In the summer of 2015, both the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and United Church of Christ passed a resolution: "A Call For Peace, Justice And Reunification In The Korean Peninsula."
The United Church of Christ national officers gathered via video conference Monday afternoon, Oct. 3, with seven representatives of ECOT (Evangelical, Conservative, Orthodox, and Traditional) congregations from across the life of the church.
As Hurricane Matthew barrels towards the U.S. mainland, the Disaster Ministries team of the United Church of Christ is preparing its response after the category 4 storm slammed into Haiti Tuesday, Oct. 4, with 145 mph winds.
United Church of Christ leaders, clergy, advocates from churches around Arizona and as far away as Minnesota will be converging at the U.S.-Mexico border beginning Oct. 5, to call for a fundamental shift in U.S. foreign policy — one in support of refugees.
Traci Blackmon's Parker Lecture keynote to highlight role of moral media in social justice movements
What is the role of the media in the storytelling of the movement? The Rev. Traci Blackmon, a United Church of Christ national officer, will explore that question next week through the lens of how ongoing social justice movements are shaped by a range of media reports.
A Philadelphia congregation is named the UCC's 'Be the Church' winner for the the month of September, for its work to "Reject Racism."
UCC’s White Privilege: Let's Talk curriculum prompts plans for inclusive sacred conversations on race
More than 60 firefighters responded to a four-alarm blaze at a historic California congregation of the United Church of Christ on Friday afternoon, Sept. 30, that extensively damaged the iconic building.
Several United Church of Christ clergy and staff were present at the police department briefing Wednesday, Sept. 28, looking for answers as to why Alfred Okwera Olango died at the hands of an officer in that San Diego suburb.
Children, families, women and men are fleeing violence, gang conscription, human trafficking, and sexual exploitation in the Northern Triangle of Central America (Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras).