The Board of Directors is pleased to announce the formation of a Search Committee for the Conference Minister position. The committee consists of 2 members from each of our 5 associations. The 11th member is from Potomac. We collected names from the leaders in each association. Additionally, we had recommendations from our Area Ministers, our Board...
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Events on April 3 & 4, 2018, are being organized through the National Council of Churches. Several UCC Conferences will be busing folk in. This is an important opportunity to stand together for racial justice and equity.
Lancaster Theological Seminary is seeking to understand obstacles to Authorized Ministry in the UCC.
Your participation in a 7-question survey will help Lancaster Theological Seminary and the Pennsylvania Academy of Ministry serve those pursuing authorized ministry in the United Church of Christ (UCC).
Rev. Roddy Dunkerson joins the CAC as Acting Conference Minister while Rev. Denise Mason Bullitt's leave of absence is resolved.
A panel of leading Baltimore officials and activists will share their perspectives on racism and poverty in the city and how the death of Freddie Gray served as a tipping point for the rest of the country in a program scheduled for the eve of the biennial national gathering of the United Church of Christ.
The program, “Baltimore: Before and After Freddie Gray,” will begin at 2 p.m. Thursday, June 29, at the Holiday Inn-Baltimore Inner Harbor, 301 W. Lombard Street, Baltimore, MD. The program is free and open to the public.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday, June 19, struck down a law that prohibits the government from registering offensive trademarks because it infringes on free speech. The ruling is expected to help the NFL team's legal battle over its nickname.
The Rev. Alex Vishio, assistant minister for social justice and witness with the Central Atlantic Conference, believes the Supreme Court's ruling raises questions about the distinction between speech that offends and speech that has been shown to be harmful.
When a vandal hit Little River United Church of Christ in Annandale in April with vile messages of intolerance little did we know this property’s remarkable backstory.
Church pastor David Lindsey says, “On the one hand I was shocked and mortified by what had happened and was worried about how am I going to minister to the church and to the community in the midst of this moment. I also wasn’t surprised because we’ve been through this before.”