UCC environmental justice leaders respond to moral imperative inherent in new federal climate...
United Church of Christ justice leaders are responding to a dire climate change report — released Friday, Nov. 23, by U.S. Global Change Research Program — that gives a detailed analysis of the effect of climate change on every facet of life in the United States.
Support migrant families through UCC ministries on Giving Tuesday
As an Immigrant Welcoming Church, United Church of Christ congregations at the border and beyond are deeply involved in supporting people who are entering the United States with little or no resources. The UCC hopes to raise $25,000 on Giving Tuesday, Nov. 27, to strengthen that ministry.
UCC National Officers condemn presidential proclamation barring access to some asylum seekers
UCC national leadership, challenging Donald Trump's presidential proclamation to deny asylum to migrants who enter the country between ports of entry, is siding with the American Civil Liberties Union, which immediately challenged the regulation in court.
UCC clergy, congregants stand with young plaintiffs in climate justice case
Twenty one young people suing the federal government to secure a legal right to a stable climate for future generations are still waiting for their day in court.
Ohio church takes seriously its responsibility to love all its neighbors
'Homeless Jesus,' a sculpture by a Canadian artist, was installed on the lawn of First Congregational UCC in Elyria, Ohio, as a way to draw attention to the needs of homeless refugees, migrants, and those marginalized within the community and society at large.
UCC Disaster Ministries poised to assist after Hurricane Michael
As the people of Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas begin the long process of recovery from Hurricane Michael, UCC Disaster Ministries remains poised to assist.