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Is it not enough for you to feed on the good pasture, but you must tread down with your feet the rest of your pasture? When you drink of clear water, must you foul the rest with your feet? And must my sheep eat what you have trodden with your feet, and drink what you […]
Following the season of Lent, Holy Week begins on Good Friday and ends on the eve of Easter. If you were able to be in the sanctuary or online, you heard the magnificent voice of Keilah and admired the beauty of the lilies on the altar. Then of course, there were Easter bonnets, worn proudly […]
What to do after so much Covid-related isolation? Greensboro village pastor Ed Sunday-Winters and church moderator Judy Dales knew an answer was some community fellowship. So, Saturday afternoon February 13, thirty people gathered in a brisk and chilly wind around a campfire outside the Greensboro United Church of Christ to cook and eat s’mores (freshly […]
Our multi-talented former office manager has accepted a job working for the City of Pittsfield, MA. Here’s how he described the work: “It’s a new position. I work for the mayor’s office in the City of Pittsfield as the administrative coordinator for the ARPA program. ARPA is the American Relief Plan Act, a massive injection […]
Please join us in person to worship on Sunday at 10 a.m. It’s the seventh Sunday of Easter. Our scripture is John 17:20-26 and the sermon is titled “Out of Many One” by Rev. Ed Sunday-Winters. Please note that we will be wearing masks during the service and ask that you stay home if you […]
Learn about the proposed amendment Prop 2 to abolish slavery in the Vermont Constitution that you can vote on in November. GUCC will host this presentation on Wednesday, June 1st beginning at 7PM. Contrary to popular and widespread belief, Vermont has had some sort of constitutional slavery longer than many other states in the U.S. […]
On June 10, beginning at 5 pm, we will be serving a meal that will feature flavors from Afghanistan and Ukraine. Donations will be accepted to help the Vermont office of the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants in their work with Afghan refugees and the Hungarian Interchurch Aid in their work with Ukrainian refugees. […]
The East Coast Inspirational Singers will be celebrating and performing on Juneteenth with us at the Greensboro United Church of Christ June 19th at 10 am! The East Coast Inspirational Singers hail from Harlem and use gospel, R&B, jazz and the blues as their medium, sharing their passion for raising awareness about Black history with […]
Pastoral leaders in the United Church of Christ who took a financial hit because of COVID-19 can again apply for help. Among them are those who lost a call or experienced a severe salary decrease. The Pension Boards has extended… The post Fresh cycle of grants will aid ministers hit financially by COVID appeared first […]
The night of a May 24 school attack that killed 19 students and two teachers in Uvalde, Tex., the Rev. Phil Hodson, Conference minister of the South Central Conference of the United Church of Christ, offered this reflection. It appeared… The post Texas UCC leader: ‘God is waiting for us to do something’ appeared first […]
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