The CUC, through its small but dedicated staff, provides support for congregations and UU leaders across the country, fostering growth, vitality, and resilience. This support and engagement include board governance, financial sustainability, ministerial transitions, lifespan religious education, youth and young adult engagement, spiritual growth, social justice, refugee sponsorship, truth and reconciliation with Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples, and more.
Full details about CUC programs and resources are available on the website, www.cuc.ca, especially in the Congregations and Leaders section.
The CUC’s Board of Trustees is elected at the Annual General Meeting, attended by delegates from congregations across the country. The Board is responsible for governing the organization and sets long term visions and goals, and monitors the outcomes. Find out more about how the CUC is governed, and about its Board of Trustees.