Check some of the books available to borrow at NUC.

Hear from Ruth Wood, a United Church Minister from Kingston, Ontario. Listen to her story of coming out to her congregation. Learn from her story as she shares her new journey in life as a transgender person. She shares her theological reflection on acceptance and love.

Heterosexual privilege refers to the benefits that heterosexual people automatically have and are often denied to lesbians, gay men, transgender and bisexual people in a heterosexist culture. The benefits may be social or legal. LGTBQ2SIA+ people are likely to run into heterosexual privilege on a daily basis. This document is a helpful reminder of the privileges that exist for some and not for others.

Reaching Out is a group at Brechin United Church that connects and supports LGBTQ2SIA+ people and their allies in the community. The purpose of Reaching ‘Out’ is to offer supportive space to connect, meet new people, build community, socialize, have fun, join in discussions on topics of interest (including guest speakers and films).

Learn about the history of LGBTQ2SIA+ rights and the United Church of Canada in this detailed timeline of national highlights.

Join pie-loving hosts Stéphane and Pam as they introduce the PIE acronym and as five Affirming ministries tell their stories about their Public, Intentional, and Explicit work and welcome for LGBTQ2SIA+ people.

Reflect on your own recipes and possibilities for further LGBTQ2SIA+ inclusion in your community, on PIE day, and year round!