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UCC-Related RHF Expands its Affordable Housing Ministry in Southern Los Angeles »

September 15, 2016

United Church of Christ-related Retirement Housing Foundation has completed Paloma Terrace, a new affordable housing property in South Los Angeles. The four-story structure comprises 59 units of housing for low-income families.

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UCC Congregation, CHAMP Homes Partner to Support Homeless »

September 15, 2016

Members of Pass-A-Grille Beach Community UCC in Florida traveled to Cape Cod in early September to spend a week completing projects in support of UCC-related CHAMP Homes, a CHHSM-member organization that offers interim housing and support programs for the homeless.

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Healing »

September 14, 2016

Accidents happen. Some are natural disasters as seen in recent floods, tornadoes and earthquakes. Some are brought on by terrorists or criminals where innocent people become victims of horrific acts. Some are accidents that happen in a split second of being in the wrong place at the wrong time or making a foolish choice.

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UCC Leads the Way in Advocating for America's Older Adults »

September 14, 2016

Leaders of the United Church of Christ's Council for Health and Human Service Ministries played a significant role at in-district legislative advocacy meetings this summer organized by LeadingAge, a national organization that exists to expand the world of possibilities for the aging.

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UCAN CEO Emeritus: The Root Cause of Gun Violence is Guns »

September 14, 2016

There is empirical evidence that stronger gun laws reduce the diversion of firearms to illegal users and save lives.

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CHHSM Joins Other UCC Settings in Offering Support to Our Church's Wider Mission »

September 14, 2016

Breaking from tradition, the UCC's Council for Health and Human Service Ministries, which does not receive any funding from the denomination’s shared funding pool known as Our Church’s Wider Mission, has decided to contribute to it instead.