1999 UCC News Archives

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 December 1999

Keeping vigil on New Year's Eve—Gays, lesbians seek reconciliation with Jerry Falwell—Local church lives out baptismal vows—Christians protest School of Americas—Can kids be starving in Kalamazoo?—National Council of Churches survives its 50th—Support grows for Third World debt relief—As I See It: Why bother telling the Christmas story?—From the Collegium (Elect): Emmanuel! God is with us... Y2K and all—Current Comment: Korean vets, victims remember massacre—Focus on Faith: Old First celebrates 'triumph of love'—In My Opinion: These clergy retired, but not from life—News Briefs

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 November 1999

John H. Thomas now sixth UCC President—Seminary debt: Meeting the challenge—Illinois South renews support for new church starts—Cable TV show keeps 'meeting house' values—Historic meeting launches new structure—Lakeland establishes far-reaching program—Cyberspace group creates quilt for Littleton—'Out' pastors find support at gathering —Celebration 2000 will welcome the new—From the Collegium (Elect): Church's challenge is to be a sign of hope—Current Comment: Are your church meetings open?—Focus on Faith: Children who kill are our children, too—In My Opinion: Urban ministries need support of church—In My Opinion: Whenever we give, we praise a giving God—News Briefs

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