A man who lived in sanctuary at Shadow Rock United Church of Christ in Phoenix for almost two years is deported to Mexico after surveillance by ICE.
The United Church of Christ launches an emergency appeal to help with long term recovery following Hurricane Harvey — a catastrophic storm that has already displaced thousands of Texans and left five people dead.
This statement from the Southwest Conference United of Christ is in response to President Donald Trump’s decision grant a full pardon to former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who was recently found guilty of criminal contempt for defying a judge’s order to stop racial profiling of Latinos in immigration enforcement.
To emphasize the ways in which modern technology can be a tool for racial equality in creating a just world for all, the United Church of Christ's media justice ministry will turn to author and activist Rinku Sen for the upcoming Parker Lecture, where she will highlight the intersection of justice and media.
A member of a New Hampshire United Church of Christ congregation is in the custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials, fighting the threat of deportation back to his native Indonesia, where he faces religious persecution.
In Charlottesville two weeks ago, I experienced a darkness I cannot describe.
Hours of contrasting experiences for United Church of Christ clergy involved in an interfaith worship service and peaceful protest in Phoenix on Tuesday evening, with emotions changing from joy and hope to disappointment and grief.
When racial hatred and white supremacy tried to show up this weekend in Boston, the ugliness was drowned out by love.
The progressive Protestant leadership in Arizona is uniting behind a call against the evil of white supremacy in advance of President Donald Trump's visit to Phoenix Tuesday evening, as two UCC faith communities and the Southwest Conference organize an assembly of love and justice in response to the president's rally at the Phoenix Convention Center.
In an exceptional show of solidarity, theologians and spiritual leaders of the United Church of Christ's seven seminaries and their colleagues are uniting as signatories on this call to action, denouncing "the profound moral evil of white supremacy" and urging all Christians to make concrete change to end the benefit of white privilege.