United Church of Christ
Change lives — individually, systemically and globally; work to make transformation possible, but trust in God's grace; insist that churches must be places of vitality in worship, learning, and advocacy; Work for justice, and believe that lives are changed through global experiences and friendships.
The United Church of Christ (UCC) is a distinct and diverse community of Christians that come together as one church to join faith and action. Since 1957, the United Church of Christ has been the church of firsts, weaving God's message of hope and extravagant welcome with action for justice and peace.
- Interfaith Dialogue
General Synod's commitment to interfaith dialogue is expressed in part through the Interfaith Relations Commission of the National Council of Churches. Through the NCC, the churches are able to connect with leaders of many non-Christian faiths. Other settings of the church are engaged in countless interfaith dialogues, projects and relationships. In many communities, UCC congregations join other churches in organizing coalitions with members of other faiths on issues of shared concern.
Main Focus Countries of Activities
USA - World