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The United Church of Christ
The United Church of Christ (UCC) is a theologically liberal, Protestant denomination. It was officially incorporated as an organization in 1957 as a result of the merger of the Congregational Christian Churches and the Evangelical and Reformed Church. In 2009 the denomination had approximately 1.1 million members with over 5,300 churches in the United States.
The United Church of Christ participation in the FACT project included a survey of 1200 churches randomly chosen from a listing of all UCC congregations in the United States. A total of 801 questionnaires were returned for a 66.75% response rate. View the 2000 version of the questionnaire used by the United Church of Christ.
If you are interested in obtaining specific information about the results of the United Church of Christ survey, please get in touch with the person responsible for the UCC's on-going studies and reports, Marjorie Royle at [email protected]
The United Church of Christ's 2010 findings are available on their web site at http://www.ucc.org/evangelism/fact/f-a-c-t.html
Information on that page includes:
- 2010 FACT Survey UCC results (PDF)
- FACT Results Graph (PDF)
- FACT Results Graph (PowerPoint)
- FACTS About NST Clergy (PDF)
If you would like to know more about the United Church of Christ, visit the denomination's official web site at www.ucc.org.
- Research Projects
- FACT 2015
- FACT 2010
- FACT 2008
- FACT 2005
- FACT 2000
- Web Resources