Twenty-one resolutions going forward to General Synod, the nomination of a candidate for Associate General Minister of Global Engagement and a multimillion-dollar sale of the United Church of Christ’s Radisson Hotel topped the list of business addressed this week by the United Church of Christ Board of Directors.
A small Connecticut church has been a consistent supporter of the One Great Hour of Sharing offering for 67 years—even though it didn't join the UCC until 1989.
A United Church of Christ minister, one of 50 people being tracked and interrogated by the United States government for her humanitarian ministry at the border, preaches love.
The Executive Leadership of the United Church of Christ speaks out against the political persecution of UCC minister for providing humanitarian assistance at the U.S.-Mexico Border.
The United Church of Christ Board nominates the Rev. Karen Georgia Thompson for the position of Associate General Minister of Global Engagement and Co-Executive of Global Ministries, the common overseas ministry of the UCC and the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).
As a member of the LGBTQI community and as an ordained clergyperson in the United Church of Christ (UCC), my heart is deeply saddened and my soul is greatly troubled as I pen this article.
In the Northern California communities of Sonoma and Santa Rosa on Sunday morning, UCC clergy and their congregants went to worship with their local Methodist friends, attending their services as part of an interfaith gathering of solidarity and support.
Recently I had a political conversation with a friend in which we discussed the border wall.
A ministry that started with a peanut butter sandwich more than 15 years ago has developed into a major community endeavor at United Church of Christ Fort Lauderdale that brings together outreach, worship, extravagant welcome and heartfelt hospitality.
A Maryland new church start is starting something new, in an effort to change lives of men and women in its community.