Monthly Archives: October 2019

Spirit of the Cross Celebrates “Pink Sunday”

Spirit of the Cross Church (UCC) in Huntsville, Alabama, held its annual Pink Sunday service on October 20 in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness...

PATHWAYS Theological Education, Inc. Celebrates Achievements, Sets Goals For 2020

by Rev. Ginnie Ferrell and Dr. Marian R. Plant PATHWAYS Theological Education, Inc. was fortunate to have Rev. Char Burch, Transitional Conference Minister for the...

Strong Sisters Share Stories on the Mountain 

by C. L. Stumb, Southern Conference "The world needs us to be who we are," Rev. Mary Schaller Blaufuss (D.Min.) said to women at the...

Atlanta Music Festival features Fisk Jubilee Singers

Annual Atlanta Music Festival Celebrate the Hope November 2, 2019 at First Congregational Church featuring the Fisk Jubilee Singers, the Recording Release of "Bound for the Promised...

Retired Servants Retreat Celebrate “Gift of Years”

by C. L. "Curly" Stumb, Southern Conference Retreat participants find support and motivation while celebrating "Gift of Years" It has taken almost a lifetime to love...

“What Makes Us One?” The Fall Meeting of the “Living Waters Association”

by Rev. John Gill Clergy, delegates, and members from 14 churches gathered at The United Church of Cookeville, TN on October 11-12 for the annual...

Becoming More than We Are

“Life is about becoming more than we are, about being all that we can be,” writes Joan Chidester in her book “The Gift of...

Ellen Sims Receives Seminary Alumni Award

Methodist Theological School in Ohio has presented Ellen Sims with the John and Ruth Mount Alumni Award for Distinguished Service, the school’s highest honor for...

New Montgomery, AL Mayor is Moderator of Local UCC Congregation

The City of Montgomery, Alabama made history on Tuesday, October 8th by electing Probate Judge Steven L. Reed as the Civil Rights bastion’s first...

‘Plant A Vision Of Hope’: How This Alabama Pastor Addresses Climate Change From The...

WBUR, Boston's NPR station, recently aired a 10-minute segment featuring our own Michael Malcom. Rev. Michael Malcom is not a bystander. When it comes to climate...