The UCC's Health and Human Service Sunday — to be held Jan. 27 this year — lifts up the rich history of CHHSM ministries across the country, as well as the many ways they answer their call to provide faith-based servant leadership in their local communities.
The national leaders of the United Church of Christ speak out in response to President Trump's prime time address on border security, noting, "We are faced with a moral crisis as a country, not a border crisis, nor a national emergency."
The Open and Affirming Coalition United Church of Christ celebrated an important milestone on New Year's Eve, announcing the 1,500th congregation to become ONA.
Organizers of the 32nd General Synod are seeking the some good ideas for effective ministry to share with the wider church this summer.
As justice advocates inspired by the teachings of Jesus and the writings of our sacred texts, these are among the things I wish for in the New Year.
Video resource on plight of Palestinian children prompted by General Synod resolution, 3 Great Loves
In response to a 2017 General Synod resolution calling for an end to the human rights violations and violence surrounding Palestinian children living in the occupied West Bank, a new UCC video resource has been released to help church members better understand the issues and become advocates for justice.
For Betsy and Stanley Dole, UCC members from Michigan, contributing to the United Church of Christ Annual Fund is a logical and meaningful gift.
Tis the season for love, light, and wonder ... right?
Members of a small Nevada church community open their hearts, home to a stranger in need, trusting that God will continue to protect and provide.
A new kind of networking is taking place among immigrant-welcoming UCC congregations across the United States.