The Minnesota Conference has a number of partnerships across the U.S. and abroad, including:
The Conference works with the South East Mindanao Jurisdiction of the United Church of Christ in the Philippines (UCCP). Through our partnership, we experience the global community of Christ and are challenged to consider global implications of our ministries and of our nation’s foreign policy. Frequent visits of teams from the Minnesota Conference UCC to the Philippines and of teams from the UCCP to Minnesota have nurtured life-long relationships and established a mutual respect for each other’s ministries, gifts, contexts, and challenges.
Back Bay Mission
Established in 1922 as a ministry with the poorest of the poor in Biloxi, Mississippi, Back Bay Mission is a highly regarded organization in the United Church of Christ. Back Bay Mission meets the urgent needs of those suffering from poverty and its effects while building pathways to social justice. We lead the way in delivering services, creating collaborative solutions, and transforming lives through mission immersion experiences.
Oak Meadows is a not-for-profit senior living community in Minnesota. It is committed to providing excellent care, engaging activities, and a strong community for its tenants.
Samaritan Bethany, a senior services organization located in Rochester, MN, became an established partner of the Minnesota Conference in 2013. It began its service to the elderly in 1922. Samaritan Bethany is a non-profit organization, centered in its belief in God, and supported by 7 local sponsoring churches. It strives to grow and change with the needs of residents and the community.
The Council for Health and Human Service Ministries
Council for Health and Human Service Ministries of the United Church of Christ (CCHSM) is a community of leaders and organizations committed to advancing the healing and service ministry of Jesus Christ. They have 73 corporate members, all affiliated with the United Church of Christ, which operate 363 communities and programs for children, youth, families, older adults and people with disabilities.
United Theological Seminary
A seminary of the United Church of Christ, United Theological Seminary was the first seminary in mainline Protestantism with an ecumenical charter. The founders intended that the seminary should pioneer new ways to educate people for ministry in a changing world. United is a vibrant, creative, caring and challenging place in which to pursue theological education.