United Church of Christ

KYP: Marking Juneteenth

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‘And Still We Rise’
 

Juneteenth observances invite entire UCC to recall slavery’s end, commit to action.

 
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A Victory for Equality
 
UCC advocates laud Supreme Court decision protecting gay, transgender workers from job discrimination.
 
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Confessing Complicity
 
White clergy in NE Pennsylvania atone for racism, pledge to ‘tear it down’.
 
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Marching Online
 
‘Stories, songs, solutions’ will highlight Poor People’s Campaign online event June 20.
 
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We Lament with You
 
UCC military chaplains address the Church in the wake of the use of force during protests.
 
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Until Justice Comes
 
Rev. Traci Blackmon condemns administration’s decision to remove LGBTQ health care protections.
 
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I Can’t Breathe
 
The Pension Boards United Church of Christ offers this pastoral reflection on racism.
 
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Creating Space for Innovation
 
Draw on what you know to pivot towards what your church needs. Join the Revs. John Dorhauer and Chris Davies for a webinar this afternoon at 3:30 EDT.
 
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Protest During a Pandemic
 
In a June 24 webinar, focus on lessons learned from recent demonstrations during these uncertain times.
 
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Expurgation
The pathway to justice in America begins with a cleanse of toxic, oppressive values. God sees and loves us all as equals. It’s time that we do the same.
 
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Ministerial Changes: Changes and Deaths

 
 
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‘And Still We Rise’

Juneteenth observances invite entire UCC to recall slavery’s end, commit to action.


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