UCC leaders express solidarity with Obama Administration's 'significant guidance' letter regarding Title IX and transgender students
The United Church of Christ national officers are expressing support from the faith community for the bold public stance the Obama Administration has taken to protect the rights of transgender youth who deserve equal protection under the law in schools and other places.
A California United Church of Christ congregation threw a "Green Card" party Saturday afternoon, May 14, celebrating the promise of citizenship for a woman the church sheltered, in sanctuary, from the threat of deportation for nearly three years.
A St. Louis congregation celebrated Pentecost and a milestone anniversary on Sunday, May 15, with jazz, dance, storytelling and art that affirmed humanity's global partnership as caretakers of the earth.
The United Church of Christ national officers have sent a letter of support to ecumenical partners convening in the Pacific Northwest.
The Board of Directors of the United Church of Christ is asking members to support a justice call for farmworkers by skipping the drive-through lane and boycotting Wendy's restaurants on Monday, May 23.
Barbara Satin, a member of the United Church of Christ’s former Executive Council and a transgender leader within the denomination, was appointed to serve on President Barack Obama’s Advisory Council on Faith-based Neighborhood Partnerships.
A global wave of peaceful protests over the course of 12 days is uniting climate activists in the largest civil disobedience in the history of the environmental movement.
Recently I was in a denominational business meeting where someone asked, “What mission projects can we do together? Anyone familiar with the United Nations campaign ‘International Decade for People of African Descent?’”
Members of the United Church of Christ national staff are making hundreds of phone calls as part of a project to forge deeper connections between local UCC churches and denomination's headquarters.
In a small farm community in southern Illinois on Mother's Day, a UCC congregation gave a standing ovation to a woman from India who shared her faith journey as a Muslim in today's world.