UCC leadership encourages immigration reform, blasts Ariz. law April 30, 2010
In a statement issued April 30, UCC General Minister and President the Rev. Geoffrey A. Black and Executive Minister for Justice and Witness Ministries the Rev. Linda M. Jaramillo, called Arizona's new immigration legislation "nothing less than a modern day Jim Crow law."
N.H. Conference advocates Nuclear Test Ban Treaty March 25, 2010
As the United States and Russia draw close to a new agreement that would replace the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START) arms-control agreement, which expired in December 2009, the UCC in New Hampshire has called for an all-out ban on nuclear testing.
Ecumenical advocates gather in Washington, D.C. March 19, 2010
Delegates from around the UCC will join over 700 policy makers, expert speakers and representatives from global regions will join church leaders and grassroots activists in reflecting on the 2010 Ecumenical Advocacy Days conference theme, "A Place to Call Home: Immigrants, Refugees, and Displaced Peoples."
Offering of Letters strives to take bite out of hunger March 11, 2010
Following efforts of previous years, members of more than 50 UCC churches are again picking up their pens and putting their compassion onto paper, urging their Congressional representatives to help Bread for the World alleviate hunger in the United States.
UCC-led group files complaint with IRS over D.C. 'church' February 24, 2010
UCC-led group files complaint A group of 13 mainline Protestant pastors – including several from the United Church of Christ – has filed a letter of complaint with the Internal Revenue Service, claiming that a townhouse on Capitol Hill that provides inexpensive lodging and meals for conservative Christian members of Congress is not a church, and that it should not hold the tax-exempt status afforded a house of worship.