Don Remick's look at all that was packed into a little more than 24 hours at the 214th Annual Meeting of the Massachusetts Conference.
The new Special Commission on Unaccompanied Homeless Youth has released its inaugural report. What's next?
The hearing is set - please urge members of the Joint Judiciary to vote in favor of this legislation.
Read Stan Duncan's reflection in the Huffington Post about the EF5 tornado that devastated Oklahoma last week.
Are you interested in what the Conference can do to support people who are homeless and to end homelessness? Here is a way to help.
Associate Conference Minister Andy Gustafson visits the UCC Franklinton Center at Bricks in Whitakers, NC.
Associate Conference Minister Andy Gustafson visits the UCC's Washington DC office as part of his Changing Lives tour.
Associate Conference Minister Andy Gustafson visits the Margate Community Church in New Jersey, which is hosting mission teams working on Hurricane Sandy recovery.
The PEP continues to make significant differences in the lives of clergy and their congregations. With Sue's inspiration, your continued thirst for excellence and God's grace, it will continue to grow and expand for another ten years and far beyond.
Cleanup Bucket supply dwindles following disasters in the Midwest.
Two amendments will protect homeless children from needing to stay in places not fit for human habitation.
It would be hard to miss the images and stories of the impact of the tornado that swept through Moore, Oklahoma. They weigh heavy on hearts and souls. And those who have been in disasters feel a particular tug of emotions. The folks in the communities, and all those who will be impacted by this season's storms, are grateful for your prayers. For those who are looking for ways to offer other support you can learn more through this article.
Here are some ideas for environmental advocacy letters from ucc.org.
Mission 4/1 goal #2: Plant (100,000) trees!
All the ways to add up Earth Care Hours!
Summer is just around the corner and it is time to be planning for what your church school will be offering this summer for the younger members of your church and your community. One of the options is Vacation Bible School aka VBS.
MACUCC churches are being encouraged to create rainbow scarfs in a symbolic stand against bullying and violence, particularly in light of the events surrounding the Boston Marathon last week.
How strong does a person have to be to reconcile their GLBTQ identity and their faith in the face of family, religious and community rejection? The short answer is: Incredibly strong. Read more...