The UCC national officers call on members of the wider church to use their voice during the 2020 elections -- and vote.
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.
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.
I believe that God is inviting us into visionary co-creation of worlds we do not yet know.
Today I want to talk about prayer.
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.
In rural Rockingham, N.C., worshipers at Mt. Zion United Church of Christ get reminders each Sunday about the importance of voting.
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.
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.
The National Officers of the United Church of Christ issue this pastoral letter following the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump and his Feb. 5 acquittal, as expected, in the Republican-led Senate.
A United States federal court judge has sided with a prominent United Church of Christ minister, recognizing that she has been a victim of government surveillance which may have interfered with her legally protected right to practice her faith.
As the United Church of Christ prepares to mark Racial Justice Sunday, Feb. 9, there is much to celebrate – and, as always, much work to do, according to the denomination's minister for racial justice. Among the celebrations is the certification of nine new facilitators for Sacred Conversations to End Racism.
As the Justice and Peace Policy Fellow, I’ve had a unique opportunity to expand my policy advocacy and organizing experience within the environmental justice space.
An immigrant-welcoming UCC congregation in Minnesota hosted an interfaith prayer vigil on behalf of migrants, refugees and asylum seekers, tied to the first anniversary of U.S. government protocols that force them to remain in Mexico until their cases can be heard.
Hoping to draw tens of thousands of people to a June 20 rally at the U.S. Capitol, a coalition of religious, labor and other organizations kicked off a Mass Poor People's Assembly and Moral March on Washington with an enthusiastic news conference Wednesday, Jan. 29.