KYP: Prayers for Belgium

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Bombs in Belgium spur Prayers for Peace

After a deadly terrorist attack in Belgium during Holy Week, United Church of Christ General Minister and President the Rev. John Dorhauer remembered the victims in a call for prayer and urged the wider church, during this week of hope and resurrection, to be instruments of God’s peace.


Hope and Resurrection
In a Holy Week message, UCC General Minister and President John Dorhauer reflects on the redemptive power that our faith in Jesus provides us.
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A Word to the Church
The leadership of the United Church of Christ, concerned with the political rhetoric aimed at the marginalized people of society in this election cycle, speaks out in support for and solidarity with a Holy Week statement released by The Episcopal Church. Read more >>
We Are Present
See how Global Ministries is working to make life a little easier for refugees on the Jordanian/Syrian border. View the photo essay >>
Make Glad
At  General Synod 2017 in Baltimore, attendees will be invited to “Make Glad” in service of God’s work. Learn more >>
Building Peace from the Ground Up
Save the date for the Colombia Days of Prayer and Action, May 22-23. Join hundreds of congregations around the country in prayer for those who are working for peace in Colombia today, for the peace accords of tomorrow, and for a resolution to the humanitarian crisis caused by decades of armed conflict. Learn more — get resources >>
Divine Comedy
The Rev. Nancy Taylor, senior minister and chief executive officer of Old South Church in Boston, is the featured Holy Week preacher on “Day 1,” the nationally broadcast ecumenical radio program. Her sermon for Easter Sunday is based on Luke 24:1-12. “In an effort to recover the surprise of Easter, I invite you to travel with me back in time, to the beginning of what we now call the Common Era, to the time of the Roman Empire to a land called Palestine, where there was a gruesome, if inconsequential, incident of capital punishment.” Read more >>
Hands Touch
A life-changing experience can be as simple as sitting on a rock with a child and just touching hands or accepting a kindness from a stranger-turned-friend. Listen in >>
UCC Board addresses financial challenges, leadership changes
UCC Board bids farewell to Ben Guess
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Iowa UCC members help church in Michigan
Four congregations call Ohio church home
United Church of Christ: Amen
Interfaith coalition says Missouri bill to protect religious liberty is anti-LGBT
After 100 years, Illinois church shuts its doors
Overflow crowd in California opposes acts of hatred against Muslims
Iowa church vandalized following Twin Cities Gay Men’s Chorus appearance
New Mexico minister: Violence, fear and hate — not Christian values
Connecticut minister: Hate can not be explained
New Hampshire minister: An Easter call to care for our common home
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Baptist group welcomes latest easing of U.S. pressure on Cuba
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Drought in Africa adds pressure to religious groups, relief organizations
Illinois community church walk highlights religious history
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