Bruce McLeod (clergyman)
|The Very Reverend Dr.|
N. Bruce McLeod
|25th Moderator of the United Church of Canada|
|Church||United Church of Canada|
|In office||1972 - 1974|
|Predecessor||Arthur B. B. Moore|
|Successor||Wilbur K. Howard|
1930 (age 85–86)|
University of Toronto|
Union Theological Seminary
Once the minister of Bloor Street United Church in downtown Toronto and a frequent columnist in the United Church Observer, as Moderator McLeod practised extensive outreach via television and by ministry in shopping malls and elsewhere in the world beyond traditional congregational worship. He envisioned a United Church of Canada that would become more open and welcoming to new ideas than had previously been the case, and one in which regional sensibilities as to then-current issues such as abortion would be given credibility. During his term, McLeod also succeeded in encouraging more friendly relations between Jews and the United Church of Canada.
- Bonisteel, Roy (1973-04-16). "Bruce McLeod". Man Alive. CBC. Retrieved 2009-08-30.
- Macleod, Donald (April 1987). "Review: A Lover's Quarrel with the World (R. Maurice Boyd); City Sermons: Preaching from a Downtown Church (Bruce McLeod)". Theology Today. Princeton Theological Seminary. Retrieved 2009-08-30.
- Genizi, Haim (2002). The Holocaust, Israel, and Canadian Protestant churches. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press. p. 160. doi:10.1353/ajh.2004.0015. ISBN 978-0-7735-2401-9.
Arthur B. B. Moore
|Moderator of the United Church of Canada
| Succeeded by|
Wilbur K. Howard