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

Next up: Jim Bear Jacobs on "Refusing to fight for crumbs: Exploring the intersections of Indigenous and Black Justice." Plus check out the videos from the first four webinars in our series.

A Song of Faith

For several mornings in a row, I awakened with the strains of an old hymn immediately on my lips. "When peace like a river attendeth my way, When sorrows like sea billows roll, Whatever my lot, Thou hast taught me to say: It is well, it is well with my soul."

Join The Damascus Project Network – For Free!

In this time of continued physical distancing, it is more important than ever to find new ways to connect. That’s why we invite you to join The Damascus Project Network.

Conference Rolls Out New Family Connections Toolkit for Summer

Spice up your summer with our new Family Connections Toolkit, full of games, activities, spiritual practices, videos and more. Week one focuses on "Connecting with the Sacred in Nature."

Board of Directors Appoints Amos Task Force to Address Racial Injustice

Twelve diverse clergy from across the Conference have been recruited to serve on the Amos Task Force to shape both short- and longer-term responses to racial injustice in Minnesota and in our Conference.

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.

Conference Minister Shari Prestemon Shares State of the Conference Address

Rev. Shari Prestemon shared a powerful and inspiring State of the Conference address with us during our time together on June 13.

UCC Youth Speak Up & Out

This summer, three young adults are interning with the Conference to engage other youth in important work and activities. Here's a look at the amazing work they've been doing.

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.