Our 2021 Thanksgiving Proclamation features four centuries of Congregational voices and is designed to be read by one speaker or several, at church or at home.
As COVID-19 continues to affect how we function as communities of faith, pastors face difficult decisions. Some congregations did not adjust their worship practices in the wake of the virus’ spread. Others had just resumed “normal” in-person worship in recent [...]
Every Advent and Lenten season, individuals from our member churches submit writings of daily devotions to be included in a Devotional Booklet to help mark the season. Printed copies of Devotionals may be purchased from the NACCC. Devotionals are $3.50 each. [...]
New Workshop for Clergy Increasingly, congregations seek ministers with specialized training in interim ministry after one pastorate ends and they prepare to call a new minister. Moreover, the changing role of the church in society, compounded by the pandemic, means [...]
During the pandemic, NACCC churches have created and altered programs to meet the needs of their congregations during an uncertain and often challenging time. From this chaos grew ministries, programs, and projects that not only met the existing needs of [...]
If your church is interested in discussing racial justice in a safe and healing setting, the Racial Justice Task Team together with the Center for Congregational Leadership offers webinars, reading materials, and other resources for your church to make [...]
Save the date! Our 2022 Annual Meeting & Conference will be held June 25-28 in Wichita, Kansas. Click here to view a promotional video previewing our visit!
We continue to compile a list of NACCC Member Churches who are streaming their church services online. This list is available in both a PDF and excel spreadsheet. Please let us know if your church is holding online services [...]
Our 2021 Annual Meeting and Conference was held as a a Virtual meeting. Below you will find documents and videos related to that wonderful event. Welcome Sister Churches! As part of our celebration, we welcomed four new churches into our [...]
Four congregations have prayerfully discerned that they were called to join the National Association of Congregational Christian Churches. The membership committee reviewed and approved their applications which were subsequently approved by the Leadership Council and voted on by the delegates [...]