United Church of Christ

Commentary: We Need a Caravan of Compassion

I am deeply troubled by the continued escalation and racist rhetoric against Central American migrants and others heading towards our border.


For UCC youth ministry, the future is now

A fall gathering, a Lenten devotional, and planning for a 2020 National Youth Event — current initiatives adding new life to Youth Ministry in the UCC.


Northern California churches offer solace, support to wildfire victims

Amidst the worst wildfires in California history, the people of several United Church of Christ faith communities are reaching out with love to neighbors and to strangers, offering solace and support.


Support migrant families through UCC ministries on Giving Tuesday

As an Immigrant Welcoming Church, United Church of Christ congregations at the border and beyond are deeply involved in supporting people who are entering the United States with little or no resources. The UCC hopes to raise $25,000 on Giving Tuesday, Nov. 27, to strengthen that ministry.


Women to set historic precedent at UCC General Synod in Milwaukee

A lineup of creative and dynamic preachers and worship services will highlight the UCC’s biennial General Synod, June 21-25, 2019, at the Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee.


UCC General Synod organizers launch website, open registration for Milwaukee 2019 event

In less than eight months, members of the United Church of Christ will be converging in Milwaukee, Wisc., for the denomination’s 32nd General Synod. Register today!


UCC National Officers condemn presidential proclamation barring access to some asylum seekers

National leadership of the United Church of Christ, challenging Donald Trump's presidential proclamation to deny asylum to migrants who enter the country between ports of entry, sides with the American Civil Liberties Union, which immediately challenged the regulation in court.


Delays don’t deter young plaintiff in landmark climate lawsuit

A group of young people suing the federal government to hold it accountable for contributing to climate change has run into yet another judicial delay.


Commentary: How Long Lord…How Long?

Last week Maurice E. Stallard and Vicki Lee Jones were murdered while shopping at a Kroger grocery store in Jeffersontown, Kentucky.


Ohio church takes leap of faith with purchase of second ministry space

A Cleveland-area UCC church striving to provide inclusive ministry to all just took a giant step forward, closing on a new 8.29-acre site that will open up all sorts of possibilities.