Justice and Mission

Global Ministries Refugee Response

The United Church of Christ, through Global Ministries, has been working with our partners in the Middle East since the beginning of the current...

Roots, Reflections, and the Future

by Sarah Kim August 25, 2015 Looking at the world map often evokes an emotional response in me—that is when I locate the tiny littoral region...

Prayers for Racial Justice on Sunday, August 9

The United Church of Christ wants to make real its Christian commitment to racial justice. On Sunday, August 9, the actual anniversary of Michael...

Responding to Recent Events in Charleston and Beyond

We have had requests in the Conference office from people wishing to respond to various issues related to South Carolina. Here is a partial...

A Pastoral Letter in response to the shooting at Emanuel AME Church

Reverend June Boutwell, Designated Conference Minister Southeast Conference United Church of Christ June 19, 2015 Sisters and Brothers in Christ: Even as we, each in our own way,...

Central UCC Supports South Georgia Farmworker Health Project

Each June, Atlanta's Central Congregational United Church of Christ works alongside Emory's South Georgia Farmworker Health Project to provide basic health care and clothing to the...

Lonnie King accepts Piedmont College honorary degree

Civil rights pioneer Lonnie C. King Jr. of Atlanta was presented with an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree from Piedmont College during a...

Reflections on Selma

The Southeast Conference has an active legacy from the Civil Rights movement. As the 50th Anniversary of Bloody Sunday was observed in Selma, several...

March Forth for Literacy

Participate in service with other UCC congregations with March Forth for Literacy! The UCC is urging congregations to promote literacy through the Reading Changes Lives...

Ecumenical Lenten Carbon Fast

Make Lent an opportunity to enter into a spiritual discipline of fasting from carbon. Over the past few years, thousands of people the world over...