Justice for All People

“Open the gates of justice! I will enter and tell the Lord how thankful I am." Psalm 118:19

The Catoctin Association affirmed the following statement: “We, the Catoctin Association, declaring that Black Lives Matter and acknowledging our complicity in systemic racism, commit to be an authentic reflection of God’s promises of peace through justice for all by working to become anti-racist in all ministries of word, welcome, and deed.”

Racial Justice Resources

Racial Justice Resources
Anti-Racist Resources

Find Out About the UCC's
3 Great Loves Initiative

"The United Church of Christ has a vision of a just world for all. In this world all are welcomed, everyone is loved and justice is inherent. The 3 Great Loves is the denomination’s opportunity to express how our Love of Neighbor, Love of Children, and Love of Creation work together to address the inequities in our current world."

3 Great Loves

It's RYE!

Watch for news of the next Eastern Regional Youth Event (ERYE)!

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Catoctin Association Resources

Constitution and By-Laws amended April, 2021

Catoctin Expense Voucher Policy for Youth Funds

CAC By-Laws, Personnel Policy Manual, and the current compensation guidelines for clergy serving churches in the CAC

CAC Documents

Still Speaking Initiative

The United Church of Christ’s “God Is Still Speaking” initiative.

Still Speaking Daily Devotional

Daily Devotional

Join the Justice & Witness Action network!

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Justice and Witness Action Network

Catoctin Association Church & Ministry Commission

Members in Discernment (MID)

Resources for those pursing ordained ministry in the UCC through the Catoctin Association.

MiDs Process and Checklist Ordination Paper 1 Ordination Paper 2 Ordination Paper 3

Lay Ministerial Standing

Resources for Lay Ministerial Standing

Keep & Till

Many rural churches are concerned about what the future may hold, and what their contribution will be to that future. Yet, in a world where community, ecology, and food justice are increasing concerns for us all, maybe a rural church reconnected with the land can relearn some lessons from her past to shape her future. This is the story of The Keep & Till, a new rural church seeking for the incarnate Christ through agriculture.  April 2018

Keep & Till