The Fair Housing Committee of Wichita's Statement of Conscience

The following Statement of Conscience appeared in a full page advertisement in the Wichita Eagle -- Beacon newspaper with the signatures of all signers. It was endorsed by Archbishop Iakovos.

National Conference on Religion and Race Statement on Civil Rights

A Statement produced by the National Conference on Religion and Race. This statement was endorsed by Archbishop Iakovos on December 12, 1963.

NCC Statement on the Challenges to the Injustices of the Criminal Justice System, 1979

The National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA Statement on the Challenges to the Injustices of the Criminal Justice System was adopted by the governing board on November 10, 1979.

NCC Policy Statement on Racial Justice, 1984

The National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA Policy Statement on Racial Justice was adopted by the governing board on November 10, 1984.

NCC Resolution on Continued Support for Affirmative Action, 1997

The National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA Resolution on Continued Support for the Affirmative Action was approved by the NCC General Assembly November 14, 1997.

NCC Resolution to Reaffirm Commitment to Voting Rights Act, 2005

The National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA Resolution to Reaffirm Commitment to Voting Rights Act was approved by the NCC General Assembly November 9, 2005.

NCC Statement Entitled “A Social Creed for the 21st Century,” 2007

The National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA Statement entitled “A Social Creed for the 21st Century” was approved by the NCC General Assembly November 7, 2007.

SF Faith Leaders Respond to Racist Acts of Violence and Destruction at the Emanuel AME Church

      July 2, 2015     Still grieving the massacre of nine African American congregants by a white supremacist at the historic Emanuel AME Church in...

NCC Member Communions and Affiliated Organizations Statements on South Carolina Shooting

    To read these statements concerning the tragic mass shooting at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charelston, South Carolina, Click Here