As soon as it became apparent that the COVID-19 pandemic would change the way congregations gather and function, the United Church of Christ Cornerstone Fund decided to offer relief to some of its customers.
Inspired by the opening words of a Bible verse, "Remember those who are in prison," UCC members joined rallies at a Washington state penitentiary and the capitol building in Olympia on Thursday, April 16, to demand better inmate treatment in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Kentucky pastor, a long-time champion and supporter of the One Great Hour of Sharing offering, sees it becoming even more important in this time of COVID-19.
Black pastors demand action to combat disproportionately high COVID-19 death rates in urban communities
Two United Church of Christ pastors are part of a group of black faith leaders calling on the Trump administration to provide better testing, treatment and health care for people of color during the coronavirus pandemic.
In the past few weeks, it has become apparent that the present moment necessitates a war on inequality as much as a war on the coronavirus.
A UCC pastor sees parallels between Noah’s situation on the ark and the stay-at-home orders in much of the U.S. because of COVID-19.
The Rev. Karen Georgia Thompson, UCC associate general minister, shares this Easter reflection, in which she chronicles her experience with COVID-19.
The Rev. Karen Georgia Thompson and her family are taken ill after the sudden death of her father from COVID-19. She shares her ordeal with death, grief and a sickness that robbed her of the ability to function in a video conversation with her colleague the Rev. John Dorhauer.
Two UCC leaders post pictures in their PJs to raise money for medical debt relief.