When in the company of the Spirit of God, one should leave one’s practice of prayer and deep meditation yearning for a more radical faith.
As the nation awaits the definitive word about the results of the presidential election, United Church of Christ leaders continue to urge “revolutionary patience,” hold prayer vigils, offer webinars on spiritual leadership and advocate for the free practice of voting rights for all Americans.
As voters head to the polls on Election Day, United Church of Christ advocates are urging all Americans to remember that today marks the beginning of the democratic process that decides our next president – not the end.
Dozens of names appeared, scrolling past the image of a burning candle. Dozens more poured in via the webinar platform Zoom. It was the central moment of the United Church of Christ’s All Saints worship service Nov. 1.
When high school students in Oak Park, Ill., needed a visible place to encourage voting and recruit poll workers this fall, they thought of Pilgrim Congregational United Church of Christ.
The United Church of Christ General Synod Planning Team is inviting people across the wider church to bookmark the recently released GS 33 website to learn more about the denomination’s first online biennial gathering.
National leaders of the United Church of Christ are inviting the denomination’s members and partners to join them in an online “Pre-Election Communion Service of Unity in Hope” at 7 p.m. EST Monday, Nov. 2, on the eve of a U.S. general election like none other.
With every day approaching November 3rd, it has felt increasingly true: this is a critical election and there will be tremendous implications from the results.
“Reset for Renewal,” to be held online Nov. 12-14, is for ministers and lay people who lead any kind of ministry for youth or young adults.
The United Church of Christ Conference Ministers, in a letter to the denomination, pledge to address racism, white supremacy and privilege in the church through resources and conversation.