Local Church News

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...

Hurricane Dorian and the Southeast Conference

It has been and continues to be a very anxious time for those located along the path of Hurricane Dorian. As Sunday approaches, congregations...

Activites at Forgiving Heart UCC

by Rev. Emily A. Bel, Pastor The second week of August was a busy week for Forgiving Heart UCC in Columbus, Georgia. On Monday...

KUCC Provides Blessing and Commissioning for Teachers and Administrators

by Susannah Davis On Sunday, August 11, 2019 Kirkwood UCC in Atlanta began our gathering with the King of Pops cool celebration in the parking...

Fabulous! Gulf Shrimp Boil

by Mary Ruth Pleasant Hill Community Church (Pleasant Hill TN) held a Gulf Shrimp Boil on July 27th to benefit Back Bay Mission. The event...

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....

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...

Holy Trinity Community Church Leads Nashville Pride

by Rev. Dr. Brice Thomas, Lead Pastor of Holy Trinity Community Church Nashville's 2019 Pride Parade and Festival can be summed up in a few...