Our four core values guide our work to create a just world for all.
Even in the midst of a pandemic, the work of building and empowering God’s beloved community inspires us to open doors, build bridges, seek understanding, include diverse perspectives, and set a bigger table with a sincere invitation of “Whoever you are, and wherever you are on life’s journey, you are welcome here.”
Justice, liberation, and reconciliation are the bedrock of our faith. We believe all are created in God’s image, and the fulfillment of Jesus’ prayer that "all may be one” calls us to eradicate the sins of racism and bigotry in and beyond the Church. Living as the people of God requires us to affirm the humanity in all of us.
The world is changing and so is the Church. Learners and leaders of all ages and backgrounds are being called to create a prophetic, visionary, and sustainable of manifestation of the Church. We draw inspiration of "the way" of the early church as we welcome transition and transformation.
Building The Future
We find ourselves at a crossroads of sorts - reflecting on our past and the journey that brought us to this place and time, while looking for God's leading into a new, bright future. Building the future requires a courageous, honest look at who we are and who God is calling us to be as a Conference.
Virtual Annual Gathering
Our Conference has been through a lot in the past couple years with COVID, changes in leadership, events of racial injustice and more. Some refer to these experiences as trauma. As we move toward the search for our settled Conference Minister, the Conference Board of Directors has recognized the importance of and committed to, our Conference developing a strong foundation of antiracism, diversity and inclusion. And we are not alone. The National Leadership of the United Church of Christ has committed to a racial equity audit of our denomination, which some of you may be familiar with.
The Southern California Nevada Conference takes pride in our diversity. Let us step forward to work toward a just world for all.
Save The Date
June 10-11, 2022
Rev. Dr. Velda Love
News & Events
Recent news and upcoming events.
UCC racial justice minister speaks out after Rittenhouse verdict by Velda Love | published on Nov 19, 2021 The Rev. Velda Love, UCC minister of
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