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Making It Matter
The Rev. Casey Baggott, a UCC minister serving The Community Church in Vero Beach, is the featured preacher Nov. 19 on "Day 1." Her sermon, based on the well-known parable of the talents in Matthew 25:14-30, wonders, "What's Jesus trying to say?" -> Listen in ->
NCC endorses sweeping initiative to end racism
Today the governing board of the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA (NCC) enthusiastically endorsed a sweeping initiative to end racism.  This process, beginning with a massive rally on the National Mall in Washington, DC on April 4, 2018, will unfold over several years and will be the most visible and impactful work of the National Council of Churches in its recent history. -> Read more! ->
2017 Annual Gathering Highlights

Make Glad logoIt was a fine annual meeting in which we did business, worshiped and built relationships across the conference and with guests from the national staff. Whether you were able to join us or not, please enjoy these wrap up videos, created by Member in Discernment Teña T. Nock-Hope, and keep your energy level high as we continue to create a just world for all! -> Highlights video 1 | Highlights video 2 ->

Antal, other religious leaders 'Take a Knee' for climate change

The Rev. James Antal was one of a dozen religious leaders of Protestant, Catholic, Evangelical and Jewish traditions who gathered at the EPA Tuesday to "take a knee" in prayer and urge the current administration to address global climate change. Antal, who serves as general minister and president of the Massachusetts Conference United Church of Christ, presented a statement to the EPA. -> Read more ->

Conference minister responds to shooting in Las Vegas
The member congregations and staff of the Florida Conference woke this morning to an all-too-familiar tragedy; a mass shooting. Our hearts break at the thought of more terror being spread by a lone gunman with a high-volume weapon. We are brought back to the morning of June 12, 2016, when the PULSE nightclub became a crime scene and a memorial. -> Read more ->

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