Clergy Seek to Build Unity in Alexandria

Shortly after the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, a pastor in Alexandria, Minnesota, posted a Facebook video telling citizens to be ready to "arm up." Other clergy united in response — to share a message of unity and peace.

What is Happening at Our Southern Border?

Listen to the December 7 discussion with Dora Rodriguez, an advocate and activist for migrant rights; Nellie Jo David, a member of the Hia-Ced O’odham tribe; and Dan Millis, program manager for Sierra Club Borderlands.

Justice Talk to Justice Walk: Building Awareness, Strengthening Our Resolve

Check out the videos from the first five webinars in our series, including the latest one with Jim Bear Jacobs.

Young Adults Work for Justice

On June 20, the Minnesota Conference's interns and two other young adults met at Peace United Church of Christ in St. Cloud to participate in a Black Lives Matter Sidewalk Chalk event.

Youth and Young Adults Connecting for Racial Justice

The Minnesota Conference is partnering with staff from the national setting of the UCC to host and facilitate a series of online gatherings for youth and young adults to give voice to the unrest they are experiencing.

Responding to the Murder of George Floyd

More than 20,000 people participated in and viewed the virtual vigil to grieve the murder of George Floyd and to issue a call to action, and dozens of clergy joined two silent marches organized by black clergy.

In Memory of George Floyd: What Shall We Say as Church?

“Please. Please. I can’t breathe.” That desperate plea was among the last words spoken by George Floyd, a black man who was killed on Monday night at the corner of 38th and Chicago Avenue in Minneapolis.

A Letter from the Palestine/Israel Network of the MN Conference UCC

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An Opportunity for which the Church Was Born

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The Executive Officers and Council of Conference Ministers of…