The History of Christian Churches in the UCC

The History of Christian Churches in the UCC

In 1957, when the Evangelical and Reformed Church and the Congregational and Christian churches formed the United Church of Christ, there was a fifth stream that fed into our formation, the Afro-Christian Church. While it maintained a Christian identity, it was an independent and separate organizational structure comprised of the Afro Christian Convention, five conferences, 150 churches, 25,000 members, 185 ordained ministers, and licentiates. Join us as we hear of this rich legacy from Dr. Yvonne Delk a daughter of the Afro Christian tradition and spiritual leader in our midst.

This webinar is presented by the United Church of Christ as part of our “Thursdays for the Soul” webinar series.


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