitou Conference Staff
MILC Online Book Study
In response to the publication of the report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada, the Manitou Intentional Learning Community (MILC) invites you to engage your hearts and minds with the issues around residential schools by sharing your reflections on reading Richard Wagamese’s novel, Indian Horse. Click here for more information.
Camp Lorrain Donations:
If you would like to make an online donation to Camp Lorrain, please click the Pay Pal Donate button below. THANK YOU!!!
Check out the What We Do tab to see new updates from KAIROS: Canadian Ecumenical Justice Initiatives, Right Relations Home Group activities and Care for Creation resources from Jim and Donna Sinclair.
Look at our new Crest! Click here to learn about its history.
Right Relations Home Group (RRHG)
To learn more about the the Right Relatons Home Group, the Manitou Art Collection and more, click here or go to the “What We Do” drop-down menu to the RRHG page. Below, you will find the first in a series of communiques prepared by our Manitou Right Relations Home Group. With the endorsement of Conference Executive, the intention is to offer a brief, monthly reflection that we hope will find a forum somewhere in your congregational life.
Manitou Conference Handbook
Letters from the General Secretary
The General Secretary of the United Church of Canada, Nora Sanders, sends out letters to the UCC.
Engaging the priorities
Pastoral Charge Vacancies
Click here for Vacancies around Manitou Conference.