November 30, 2015
To help introduce students from UCC Historic Black Colleges and Universities to the science, policy and advocacy of climate change issues, the denomination is supporting a delegation of five dozen students, faculty and community environmental justice leaders who will participate in a global discussion on climate change this week in Paris.
- In Romania, an international gathering explores the pivotal role laws play in building a free and just society for people of faith.
UCC General Minister and President John C. Dorhauer, following the deadly shooting Nov. 27 at a Colorado Planned Parenthood office, condemned the violence and is calling on government leaders to support the legal rights of all women.
[Anglican Communion News Service] If you wish to see something launched with style, fervor and commitment then you could do no better than have been in Lusaka Cathedral yesterday (29 November) when the Province of Central Africa launched the preparations for the 16th meeting of the Anglican Consultative Council (ACC-16), which will...
‘Water All Around the World’ designed for children K-5, with preschool inclusion
November 30, 2015
[Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs press release] The liturgical season of Advent began on Sunday November 29, and the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society is offering a myriad of opportunities to observe the season in spiritual, faithful avenues. The resources are ideal for personal, congregational and community planning and scheduling of Advent observances.
Advent is the liturgical season that occurs four weeks prior to Christmas, beginning on Sunday,...
- Alex Gramling, member of First Religious Society Unitarian Universalist in Newburyport, Massachusetts, is the founder of Christmas Tree Santas, a nonprofit that gives away Christmas trees to families in need. Read the full story in UU World.