A score of family and friends of a long-shuttered North St. Louis church return to their former neighborhood for a "Homecoming," touring the old St. James UCC campus, reborn as a home for Urban Born, a educational nonprofit for children.
The United Church of Christ, anticipating a late summer release of "White Privilege – Let's Talk," an adult education curriculum designed to invite members to engage in safe, meaningful, substantive and bold conversations on race, is launching a series of free webinars on the subject in June, in partnership with the Center for Progressive Renewal.
When you give thanks for the hands that prepared your meal, remember not just those in the kitchen but everyone who helped plant, pick and package the food along the way.
Asked to represent the denomination as ecumenical guests, the Rev. J. Linda Jaramillo and the Rev. Walter John Boris both arrived sporting UCC rainbow comma pins. It's a gesture of solidarity with the LGBT community within the Methodist church, which is facing with issues of inclusion, ordination of LGBT ministers and same-gender marriage as it gathers in Oregon.
The Rev. Traci Blackmon, acting executive minister of UCC Justice and Witness Ministries, will give the keynote address at the Everett Parker Lecture this fall in Washington, D.C.
Stillspeaking 2.0 Toolkit released to help UCC churches amp up identity online and in local communities
Tips and tools created especially for local church communicators in the United Church of Christ.
Environmental advocates of the United Church of Christ risked more than arrest this weekend. In service to the Earth, a few of them risked their lives, taking over streets and blocking rail lines to demand that coal, oil and gas stay in the ground.
UCC leaders express solidarity with Obama Administration's 'significant guidance' letter regarding Title IX and transgender students
The United Church of Christ national officers are expressing support from the faith community for the bold public stance the Obama Administration has taken to protect the rights of transgender youth who deserve equal protection under the law in schools and other places.
A California United Church of Christ congregation threw a "Green Card" party Saturday afternoon, May 14, celebrating the promise of citizenship for a woman the church sheltered, in sanctuary, from the threat of deportation for nearly three years.
A St. Louis congregation celebrated Pentecost and a milestone anniversary on Sunday, May 15, with jazz, dance, storytelling and art that affirmed humanity's global partnership as caretakers of the earth.