The United Church of Christ is committed to using gifts from Giving Tuesday, Dec. 3, to forgive medical debt for thousands of families in low-income areas around the country. The church is just as committed to advocating for health care reform, so that every American has access to affordable and inclusive medical treatment.
Eleven clergy and laypeople who believe business can be a force for justice have been named to a new class of United Church of Christ Adese Fellows.
Last week, as closing arguments began in the latest trial of Dr. Scott Warren, the organization he volunteered with, No More Deaths, continued defiantly to do the work they felt called to: to end suffering and death in the Sonoran desert by setting out water and providing humanitarian aid, the very thing Dr. Warren was now facing 20 years in prison for.
Thirty United Church of Christ Conference Ministers, along with national officers John Dorhauer and Karen Georgia Thompson, shared an immersion experience around racism and racial justice in Alabama, touring several sacred sites forged in the struggle for equal rights.
The Gospel of Luke records the parable of the Good Samaritan, the story a man who has been assaulted by robbers and left to die on Jericho Road.
UCC Conference, congregations raise Thanksgiving gift in three-week campaign to fund Immokalee land buy
The Florida Conference United Church of Christ and its congregations, with support from UCC Justice and Local Church Ministries, is giving a longtime partner a special gift this Thanksgiving.
One of the almost 6,000 Chicagoans who had medical debt forgiven by the United Church of Christ came to Trinity UCC to say thank you and to pay the kindness forward.
Responding to reports of a dozen November incidents of racism at Syracuse University, the New York Conference of the United Church of Christ has called for action by university leaders, offered to help create campus conversations on racism and white privilege, and invited churches to an online "Prayer and Share" service Nov. 24.
UCC immigration justice advocates in Massachusetts are putting their faith in action, supporting and accompanying a single mom from Honduras and her three sons sent to the Boston area from Arizona.
Rural northwest Connecticut never had a Transgender Day of Remembrance observance before. This year a United Church of Christ minister and interfaith colleagues created one. To their surprise, 70 people showed up.