Maybe it’s me, but it seems we who consume news in the many ways we prefer are being exposed to more coverage regarding acts of racism in America.
The UCC Cuban connection runs deep, prompting the ‘Bring Down the Wall in the Caribbean’ GS resolution.
UCC leaders believe a move to shutter the U.S. Institute of Peace — which traces its origin back to the denomination — would be short-sighted, should Congress authorize it in a spending bill. The White House's budget proposal points would eliminate the Institute of Peace within two years.
It's been just over three weeks since Woodside Church in Flint, Mich., offered to pay water bills for neighbors in need. After writing more than 150 checks, over $50,000, the church is tapped out.
Six faith leaders, including Connecticut Conference Minister the Rev. Kent J. Siladi, were arrested Monday afternoon at the State Capitol in Hartford, assembling to speak out against severe budget cuts proposed by the state's governor.
United Church of Christ advocates are urging the church to become immersed in refugee justice, by displaying solidarity with refugees for Refugee Justice Sunday on June 18.
Beginning with General Synod 2017 in Baltimore this summer, the United Church of Christ will begin the transition to a new logo for the denomination.
A UCC pastor is heading to Iraq and refugee camps, to document empowerment work focused on helping women find a way to support themselves and their families.
A Minneapolis area church is proudly, publicly proclaiming love of neighbor at Pentecost as it to strives build a Just World for All.
This statement from the leadership of the United Church of Christ condemns President Donald Trump's decision to abandon the Paris Climate Accords.