Mission of UCCC
United Covenant Churches of Christ is made up of more than 20,000 members globally. The movement exists to build an innovative, ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse organization through which the Gospel of Jesus Christ is proclaimed. It promotes the growth of local churches and creates a resourceful and meaningful networking environment for pastors. Further, it emphasizes the need for and importance of theological and secular academics. U.C.C.C is designing programs to foster higher learning in order to cultivate well-rounded clerical leadership world-wide. Most importantly, It seeks to develop "oneness" in the body of Christ based on biblical-sound teaching and the principles and culture of God.
Focus of UCCC
The MOVEMENT for the next program of God has U.C.C.C. stamped on the liturgy of God with a 21st century agenda.
United Covenant Church of Christ is set to deliver programs that will ignite the flame of Christ beyond the pulpit and walls of the church building.
Center for Theological Studies (C.T.S)
C.T.S is designed to shape aspirants and current presbyters into theologians of our season and to empower them to help propel the growth of their ministries and senior pastors. C.T.S will provide academic courses offered in the halls of the university as we chart the necessary steps for the development of our accredited school.
Social Justice Impact (S.J.I)
The Challenges of our communities and districts require ministers to be fully equipped to address the social and political issues of our day. S.J.I will carve out a voice for the church than can speak to the social and economic needs of the disenfranchised individuals and families of our societies.
International Affairs and Missions (I.A.M)
I.A.M will work hand-in-hand with S.J.I and expand the borders of the church to create housing, to build schools, and to clothe and feed the hungry and impoverished families in communities in poverty-stricken and underdeveloped areas in Africa, Asia and the Caribbean as we share the Gospel of Jesus Christ.