United Church was one of the Religions practiced in After the End. The United Church was part of the Christian religious group and was considered an heresy of the Anglican faith.
"The United Church was created in the early 20th century to unite the Presbyterian, Methodist, and Congregationalist churches in Canada. The United Church was once widely followed throughout Anglophone Canada shortly after the Event, but it was overtaken by and largely replaced with Anglicanism over the course of the past two centuries. Mainstream Anglicans view the United Church as a threat to the religious unity of Canada, and it has been heavily suppressed by the Anglican hierarchy. Today, the United Church only enjoys widespread support in its birthplace of Toronto and in those areas of old Ontario outside of the King's jurisdiction." ― In-game description of United Church
Born before the Event, the United Church was once largely widespread in the Anglophone Canada. However, it has largely been displaced by Anglicans over the last two hundred years, making the United Church fall out of power and largely replacing it. Lastly, it has been deemed an heresy of the Anglican faith, who view the United Church as a threat to Canadian unification. It has a few holdings in Ontarian duchies and on the northern Coast of Lake Superior.
Playable United Church characters in 2666
- Earl Michael Hobbs of Lakehead;
- Earl Scott Pilgrim of Greenstone;
Vassalized by a different faith
- Earl Lester Montrose of Oshawa;
- Canoness Breaca of Muskoka;
Rulers can order unlanded courtiers to take the vows. There is no penalty against female rulers or heirs, and women can own temple holdings. There is (and can be) no religious head.
As of 2666, United Church has a 25.0 moral authority.
A temple holder of the United Church faith is called a Bishop.
- Like many other religions in the game, United Church is an existing faith. There is actually more than one United Church, but the one in the game is based on the United Church of Canada.