After President Trump issued an executive order reversing a policy to separate migrant families at the border, UCC General Minister and President the Rev. John Dorhauer is urging people of faith to keep up the pressure – pushing the government to change the 'zero tolerance' immigration policy.
A UCC minister in Tucson who provided pastoral care in a Homeland Security detention center for children in Arizona weighs in on ways people of faith can change the detention of immigrant children brought into the U.S.
A group of churches in the Highline area south and west of Seattle has organized an ecumenical effort to support immigrants being held at the Federal Detention Center, Sea-Tac (FDC Sea-Tac), 12 miles south of downtown.
The Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island Conferences of the United Church of Christ made history Saturday, voting overwhelmingly to form a new unified Conference.
A UCC pastor at the United States border with Mexico is supporting migrants in an almost hopeless situation. It's a crisis at the Arizona border that is overwhelming available humanitarian resources.
The National Leadership of the United Church of Christ calls on the people of the denomination's almost 5,000 congregations to take action now to keep migrant families together.
In April I attended the Global Ministries’ gathering of anti-human trafficking activists in Kupang, Indonesia.
A United Church of Christ congregation in Long Island, N.Y. is hoping to acquire 25,000 rolls to construct the world's largest toilet paper pyramid next month — in an effort to get into the Guinness Book of World Records, and to help numerous charities in its community.
Leaders of the United Church of Christ and the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) issued this statement following the summit meeting between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un which resulted in an understanding that Pyongyang would work toward denuclearization and the United States would end joint military exercises with South Korea.
The Rev.Graylan Hagler, senior minister of Plymouth Congregational UCC in Washington, D.C., was arrested Monday afternoon for praying on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court, and spent 27 hours in police custody in deplorable conditions before facing charges in Federal Court Tuesday night.