It’s that time of year again. The homework assignments are in and the tests are over at last.
A string of fires has caused millions of dollars in damage to a trio of churches in the Pacific Northwest, and fire investigators in Vancouver, Wash., believe that a serial arsonist targeted the three buildings and set them ablaze. First Congregational United Church of Christ was the first hit and sustained the most damage, with losses estimated at $2 million.
United Church of Christ minister the Rev. J. Bennett Guess is one of 50 prominent national leaders invited by U.S. Senator Barbara Mikulski (D-Md.) to Washington, D.C., June 2-5, to provide input into the development of a national action plan toward increasing population health and community wellbeing.
On the first and third Thursdays of each month, people in Northampton gather for Common Ground to cook and eat dinner together as they sing, share, play and pray. What makes the Common Ground community unique is that "church" is created in the garden, in the kitchen and around the table as worship centers on growing, preparing and sharing a sacred meal.
Join the United Church of Christ’s ‘Faith Beyond Bars’ June initiative. Get started with a simple step on social media.
It was in the United Church of Christ that Danny Eitingon, born into the Jewish faith, came to learn that a person doesn't need to be Christian to lead a Christian life.
As registration for the 2016 National Youth Event is set to close, gathering organizers have lined up an array of performers and speakers to underscore the importance of faith, leadership, service and social justice. A mix of young activists, family members and social justice groups will address youth from the United Church of Christ and the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) at Walt Disney World in Florida.
Massachusetts Conference Minister and President the Rev. Jim Antal was one of 16 clergy arrested on Wednesday, May 26, after entering the construction site of a natural gas pipeline in West Roxbury, halting the work.
Every Thursday morning, UCC staff members gather for a picture. Not always the same people or location. The two constants –– many of them are dressed in black, and it's always for the same cause. #ThursdaysInBlack, a witness calling for a world without rape and violence.
Memorial Day is first and foremost about fallen soldiers and their lives; it is less so about the virtue of the military or its command structures; and even further removed from valorizing those who benefit from the perpetuation of violence and profit from the sales of war materiel.