Justice and Mission

Historical Marker Commemorates Rush Memorial

The Georgia Historical Society dedicated an historical marker at Rush Memorial Congregational UCC in Atlanta on October 16, 2014.  This was one of two...

Meet Me At the Crossroads

Female, Black, LGBT and Christian. Meet me at the crossroads. Indeed it is at the intersection of the multiple identities that we hold that...

March in the 2014 Atlanta Pride Parade

Now in our third year, churches from across the Southeast Conference will join once again to march together in this year's Atlanta Pride parade....

Project One Read

Literacy is a justice issue! Join with other UCC congregations to participate on project "One Read" on September 8th! This initiative is designed to engage...

2014 Retired Clergy Retreat

Retired UCC Clergy, Missionaries, Volunteer Ministry Workers and Spouses of the Southeast and Southern Conferences of the United Church of Christ are invited to...

Defending Religious Freedom for Equal Marriage

Dear Friends in Christ, Imagine that you are a pastor and one day, a couple comes to you and asks you to marry them; you...

ONA Blossoms in the “Heart of Dixie”

In the Southeast, where gays, lesbians, bisexuals, and the transgendered often feel alone and marginalized, a revolution is underway. But it is a quite...

Disaster Ministries in Action – Spotlight on Uplands Village Residents Rich and Holly Nelson

Rich and Rev. Dr. Holly Nelson, residents of Uplands Village since 2012,both volunteer their time in response to disaster through the United Church of...

“Love Has No Borders” book features SEC ministers justice work on immigration

Rev. Angie Wright, pastor of Beloved Community UCC in Birmingham is the editor for Love Has No Borders", a recently released book detailing the...

Mission 4:1 Earth brought environmental care and UCC unity according to study

Mission 4:1 Earth had the stated goal of “one united church on a shared resurrection witness for Planet Earth during 50 great days of...