Member Denominations

 

The Canadian Council of Churches and the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops co-founded The Church Council on Justice and Corrections in 1972. CCJC was formed to unite denominations to promote a faith view of justice.   Many of our denominations are also actively involved in the area of justice. Our ten member denominations listed below appoint the majority of board members. 

The Anglican Church of Canada

For information about the ACC’s work in social justice click here.

Baptist Convention of Ontario and Quebec

For information about Baptist’s work in social justice click here.

Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops

For information about the Catholic Connections in Restorative Justice click here.

Canadian Friends Service Committee (Quakers)

For information about Quakers Fostering Justice click here.

Christian Reformed Churches of North America

For information about the CRCNA’s work in restorative justice click here.

Disciples of Christ in Canada

For information about the Disciples of Christ’s work in the area of justice click here.

 

Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada

For information about the ELCC’s work in compassionate justice click here.

Mennonite Central Committee Canada

For information about MCC Canada’s work in restorative justice click here.

 

The Presbyterian Church in Canada

For information about the PCC’s Justice Ministries click here.

The United Church of Canada

For information about the UCC’s work in social justice click here.

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