Offering a family of professionally managed, diversified & socially responsible investment funds to churches & faith-based organizations

  • Investing with a Mission: Performance Beyond the Numbers

    United Church Funds (UCF) is the institutional investment ministry of the United Church of Christ (UCC). UCF offers a diverse family of socially responsible investment funds to churches, conferences, associations and ministries of the UCC and faith-based organizations. Our goal is simple: to make more money available for ministry. Learn more.

  • Aligning Values and Finance

    United Church Funds’ socially responsible investment (SRI) program reflects our belief that faith-based investing aligns with the United Church of Christ. We implement our long-term investment strategy by investing in companies that operate in a sustainable manner. Learn more.

  • UCF Introduces the All-New Planned Giving Microsite

    UCF introduces the all-new UCF Planned Giving Microsite designed exclusively for UCC churches and ministries. Learn more and take advantage of this special offer.

  • Money and Ministry Summit

    The Missouri Mid-South Conference and the UCC Financial Ministries hosted a Money and Ministry Summit on 2/23 in Columbia, MO. L-R: Michael Cheravitch (Cornerstone Fund), Mark Dischinger (Insurance Board), Howard Hawkins (UCF), Rev. Priscilla Bizer (CB&LF); Cynthia Bailie (OPTIC); Rev. Dr. Ginny Brown Daniel (Conference Minister); Don Hill (Don Hill Consulting); Rev. Richard Oberle (Columbia UCC); Doug Dischinger (Insurance Board)

  • The latest on Fossil Fuels Resolution

    Have you visited our Beyond Fossil Fuels website? Stay up-to-date on our progress following the General Synod Fossil Fuels resolution at bff.ucfunds.org

News & Updates

  • March 2019 Market Review »

    Following is a summary of the markets and our funds’ performance for the month of March 2019, provided by our Chief Investment Strategist David A. Klassen.

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  • How ESG Investing Helps Address the Opioid Crisis »

    The 24th General Synod in 2003 noted that “the emphasis of the United States’ war on drugs continues to be on the production and supply of illegal substances rather than focusing on the demand for drugs in our own land;” and “according to federal statistics, 72% of all users of illegal drugs are white, 15% are African American, and 10% are Hispanic; however, African Americans constitute 36.8% percent of those arrested for drug violations and over 42 percent of those in federal prisons for drug violations.”

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  • February 2019 Market Review »

    Following is a summary of the markets and our funds’ performance for the month of February 2019, provided by our Chief Investment Strategist David A. Klassen.

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  • Advancing Women through Investment »

    March 8 marks International Women’s Day, a global celebration of women’s social, economic, cultural and political achievements.

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