From central North Carolina to the coast, the Eastern NC Association includes some of North Carolina’s most famous landmarks and towns — including the Hatteras Lighthouse, the country’s first state university and the state Capitol. The Association is also home to over 75 churches the represent a range of communities and theological orientations — and that share a bond in the United Church of Christ.


2017 Church Women’s Conference

The Church Women had a wonderful time at the 2017 Women's Summer Conference, June 16-17, 2017, hosted by the Western North Carolina Association Church Women at Black Lake in Asheboro,...

Installation Announcement

On August 20, 2017 Community United Church of Christ will celebrate the Installation of its newest Pastor, Rev. Jenny Shultz-Thomas. Read...

Sanctuary Matters

CHAPEL HILL - Saturday, September 16: Reflection and Training for congregations in discernment about offering sanctuary to immigrants facing deportation....

Franklinton Center Day 2017

On Saturday, August 5, Franklinton Center Day, 2017, we’ll welcome you and hundreds of others from around the community, state and nation to enjoy mouth-watering food, head-bobbing music, inspirational spoken word, invigorating swimming, exciting games, unique...

Mother and Sons Seek Refuge

Facing deportation, mother and sons seek refuge at Greensboro church Deportation of family...

“Faith in Solar” campaign — please sign on!

Dear SOC clergy friends: A good number of you have already signed on to the letter (see below) composed by Rev. Dr. Rodney Sadler  regarding support of NC Warn's "Faith in Solar" campaign -- an initiative inviting Duke Energy to partner in a goodwill, win-win...

Changes to SOC Constitution and Bylaws

 Your feedback is requested on changes to SOC Constitution and Bylaws The Board of Directors of the Southern Conference will be proposing a number of changes to the constitution and bylaws at the Annual Meeting in Virginia Beach, Virginia June 22-24, 2017.  Prior to...

Register now for “Creation Justice Pathways in North Carolina”!

Register now for “Creation Justice Pathways in North Carolina”!

Our CJN conference "Creation Justice Pathways in NC" is now less than three weeks away -- please register now at to join us, March 24-26, Parkway UCC/Winston-Salem.  You can choose to participate in our Saturday...

Youth bring climate activism to social media

Generation Green, a new collaborative endeavor of youth from the United Church of Christ and the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) has been launched. Youth groups from across the country will adopt a specific month during which they will create social media posts...

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