Women's Week 2013
Women’s Week 2013 Information and Resources
The National Listening Campaign on Women's Ministries
Executive Summary of NLC Report and Next Steps Discussion
National Listening Campaign on Women's Ministries Report
The Women's Program Resource
Recently Common Lot issue 119 shared with readers how the Health Care Reform bill will impact women. Unfortunately so much of the political rhetoric presented daily by the media is short on real facts. Faithful Reform in Health Care continues to research and unpack the truth about how the bill will make a difference in women’s lives. Each day they are sharing information about some aspect of the bill and its effects on women’s lives. Check out truly accurate information about healthcare reform and its impact on the lives of women by visiting this page and using the left navigation to choose the most current day. Please note that you will be leaving the United Church of Christ Web Site.
Tapestry Bible Study
Journeys through Revelation:
Apocalyptic Hope for Today
By Barbara Rossing With Suggestions for Leaders by Louise Lawson Johnson
What comes to mind when you think of the book of Revelation?
Scary images? The four horsemen come to unleash destruction?
Mysterious numbers such as “666”? The endtime battle of Armageddon?
In recent years, an enormous prophecy industry has marketed frightening images of Revelation, leaving many people intimidated by this amazing and often misunderstood book. Although brimming with mysterious symbolism, Revelation ultimately is a book of hope that throughout history has sustained people who are oppressed. It is a wonderfully Christ-centered book, full of worship and praise.
In the 2010-2011 Tapestry Bible study, Journeys through Revelation:
Apocalyptic Hope for Today, Barbara Rossing guides us on a journey to meet the crucified Lamb, Jesus. In a journey reminiscent of the ancient Israelites’ exodus from slavery, we are led from an unjust empire and its system of domination, through mythic battles and plagues, until, ultimately, we find ourselves in a renewed creation where God comes to live with us on earth. This brilliantly hope-filled vision speaks to us in the midst of the urgent crises of our day. In a time when all of creation stands at a turning point, a kairos moment, Revelation can help guide the choices we make each day as we seek to live into the renewal that God has for the whole world.
About the Author
Barbara Rossing is professor of New Testament at the Lutheran School of Chicago, where she has taught since 1994. She is the author of The Rapture Exposed: The Message of Hope in the Book of Revelation. A fervent environmentalist, she speaks on ecology and the environment, as well as biblical and religious topics.
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Justice for Women
- Expansive Language
- Abortion/Reproductive Justice
- Violence Against Women - Sign up for our webinar series
- Human Trafficking
Renowned scholar and UCC historian Barbara Brown Zikmund offers glimpses of faithful women who as risk-takers and visionaries witness for us courage to live faithfilled lives today and into the future.
Finding Voice Project
Finding Voice Project
Women: Finding Voice offers readers an opportunity to learn more about the fascinating lives of the clergywomen who have been named as former recipients of the Antoinette Brown Award.
Trafficking in Japan
Trafficking: What is It? (Power Point)
Mission Women's Devotions Resources
Mission projects relating to the rights of women
Special projects for women's mission
Pictures and names of missionaries "Get involved" child sponsorship
Tithing UCC Style
The Blessing Box - "One Great Hour of Sharing"
The UCC Women's Endowment Fund was created to provide for leadership development opportunities in the programs related to women over and above what basic support provides.