In this #MeToo age of increased awareness, thousands globally are sharing personal stories of sexual harassment and assault.
An Iowa congregation follows the lead of Jesus, by caring for the vulnerable.
Two longtime media justice policy advocates and the founder of the D.C. Black Film Festival will be honored by the UCC media justice ministry on October 11 at the 36th Annual Everett C. Parker Ethics in Telecommunications Lecture in Washington, D.C.
The United Church of Christ and the Iglesia Evangelica Unida de Puerto Rico (IEUPR) are forging a closer relationship, embarking on process that both Churches hope result in a Full Communion agreement.
To build a culture of generosity through collaboration and cooperation, representatives of 35 of the United Church of Christ’s 38 Conferences gathered at the Church House in Cleveland this week, to talk through the new approach.
The Rev. Traci Blackmon, representing the United Church of Christ, addressed a global gathering of religious leaders in Rome this week bearing witness to the role of the Church in the call to intervention and justice.
A UCC minister in Columbus, Ohio is one of several faith leaders and local lawmakers standing in solidarity with members of the refugee community pushing back against the government's proposed drastic cuts to the U.S. refugee program.
Our sacred texts remind us to welcome the sojourner in our midst and to love our neighbor as ourselves.
On September 20, 2017, Hurricane Maria decimated the United States territory of Puerto Rico, bringing down the power grid, devastating entire communities and leading to the death of thousands of people. On the one-year anniversary of Maria, the leader Iglesia Evangelica Unida de Puerto Rico (IEUPR ), a UCC church partner on the island, shares this reflection.
In the year since Hurricane Maria decimated the island of Puerto Rico, the United Church of Christ has accompanied the people of the U.S. territory in their journey toward recovery. Disaster Ministries has invested almost a half million dollars in the rebuilding effort, and coordinated the scheduling and management of scores of local church volunteers from around the country. Just as important, the UCC has offered the much-appreciated support of presence, from both clergy and national executives, in Puerto Rican communities.