Learn about our valued conference partners
From national groups to local agencies, including our partners in the UCC’s Council for Health and Human Services Ministries, we work alongside many people to love and serve like Jesus.
Better known as CHHSM (when we talk about this agency we say “CHIS-UM”), the Council for Health and Human Service Ministries is committed to advancing the work of all health and human service ministries of the United Church of Christ in creating a just, caring and compassionate world.Visit the CHHSM website
This Southern Indiana Christian camp was once part of the IKC and now we are proud to be a supporter and partner with them.Visit the Merom website
Church Campaign Services provide stewardship and generosity resources for congregations.Visit the Church Campaign Services website
The Insurance Board serves the UCC and other denominations to support and protect churches and church ministries by offering superior Property and Casualty Risk and Insurance Management Services.
Established in 1909, United Church Funds is the leading provider of investment management and planned giving services to the United Church of Christ (UCC) churches and ministries, and serves faith-based organizations beyond the UCC.Visit the United Church Funds website
United Church Homes is a leading provider of healthcare and senior living services with a mission to transform aging by building a culture of community, wholeness, and peace for those they are privileged to serve.Visit the United Church Homes website
Crossroad creates promising futures for children in difficult circumstances by providing therapy, education, and family support services. This Fort Wayne, IN, agency serves all of Indiana (and sometimes beyond) to provide for at-risk children and their families.Visit the Crossroad website
Seven Counties Services / Bellewood & Brooklawn provide a comprehensive continuum of care that helps vulnerable individuals find hope, make positive changes in their lives, and realize their potential. We serve more than 31,000 Kentuckians annually through mental, behavioral and developmental health programs, substance abuse treatment, crisis intervention, therapeutic residential treatment programs for youth, and therapeutic foster care.Visit the Bellewood & Brooklawn website
The United Church of Christ Mental Health Network works to reduce stigma and promote the inclusion of people with mental illnesses/brain disorders and their families in the life, leadership and work of congregations.Visit the UCC Mental Health Network website
This ecumenical agency brings together Christian leadership in Kentucky to work together for unity.Visit the Kentucky Council of Churches website
The Open and Affirming (ONA) Coalition of the United Church of Christ advocates for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community, and equips UCC congregations to become effective witnesses to Christ’s extravagant welcome.Visit the ONA Coalition website