O give thanks to the Lord, call on his name, make known his deeds among the peoples.
Sing to him, sing praises to him, tell of all his wonderful works. (1Chronicles 16:8-9)
Nearly 50 years ago a dedicated and faithful group of men and women came together to help form and shape a vision that would become the Southern Conference. They came from various forms of faith traditions that created a uniqueness that still is unmatched in the United Church of Christ. They were the Southern Synod, the Southern Convention of the Congregational Christian Church, and the Convention of the South. The Convention of the South was all of the African American Congregational Christian Churches in the Southeast. Read more
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Conference Minister: Rev. Edward S. Davis President: Rev. Carla Gregg Vice-president: Ms. Brenda James Secretary: Ms. Austria LaShauna Treasurer: Rev. Ervin Milton
"Building a stronger Southern Conference, by working together in faith, trust, and love!"
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Moral March 2014 HKonJ
with a strong UCC presence
1. NC Council gathering (8:00 AM)
2. UCC Ministers (NC Council gathering)
3. Community UCC Raleigh banner
4. United Church Chapel Hill Banner
5. Rev. Randy Orwig, Elon Comm. UCC
6. Rev. Ben Guess (Nat. Staff)
7. Rev. Geoffrey Black, UCC Gen. Min.
8. Rev. Edward Davis, SOC Conf. Min.
Re-scheduled: March 26-28 Franklinton Center at Bricks Make lodging reservations separately with either Franklinton Center or area hotels.
Register here for event (includes 4 meals plus conference fees and materials). Select appropriate Minister status and then click "Buy Now" button.
Stay up to date of the Southern Conference's actions at Moral March on the Facebook Page of this movement.
Churches within the Southern Conference of the United Church of Christ are post their involvement with the Moral Monday Movement in North Carolina. A Facebook Page documents how faith meets action in support of those whose voices are unheard.