After the June nightclub shooting in Orlando, Fla., that left 49 people dead and another 50 injured, the colorful symbols of peace made their way to First Congregational Church of Winter Park UCC in Winter Park, Fla., located just a few miles from where the tragedy took place.
A search committee formed to call the next Executive Minister of Justice and Witness Ministries of the United Church of Christ is sharing the process and seeking qualified applicants.
In 1751 the Speaker of the Pennsylvania Assembly, Isaac Norris, ordered a bell from London to be hung in the tower of the Pennsylvania State House.
A small Oregon congregation that decided digging in the dirt was a good way to "Protect the environment" is being recognized as the first winner of the UCC "Be the Church of the Month" contest.
Thousands of West Virginians are facing a prolonged cleanup effort following deadly and devastating storms that swamped much of the state last week, and the UCC will be there to help long-term.
After another terrorist attack at an international airport in Europe, saddened UCC executives join the leader of the World Council of Churches offering prayers and calling for additional efforts to bring peace to the region.
United Church of Christ activists are surprised, but joyful, about the U.S. Supreme Court’s 5-3 decision to strike down a Texas abortion access law that would have closed more than 75 percent of the clinics in the state by imposing unnecessary restrictions.
An Illinois church celebrates a milestone by inviting couples in its community to renew their wedding vows on the village green.
The Rev. Kathryn Matthews will step away from her position as dean of the Amistad Chapel United Church of Christ on June 30 after serving the UCC's national offices for 16 years.
United Church of Christ General and Minister and President the Rev. John C. Dorhauer, decries Supreme Court ruling on the Obama administration's immigration plan.