UCC leaders support Episcopal Church in solidarity, prayer, love after censure by Anglican Communion
In response to a vote by the Anglican Communion, suspending the Episcopal Church from voting and decision-making for a period of three years, the national leaders of the United Church of Christ released a statement of support for the American denomination.
The deaths of young African Americans at the hands of police have escalated the conversation about racial discrimination in this country. The voice of the United Church of Christ, which has been prominent in the conversation, is about to get louder. Plan to be part of first multimedia campaign of 2016 tied to the church’s core mission.
United Church of Christ pastors from Arizona and California to Minnesota are encouraging others in the faith community to shield families that are at-risk for deportation.
There's one New Year's resolution that coordinators of the 2016 National Youth Event are suggesting to the young people and their chaperones who are planning to attend the National Youth Event this summer–skip your regular haircuts, grow your hair until the gathering, and donate on-site to Locks of Love.
After the announcement on Tuesday, Jan. 4, by President Barack Obama that his administration would implement several measures intended to curb gun violence, United Church of Christ leaders are applauding his effort to take action when Congress would not.
Each year, the United Church of Christ’s Office of Philanthropy and Stewardship selects recipients for 29 different scholarships and grants available that help undergraduates, seminarians and social justice groups pay the cost of their education.
UCC churches in Illinois and Missouri marked the celebration of the birth of Jesus by living into his commandment to love our neighbor.
What a birthday present! A UCC minister in Brooklyn has been named The New York Times 2015 "New Yorker of the Year." Chosen by the readers, the Rev. Ann Kansfield won the inaugural award by a landslide.
Prompted by the current climate of bigotry directed toward Muslims in America, members of the Chicago Theological Seminary community are inviting Christian women around the country to "live into a Christ-like Christmas" and stand in solidarity with their Muslim neighbors by wearing a hijab for the remainder of Advent as a visible sign of support.
To honor the pastor of a historic black church in Charleston, S.C., killed in a June shooting, the Festival Chorus at Westmoreland United Church of Christ in Bethesda, Md., is hosting an Advent fundraiser in his name.