James Ross

James Ross

The Rev. Ross leads the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion team. He also provides support and leadership within the Conference, our churches, other settings of the United Church of Christ, and the communities where we live, worship and work to identify, confront, address, and bring justice in the places structural harm has taken place.

In addition, Rev. Ross works directly on initiatives and programs related to racial justice and LGBTQIA justice. He is available to provide trainings, individual consultations, and other engagement.


Published Articles


12/8/2022 - 'Greetings, Favored One'

9/29/2022 - Justice Summit was Pure Fire!

9/29/2022 - Planning for Immigration Arrivals

8/25/2022 - Join us at the Racial Justice Summit!

7/6/2022 - This is a Time for Lament

6/30/2022 - Is Gun Rights Ruling a Free Pass for Lynchings?

5/4/2022 - Responding to the Potential Overturn of Roe v. Wade

3/31/2022 - There Can Be No Easter Without Good Friday

3/28/2022 - Show Support for LGBT Youth, Race Education with these Postcards

3/7/2022 - The Humanity of People Who Serve

2/24/2022 - Choosing A Lenten Sacrifice

1/28/2022 - A Few Tips as We Observe Black History Month

12/17/2021 - Yes, There is Hope! An Advent Message

11/18/2021 - From Blah, Blah, Blah to New Life: A Message from Rev. James D. Ross II

9/24/2021 - Work for Justice Fundamental to Call of Christianity

9/23/2021 - Gathering Will Help Churches Assist Afghan Refugees

7/22/2021 - Pray for Those Affected by DACA Ruling

7/18/2021 - #UCCSynod: My Heart Aches

6/24/2021 - A Call to Confront Lies

5/3/2021 - Opportunities to Learn are Part of Asian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

4/29/2021 - Justice and Love

4/6/2021 - Each of Us Has a Role to Play in Changing the Narrative About Guns

3/30/2021 - Whatever the Outcome of The Chauvin Trial, the Need for Racial Justice Work Will Continue

3/25/2021 - Rev. James D. Ross II: Living the Love and Justice of Jesus

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