Three media justice advocates stressed the importance of retelling stories—and telling them accurately—at the 37th Annual Everett C. Parker Ethics in Telecommunications Lecture and Awards Breakfast Oct. 17 at First Congregational United Church of Christ in Washington, D.C. The event is sponsored by the UCC's national media justice ministry, the Office of Communication, Inc.
During the past weeks, as I have watched the leaves turn to vibrant shades of red, yellow, orange outside my window, I am filled with joy as if kissed by the glory of the universe.
Wearing black to show solidarity with refugees, hundreds showed up outside the United States Capitol on Tuesday, Oct. 15, to protest the historically low cap on resettlement proposed for 2020, one that many believe could virtually end refugee resettlement in the U.S. More than a dozen people were taken into custody by Capitol Police.
As war in Syria escalates, United Church of Christ partners are expressing concern for people and churches caught in the crossfire, and dismay at the floodgate of violence opened by a sudden U.S. military withdrawal.
The world is waking up to the critical role people of faith, congregations and faith leaders must play if humanity is to avoid the most catastrophic consequences of climate change. How will we learn from the past to answer the call?
One of the United Church of Christ’s biggest advocates for immigrant rights is being honored by the National Council of Churches for his work.
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear cases about abortion in the next several months.
North Americans can do two things to help Global Ministries church partners tackle the problems they face every day in India and Sri Lanka – giant problems like poverty in slum communities, human trafficking and the shackles of caste: support education, and pray in solidarity.
Christ Church United Church of Christ marked a bittersweet milestone with Alex Garcia and his family the weekend of Sept. 21. The father of five, an immigrant from Honduras, has lived in sanctuary at the church in Maplewood, Mo., for over two years.