Monthly Archives: December 2015

50th Anniversary Calendars are here! 

The Commemorative 50th Anniversary Calendars of the Southeast Conference have been printed, boxed and shipped to our churches. The beautifully designed and colorful calendars...

Merry Christmas from your Conference Staff

Joy to the earth! the Savior reigns: let all their songs employ. We welcome the Christ Child with joy and pray that our world might...

Providing Hope at Christmas and Beyond

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution featured Virginia Highland Church in their December 22, 2015 edition. http://www.myajc.com/news/lifestyles/providing-hope-at-christmas-and-beyond/npnDG/ by Gracie Bonds Staples Like so many of us, David Gillespie passed by...

Remembering Rev. Harold Schoup

The Conference office has received word of the death of Harold M. Schoup on Tuesday, December 15, 2015 at the age of 83. Hal graduated...

Still Speaking 2.0 UCC Identity Campaign

God is Still Speaking, the identity campaign that branded the United Church of Christ in a distinctive way and helped define its progressive voice...

Remembering Rev. William Bateman

The Conference office has received word of the death of Bill Bateman on Monday night, December 7, 2015. Col., Dr., Rev. William Frederick Bateman was...

Amber Kirkendoll is a Brown Endowment Scholar

Congratulations to Amber Kirkendoll, pastor at Safe Harbor Family Church in Flowood, Mississippi.  It has been announced that she is one of the 66...

Live and Learn Lunches from the Training and Counseling Center

The Training and Counseling Center at St. Luke's (TACC) hosts "Live & Learn Lunches" on the third Tuesday of each month, from 11:30 a.m. to...

Will Your Church be “5 for 5” in 2015?

The success and sustainability of the United Church of Christ's national ministries relies on your church's contribution to basic operating support and mission. Being "5...

Communications Update: Changing to Serve You Better

In an attempt to be more effective in communicating to the Conference, we will be changing some of the ways we have been using...