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SAVE THE DATES! 2020 Annual Meeting

We are excited to announce the dates for the 2020 Michigan Conference UCC Annual Meeting! Please SAVE - Friday &...

Friend's of the Conference - 2019 Appeal

I don’t call you servants any longer, … I call you friends …. (John 15:15) October 11, 2019 Dear Friends: We’ve...

Cultivating Generous Congregations

HOW DO YOU INSPIRE GENEROSITY? The United Church of Christ Michigan Conference and Lake Institute on Faith &...

NYE 2020! SAVE THE DATES!

Planning for NYE 2020 (National Youth Event) is underway!  Youth ages 12-22...

Our Church's Wider Mission

Our Church's Wider Mission is the primary funding source from Local Churches to Conferences, the National Setting and...

Convergence Leadership Project

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The Sanctuary Movement and Legal Risks

From the Office of General Counsel The Sanctuary Movement and Legal Risks

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United Church of Christ News

06 December 2019

Current News from the United Church of Christ
  • Commentary: Waiting for the Bloom

    Last year for Christmas, my parents got an amaryllis plant.

  • The simple act of choosing love

    In his Christmas Message, United Church of Christ General Minister and President the Rev. John C. Dorhauer invites the wider church to ground our spirits in God’s love.

  • Giving Tuesday campaign to abolish medical debt also has justice component

    The United Church of Christ is committed to using gifts from GivingTuesday, Dec. 3, to forgive medical debt for thousands of families in low-income areas around the country. The church is just as committed to advocating for health care reform, so that every American has access to affordable and inclusive medical treatment.

  • From housing to hair care, new Adese class sees business as force for community uplift

    Eleven clergy and laypeople who believe business can be a force for justice have been named to a new class of United Church of Christ Adese Fellows.

  • Commentary: The Witness of Water

    Last week, as closing arguments began in the latest trial of Dr. Scott Warren, the organization he volunteered with, No More Deaths, continued defiantly to do the work they felt called to: to end suffering and death in the Sonoran desert by setting out water and providing humanitarian aid, the very thing Dr. Warren was now facing 20 years in prison for.

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