United Church of Christ

'Confronting Violence' video gives churches tips – and discusses guns

If your church is concerned about the possibility of violent intruders, and you are willing to plan well, there are many preventive measures you can take short of arming parishioners, a federal expert says in a webinar available from the United Church of Christ Insurance Board.

UCC officers: Our Faith, Our Vote, Our Voice matters

The UCC national officers call on members of the wider church to use their voice during the 2020 elections -- and vote.

UCC leaders on Southern Asia initiative: 'Our partnership matters'

A pilgrimage to Southern Asia, Jan. 25- Feb. 7, proved to be a powerful experience for leaders of the United Church of Christ, the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and the United Church of Canada.

Celebrate Love of Creation by planting trees for Earth Day

Help protect the planet: Plant a tree. United Church of Christ Environmental Justice Ministries is inviting members and congregations across the wider church to celebrate Earth Day's 50th anniversary by participating in the Three Great Loves Tree Planting Campaign.

Commentary: Heaven on Earth

I believe that God is inviting us into visionary co-creation of worlds we do not yet know.

Dorhauer: Prayer is Sacred

Today I want to talk about prayer.

UCC youth invited to UNITE! at NYE 2020

Youth from across the United Church of Christ are invited to UNITE! at this summer's National Youth Event (NYE), July 22-25 at Purdue University, in West Lafayette, Ind.

Urgency of voting a weekly topic at NC church

In rural Rockingham, N.C., worshipers at Mt. Zion United Church of Christ get reminders each Sunday about the importance of voting.

Catching up on names, faces in UCC national ministries

With specialties ranging from economic justice to communications and finance, 13 new full- and part-time staff members have joined several national ministries of the United Church of Christ since mid-2019.

Commentary: The Witness for Justice Begins at Home

On February 1, 1960, four North Carolina A&T University students who were deeply disturbed by the tortuous murder of Emmett Till sat down at the Woolworth’s lunch counter in downtown Greensboro, NC, challenging the restaurant’s “whites only” policy.