Along with local vigils and statements from UCC National and Conference leaders after the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting, the Pension Boards-United Church of Christ is taking a significant step toward action on gun violence in America.
UCC leaders denounce the Trump Administration's announced plan to block asylum to migrants crossing the U.S. border between ports of entry, as the military plans to send troops to respond to what has been called "a contrived pre-election crisis."
A UCC environmental justice advocate in New York convenes an ecumenical group concerned about climate change to get out the vote on November 6.
Scripture teaches us that we were each made in the image of our divine creator and therefore we all carry a bit of the holy within us.
Twenty one young people suing the federal government to secure a legal right to a stable climate for future generations are still waiting for their day in court.
The news over the past weeks has revealed an undercurrent of hate within our culture and our country.
A congregation in Washington lives out love of neighbor through an exhibit of immigrant art.
In cities and towns across America this weekend, people of all religious expressions came together in interfaith vigils and prayer services to remember the eleven people murdered at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, Penn., on Saturday, October, 27.
Leadership of the United Church of Christ reaches out with love as they condemn attack on the Jewish community in a deadly mass shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue during Shabbat services.
Commentary: Our Transgender and Intersex Family, Friends, Coworkers, and Neighbors Will Not Be Erased
The soul of our nation hinges on living the values that honor the worth and dignity of every person and the willingness to defend the liberty and justice of all.