Before she wrote sermons, the Rev. Alice Hunt wrote mathematical equations as a teacher, and software as a programmer for the Hubble Space Telescope. Hunt will begin chronicling a different chapter in her life, after communicating her decision to retire as the 12th president of Chicago Theological Seminary.
A group of pastors in Billings, Montana have come together to produce a progressive Christian program for public access television.
United Church of Christ congregations plan to mark Ash Wednesday, observed this week on March 1, as the beginning of the annual Lenten journey — a time of spiritual preparation for Easter, and for spiritual discipline through a period of fasting and penance.
Work is underway to repair the sanctuary roof of a historic United Church of Christ congregation in California that was badly damaged in a September fire. To help with recovery costs, First Church UCC in Berkeley, which could be back in its sanctuary by May or June, has received the support and generosity of its neighbors with, so far, more than $100,000 in donations.
First Nations people and their allies opposing the Dakota Access Pipeline continue the movement opposing the pipeline with a lawsuit, D.C. march.
The former chief investment officer for the Pension Boards-United Church of Christ, Inc. and United Church Funds is being remembered by colleagues for his wisdom, guidance and leadership. George Doty III died on Thursday, Feb. 16, at age 81 in Sarasota, Fla.
LGBTQ activists across the United Church of Christ are denouncing the Trump Administration's move to rescind protections for transgender students, allowing them to use bathrooms based on the gender with which they identify.
There is a story we have told ourselves as a nation. It is the story of who America is, and it rests on the belief that we are a monolithic culture.
The Department of Homeland Security's sweeping changes in immigration enforcement, with new policies that give customs agents and law enforcement more freedom to arrest, detain and deport people without papers, are riling up UCC clergy around the country.
A UCC national officer emboldened more than 600 clergy and social justice advocates from 13 countries in attendance at a worldwide religious conference to dismantle racism in any shape and form.