"Many Gifts, One Spirit"

Our congregation and minister invite you to  join us in worship.

Our Sunday services are held at 10:30am weekly at our church building in Whitehorse. You can also watch them online live-streamed on facebook, or afterwards on our YouTube channel.

You'll find other ways to engage with our community under the Church Life section of this website. Please contact us if you have any questions.


Welcome to Our Church!

Minister Rev Beverly C.S. Brazier welcomes you to Whitehorse United Church.

What does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God?

Micah 6:8

News & Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

  • Oct 20 Eritrean Supper pickup at church 4:30-5:30 (traditional Eritrean food at $15.00/person - order by October 18 ermiasshushay@gmail.com)

Check out the latest newsletter 

Whitehorse United Church participating in Pride Parade - August 2023

A New Minister - Frances Kitson

Rev. Bev Brazier retired at the end of June.

Along with the sadness of Bev's leaving us we are joyful that at the Congregational Meeting there was unanimous vote to extend a call to Frances Kitson.

Frances was ordained by the Pacific Mountain Region on June 4, 2023.  She started her ministry here on August 1, 2023.  She is excited to come to the Yukon and serve with us.  And we are equally looking forward to getting to know her.


What to Expect at a Sunday Morning Service

We welcome you to join us for Sunday worship!

Many churches have different “rhythms” of worship. We've prepared a page here on the website that describes what to expect at a Sunday service at Whitehorse United Church.

How to Donate

Whitehorse United Church welcomes donations. You can donate online using CanadaHelps.org, an online donation portal for Canadian Charities which will provide you with a receipt for your donation. (Other ways to give.)

We are set up to receive donations to General Funds, to cover general operating expenses of Whitehorse United Church and its programs. In future, we hope to identify and designate ways that donations can be more specifically directed.