UCC General Minister and President the Rev. John Dorhauer speaks out in support of a North Carolina pastor who resigned his position because of the attention his remarks against white supremacy and racism have focused on his church.
The leaders of the United Church of Christ will continue to stand with and speak out on behalf of more than 800,000 young people in this country who have applied for and received protection from deportation under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, a program eliminated today by the Trump administration.
Churches across Texas are banding together to get the people of the Houston and coastal areas ravaged by Hurricane Harvey what they need most right now — cash, clean up buckets, hygiene kits, and gift cards.
The United Church of Christ General Synod in Baltimore was jam-packed with justice, for our neighbors, our immigrant brothers and sisters, and planet Earth. Relive the experience.
They may be separated from the people in Texas and Louisiana who have been hit hard by Harvey by thousands of miles, but members of the wider United Church of Christ want those suffering to know that they stand with them, and will do all they can to help them recover.
Countless people across the United Church of Christ and other progressive denominations were troubled and angered when the Nashville Statement was released Tuesday by a coalition of conservative Christians, but a UCC pastor in Michigan took matters into her own hands, for the love of her neighbors.
For individuals and congregations across the United Church of Christ wondering how they can help the victims affected by Hurricane Harvey… disaster coordinators are urging them to assemble cleanup buckets and to send donations to the denomination's emergency appeal — two components that will be crucial to the long-term recovery from the storm's destruction.
When hurricanes or floods strike, we often witness a remarkable mobilization of compassion through charitable giving and volunteerism.
The leadership of the United Church of Christ is denouncing the "Nashville Statement" by reasserting the inclusive positions adopted by the General Synod that celebrate the diversity of humanity.
They knew it wouldn't be a popular idea in their Southern California community. But the members of Menifee United Church of Christ voted after worship Aug. 27 to become a sanctuary church. And if the congregants weren't sure members of their community were in opposition to their decision, the protest outside their building Sunday morning proved it.