Churches Uniting In Christ

Reconciling the baptized, seeking unity with justice

CUIC Speaks Out!

Please click the link below to download our latest announcement:   CUIC Speaks Out - February 1st, 2017    

Save The Date!

Please click the link below to read our latest announcement: Save The Date Letter PDF

Churches Uniting in Christ support Standing Rock pipeline protests

  Churches Uniting in Christ’s (CUIC) Statement of Support for The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: For more information:   Please contact Vince Gonzales at 214-354-2337   October 21, 2016   (Dallas, Texas)  Churches Uniting in Christ,...

Voting - A Christian Obligation

Please review this article to see why voting is an obligation for all Christians:   http://episcopaldigitalnetwork.com/ens/2016/08/22/presiding-bishop-offers-election-message-encourages-voting-as-a-christian-obligation/

  • CUIC Speaks Out!

  • Save The Date!

  • Churches Uniting in Christ support Standing Rock pipeline protests

  • Voting - A Christian Obligation

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Churches Uniting in Christ is a covenant relationship among eleven Christian communions.

The member churches of CUIC include:

  • The African Methodist Episcopal Church
  • The African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church
  • The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
  • The Christian Methodist Episcopal Church
  • The Episcopal Church
  • The International Council of Community Churches
  • The Moravian Church (Northern Province)
  • The Presbyterian Church (USA)
  • The United Church of Christ
  • The United Methodist Church.
  • The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America is a partner in mission and dialogue.

Unity in the Midst of Strife

In 2002, 11 Christian communions pledged to live more closely together in expressing their unity in Christ and combating racism through Churches Uniting in Christ. In the midst of war, terrorism, disasters, economic collapse, strident political polarization, and increasing wealth disparity, these church bodies are deepening their relationships and extending their common life. They look forward to a greater public witness of reconciling the baptized and seeking unity with justice.

Marks of Commitment

  • Receive each other as Christ's church
  • Mutually recognize baptisms & members
  • Affirm apostolic creeds
  • Celebrate Eucharist together
  • Engage in mission & anti-racism
  • Promote wholeness & inclusion
  • Structure accountability, consultation & decision-making
  • Support ongoing theological dialogue

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