People of the Covenant

The Disciples of Christ have understood themselves to be a “covenantal church” – not a hierarchical church or a connectional church; not a confession church or a congregational church. We are a people bound...

Interreligious Commitment as an Ecumenical Call

Interreligious engagement and commitment are parts of an ecumenical call, and they have renewed the ecumenical movement. By looking into the journey that the ecumenical community has taken and considering the current cultural contexts...

The Church and the Jewish People

The Church and the Jewish People: A Study Guide for the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) Edited by Clark M. Williamson   From Preface In its “Progress Report on Relations Between Jews and Christians” to the 1991 General Assembly...

The Disciples of Christ in One Sentence

D. Newell Williams, President of Brite Divinity School at Texas Christian University, is serving as the Co-chair of the International Commission for Dialogue between the Disciples of Christ and the Roman Catholic Church. This...

Transforming Discipleship

The Christian Unity and Interfaith Ministry (CUIM) of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in the US and Canada presents a publication that is so timely as Christians continuously live in a context, which...

President’s Report for 2019

The year-end report for 2019 has been published. In God’s mercy and guidance, the year 2019 was busy yet fruitful for the Council. As the Council has officially changed its name as the Christian...

Disciples of Christ: A Brief Description

CCU’s new publication, Disciples of Christ: A Brief Description, written by Rev. Dr. Robert Welsh, is an overview of the Disciples of Christ as a global Christian body. This handbook provides very concise information on Disciples history, identity,...