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November 4, 2014
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SOLES FOR SOULS
A North Carolina congregation takes a mission project collecting shoes to fund water projects overseas and spins it into a large community-wide ecumenical effort that now has more than 20 churches across the region involved. Read more
FEATURES
Reflections Ep. 5
A Spiritual Responsibility
Exercise your faith and vote today! Hear the Rev. Geoffrey Black reflect on why people of faith have a moral obligation to cast a ballot in care of their neighbors and community. Watch the video >>
Get Out and VOTE
UCC churches, and the Our Faith, Our Vote campaign, worked this election season to ensure all voters get the opportunity to use their voice at the ballot box. See how >>
Let Them All Come
How do you reinvigorate creativity in worship by embracing the arts? This weekend, as part of the Stillspeaking Worship Institute, a Colorado congregation will share its approach. See how you can participate >>
Help Health in Your Church
If you are a pastor or lay leader of your health or kitchen ministry, or if you are interested in any aspect of health education, promotion and compassion within your congregation and community, check out the Healthy Churches 2020 conference, Nov.13-15, in North Carolina. Learn more >>
Become a WISE Congregation
Create a welcoming and supportive environment for people in your church who have mental illnesses. See how a Colorado congregation has set its intention to be a WISE Congregation for Mental Health. Learn more >>
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UNITED CHURCH NEWS
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21st-century study seeds new ministry ideas for church planters
Andover Newton, Howard University get grants for Science for Seminaries
UCC attorney Don Clark recognized as top counsel in Cleveland
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UCC IN THE NEWS
UCC minister: Brittany Maynard made a moral choice
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United Church of Christ open and affirming movement may expand in North Carolina
Churches proceed carefully when encouraging members to get politically involved
Tornado-damaged steeple repaired at Massachusetts church
Tennessee religious leaders rally in opposition to Amendment 1
Florida service brings together clergy of many faiths
California church celebrates anniversary with stage production
Vigil expresses concern about Ferguson police shooting
Pastor installed in Pennsylvania church
Massachusetts minister accepts first pastorate
Colorado pastor retiring
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