A flock of peace cranes, bringing prayers of peace and solidarity, has traveled across the UCC and will now fly in Charleston, S.C., as a sign of hope, justice and a testament to the presence of God in the midst of trouble.
The United Church of Christ is reaching out to the wider church to answer a number of questions about the actions taken by General Synod 2015 in Cleveland, specifically on the resolution, 'A Call to Take Actions toward a Just Peace in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict'.
As he prepares to take over the reins of the denomination later this summer, the Rev. John Dorhauer shares his strategy for moving the United Church of Christ forward in a new time.
There's plenty in store for the United Church of Christ in Baltimore. That's the site of the denomination's next General Synod in 2017.
For the time being, the leadership of the United Church of Christ will remain in its current structure.
UCC votes for divestment, boycott of companies that profit from occupation of Palestinian territories
The General Synod of the United Church of Christ became the latest church to call for divestment and boycott of companies that are complicit in the Israeli occupation of the West Bank and Gaza.
Just over one hundred General Synod delegates and visitors marched the mile from the Convention Center to the Progressive Field headquarters of the Cleveland Indians baseball team, demanding that the owners cease using a race of people as a mascot.
In the wake of the resurgence of violence against people of color across the country, delegates of General Synod 2015 overwhelmingly adopted two resolutions on dismantling racism Monday, June 29.
A generation ago, "crowdfunding" in the church required an actual crowd, an assembly of people, passing a basket or gold plate among them.
But the election of the Rev. John C. Dorhauer as the United Church of Christ’s ninth general minister and president was not without voices of dissent.