A United Church of Christ minister was one of eighteen people arrested on Tuesday at an immigration protest in Minnesota tied to the Poor People's Campaign.
Since the passing of Winnie Madikizela- Mandela, I have listened, at least once a week, to Sweet Honey in the Rock, a female African-American acapella ensemble, sing “Ella’s Song.”
Six of the 16 people arrested during a Poor People's Campaign action at the State House in Boston on Monday were from Massachusetts Conference churches, there to call attention to systemic racism, immigration justice, and voting rights.
A Houston chaplain, invited to comfort witnesses and survivors of the deadly shooting at Santa Fe High School, asks a central question facing faith leaders: "How do we be the living instruments of Christ in a world so focused on death?"
A United Church of Christ congregation in Grand Ledge, Mich., with a small public declaration of love for their neighbors, has made a large statement about the type of faith community it is.
The United Church of Christ national setting is growing, with the addition of several program staff hired to better serve the needs of local churches around the country.
With more ordained clergywomen than men in the United Church of Christ, it makes sense to examine how women can strengthen their financial acumen in order to serve.
Kindness Rocks! And so do the young people at First United Church of Christ, Sugarcreek, Ohio. They recently left rocks with inspirational messages all around town to share God's love with their neighbors.
May 15 is known to Palestinians as Nakba (“catastrophe”) Day; it comes the day after Israelis celebrate their Independence Day.
The UCC and other proponents of net neutrality are now lobbying members of the U.S. House of Representatives to preserve a free and open internet, after the Senate moved to save it with a historic 52-47 vote.