Global H.O.P.E. Blue Christmas Service

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Join us on Monday, Dec 5, 3pm ET for a virtual worship service with Team Global HOPE at UCC National Ministries for a Blue Christmas worship service. Blue Christmas services traditionally provide space for those who don’t feel so “merry…

Gift Giving and Worker Justice

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Learn ways you can give gifts AND participate in establishing just wages and worker safety standards for migrant workers and building the wealth of small business owners internationally and nationally. Milk with Dignity/Migrant Justice and Equal Exchange will provide ways…

The Midterms and Beyond: A Path for Climate Justice

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When it comes to climate justice, how do we make it out of the wilderness and arrive at the promised land? In this webinar, we will discuss the results of the midterms with an eye to what is possible in…

WISE (Welcoming, Inclusive, Supportive, and Engaged) for Mental Health

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The United Church of Christ adopted the WISE (Welcoming, Inclusive, Supportive, and Engaged) for mental health covenant as a denomination in 2015 as part of our commitment to mental health justice. Join representatives of the UCC Mental Health Network for…

Near the Brokenhearted

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The Christmas Season is primarily known for Hope and Joy, focused on community and familial gatherings of celebration and thanksgiving. However, for some, the winter holidays season may be difficult due to personal loss and grief. Please join us for…

Be A Global Mission Church

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The Global Mission Church initiative celebrates, affirms, and challenges your church to grow in global mission! Reach out beyond national boundaries and engage in God’s transforming mission with the international community. Your congregation can be propelled into new global relationships…

Join the Movement Toward Racial Justice

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Join the Movement toward Racial Justice was featured as a new campaign initiative during General Synod 33 in 2021. Movements are ignited by people with deep commitments to advancing human and civil rights. Movements are sustained by people of faith…