Stillspeaking. It's the shorter form of "God is still speaking," a campaign by the United Church of Christ to remind us that God still has a lot more to say. Since 2004, Stillspeaking has worked with thousands of UCC churches and individuals across the country to make religion relevant again and to extend an extravagant welcome to all—because no matter who you are, or where you are on life's journey, you're welcome here. Here at the United Church of Christ.
Stillspeaking is Continuing Testament
Inspiration for the campaign was found in John Robinson, pastor to the Pilgrims, who pointed to the future saying, "Do not cling to where Luther and Calvin have brought you, for God hath yet more truth and light to break forth from his holy word." View the UCC’s Firsts Timeline and be inspired.
God is still speaking means we listen for the Stillspeaking God.
Stillspeaking is Extravagant Welcome
Stillspeaking is Changing Lives
In 2004 and 2005 the UCC ads the Bouncer and the Ejector propelled the campaign into the news with its bold message of Extravagant Welcome for all.
Hundreds of UCC members have shared testimonies of their lives being changed. Their expressions of faith, Changing Lives, speak to how their lives have been changed by the Stillspeaking God working and speaking through the UCC.
Why the Comma?
There's a lot to the UCC Comma.
The comma was inspired by the Gracie Allen quote, "Never place a period where God has placed a comma."
For the UCC the Comma is a new way to proclaim "Our Faith is 2,000 years old, our thinking is not."
The Comma invites us to believe that God speaks through other people, nature, music, art, a theorem, the Bible, and in so many other ways.
The Comma pin reminds us of the unusual religious freedom and responsibility to engage the Bible with our own unique experiences, questions, and ideas.
The Comma reminds us to balance our rich religious past with openness to the new ideas, new people, and new possibilities of the future.
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