Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. The 411 Church Stuff Feed Your Spirit News Change the World Connect Buy It February 9, 2010Text UCC to 69866 for occasional, important updates from the UCC. Stillspeaking launching new ad campaign Mark your calendars for April 16! We are counting on you to help spiral our message around the world. SUPPORT THE VISION OF WOMEN Provide women the opportunity to help shape the world. GIVE OF YOURSELF A biblical reflection to consider during tough economic times. CELEBRATE BLACK PREACHING Highlighting this historic legacy at Franklinton Center at Bricks March 8-10. SERVE IN STYLE .. .. wearing this humorous Stillspeaking apron! EXTEND UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE One million Americans are losing their unemployment insurance soon unless Congress intervenes. Tell Congress to protect our families and communities by extending this vital program! UNITED CHURCH NEWS Office of Communication Inc. launches independent management team Unified Governance team invites dialogue, discernment Listening tour to visit Southeast Conference churches AROUND THE UCC Ohio gospel concert raises money for Haiti Detroit church's housing initiative fills void Bernice Powell Jackson has a passion for ministry UCC minister's event shows alternative Super Bowl ads Tackling the Tim Tebow Superbowl ad Mission Possible: Mass. Church dispatches volunteers statewide Helping Haiti Babies ECUMENICAL NEWS How Obama's favorite theologian shaped his first year in officeShould Super Bowl ads address morality? The Tebow spot has got to go WWII chaplains who gave lives for others honored Oliver's Story DAILY DEVOTIONAL When love spills over. GET IT FAST Scriptures for Sunday. WEEKLY SEEDS Astounding glory. MAKING CONNECTIONS Twitter with us and keep in touch. Send this e-mail to a friend You are subscribed to ucc.org and have received this e-mail as per your settings. UNSUBSCRIBE | CONTACT SUPPORT | YOUR SETTINGS | SEND TO A FRIEND Copyright © 2008 UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST 700 Prospect Ave., Cleveland OH 44115; PH 866/822-8224.