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Documentary Featuring Oklahoma UCC Congregation Screening in Nashville on Sep 19

A film recently highlighted by the UCC will be shown at a special one-night screening in Nashville on Thursday, Sep. 19. "American Heretics: The Politics...

Women’s Retreat Early Bird Sign Up Ends August 30th

Are You Registered? Need a Scholarship? Author of a Book? Authorized Clergy Register soon for the retreat in Blowing Rock, NC, October 18-20, 2019; “Strong...

“Witnessing” – A Pastoral Letter from the Conference Minister

Greetings to you all! Each day brings new attacks on immigrant neighbors. The scope and breadth of the challenge is staggering. Many churches and communities...

Alabama UCC Clergy Sign Immigration Proclamation

Five clergy-persons from Alabama were among nearly 50 religious leaders in the Birmingham metro area to sign a proclamation declaring their places of worship as sanctuaries...

Climate Justice Training: Call for Applications

by Michael Malcom, SECUCC Environmental Justice Representative The Southeast Conference of the United Church of Christ and The People's Justice Council are nominating up to...

Coffee with Char and Heather (A Virtual Conversation)

All authorized ministers are invited to “have coffee” with Char and Heather through our virtual technology. Our focus this time will be on how the...

Central Congregational Atlanta Supports Refugees in Georgia

by Rev. Joyce Myers-Brown Central Congregational UCC in Atlanta has taken on the challenge of addressing the injustices and suffering related to the current U.S....

Join the 2020 Annual Meeting Planning Committee

The 2020 Southeast Conference Annual Meeting is only 10 months away! It is time to start planning for a spiritually uplifting gathering of our...

Some of the “Work” of General Synod

by Char Burch Although General Synod is over, there is much upon which to reflect. This includes business and resolutions that encourage local churches to...

Celebrating the Ordination of Thomas Coates

by Rev. Ann Michele Rogers-Brigham, Pastor of Safe Harbor Family Church, Jackson MS It was a joy to share in the laying on of hands for...