Exploring UCC History, Polity, and Theology is a curriculum resource for teaching, learning, and exploring how the UCC thinks, proclaims, works, equips, and engages each part of the denomination to be the hands and feet of Christ in the world. Use this with confirmation, adult small groups, retreats, new member courses, Committees on Ministry, conference boards, and other any gathering of folks who are curious about what it means to be a part of the UCC.
How It Works
Each learning session includes a facilitator guide, video, resources, and activities to help folks explore the unique history, governance structure, and theological commitments of the UCC. You can access all the lessons and resources through this site, as well as download any files you need.
The United Church of Christ Washington D.C. office, in partnership with the UCC General Counsel, has created a new video resource for the Our Faith, Our Vote, campaign.
"The UCC Our Faith, Our Vote, Our Voice campaign offers resources to help congregations engage in the electoral process in a nonpartisan way, through voter education, issue education and voter empowerment and mobilization," said Sandy Sorensen, director of the UCC D.C. office.
The video, When Religion and Politics Meet, provides important information for pastors and congregations engaged in the electoral process, to ensure their participation remains non-partisan.
Justice and Local Church Ministries will invest in the Taos UCC ministry $40,000.00 over 18 months starting January 2020. They will receive $10,000.00 before the end of January, and the remaining $30,000.00 will be matched at 1:1 over 18 months.