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August 12, 2014
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IT'S YOU BABY
It's up to you to change the world. That's the message of love, inclusivity and extravagant welcome the United Church of Christ shared with Gay Games visitors at a special service at the Amistad Chapel in Cleveland.
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FEATURES
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Feeling Whole Again
Sean F. reflects on the many ways the United Church of Christ offers hope, healing and a radical welcome through the tale of a friend who rediscovered a relationship with 'church' and with God. Watch the video >>
Join the People's Climate March
In September, the eyes of the world will be focused on New York City and a historic United Nations summit on the climate crisis. Get on board now to demand a global economy that works for people and the planet. Learn more >>
What can we do to achieve Health Equity?
Pastors, parish nurses, and Christian educators: please provide input by taking this short survey to help the UCC ensure all people have the opportunity to attain their full health potential. Take the survey >>
Children on the Run
A personal account from a Global Ministries missionary provides focus on the reasons why the United States is seeing a surge of young refugees risking everything to seek entry into our country. Read more >>
Imagining Another World Where Literacy is No Longer a Concern
Support Reading Changes Lives, a ministry of justice and compassion that UCC churches throughout the United States are living into. Use these FREE resources for the 2014 Neighbors in Need offering. Read more >>
HEADLINES
UNITED CHURCH NEWS
UCC Southwest Conference hires immigrant care coordinator to streamline refugee relief efforts
World faith community focusing attention and prayers on Northern Iraq
Midwest movement for marriage equality preempts 6th Circuit hearing
UCC competitors set to challenge the field during Gay Games 9
UCC choir director helps hone the sound for Gay Games kick-off ceremony
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UCC IN THE NEWS
Gay Games 9 picks up its first major religious sponsor
Faith leaders attempt to bring Missouri community together after fatal shooting
United Church of Christ sponsoring Gay Games in Cleveland
Gay marriage advocates in Michigan gather at church in advance of court hearing
Ohio church supports Gay Games
Maryland churches' school supply drive sees another high turnout
In American attics, fading clues to American life
Pennsylvania church to give out school supplies
Massachusetts church fire causes $100,000 damage
Wisconsin church holds "Blessing of the Animals"
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OTHER RELIGIOUS NEWS
Target comes out for gay marriage
Israel, Hamas begin another three-day cease-fire
On Iraq, Pope Francis' message of peace meets reality of war
Texas church becomes oasis for Central American refugees
Responding to the migrant crisis
Iraqi militants seize several Christian villages
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