From the installation of a new general minister and president of the United Church of Christ to a denomination-wide call to start up sacred conversations on white privilege, and from a wave of political rhetoric to the public demonstrations denouncing the construction of the oil pipeline in Standing Rock, N.D. — those are a few of the topics of the top news stories published by United Church News in 2016
The United Church of Christ, embracing its mission to welcome all, love all and build a just world for all people, raised a collective voice in the public square in 2016 to live out that call.
People of faith in a small Wisconsin college town have wrapped their arms around a young Guatemalan family celebrating their first Christmas in the United States, a ministry organized by two UCC women and embraced by several local congregations.
The Rev. Walter John Boris, conference minister of the Central Pacific Conference of the United Church of Christ, is planning to step down on March 31, 2017, to spend more time with his family, after nearly nine years as the conference minister in the Oregon area and 38 years as an ordained minister.
This is a Christmas story six months in the making, one of a congregation coming together, with a bond forged by a tragic fire.
This year, the United Church of Christ's Office of Philanthropy and Stewardship debuts a new online application process, continually seeking to help undergraduate and seminary students pay for the cost of their education.
This has been a dark season for many.
Aleppo, the largest city in Syria and the country's economic capital, is being torn apart by rebel fighters and the regime of President Bashar al-Assad, with scores of civilians caught in the crossfire. Here's how you can help.
A video message from the people of Newtown, marking four years since 20 little children and six adults were murdered by an unstable young man with a gun at Sandy Hook Elementary School in the worst crime in Connecticut history.
In his Christmas message, United Church of Christ General Minister and President the Rev. John Dorhauer asks all of us to give a gift to the world.