The bulk of the archives of the Massachusetts Council of Churches reside at the Congregational Library.  Visit their website for more information.

The following is a collection of important publications and statements since the mid-twentieth century.  If you are looking for a particular document that you are unable to find, please contact us!

The ethics of abortion: A Protestant perspective (1992)

Affirmative Action: Reflections by Christians about where we go as a nation

A resolution of the Board of Directors of the Massachusetts Council of Churches unequivocally recognizing the Armenian Genocide (September 27, 2007)

Physician Assisted Suicide: A Christian perspective from the Massachusetts Council of Churches (November 30, 2000)

Baptismal Practice in an Ecumenical Context; Massachusetts Commission on Christian Unity

In opposition to capital punishment (October 1997)

Church and State Relations: a fresh look at a classic issue (1992)

Constructive Conflict in Ecumenical Contexts

Entering into ecumenical and interreligious dialogue

The Accessible Church: Toward Becoming the Whole Family of God: Opportunities and Responsibilities for Ministry with People with Disabilities

Ecumenical Accountability: What are our responsibilities to and for each other?

Gambling and government: some ethical concerns (1993)

Open letter to legislators on guns and violence: June (1990)

Church and Health Care (1977)

Labor and Leisure: a look at contemporary values (September 1994)

Living the Faith You Share: 10 Ecumenical Guidelines for Couples in Roman Catholic/Protestant Marriages

A Call to revive a fundamental concern: nuclear weapons (1978)

Odyssey Toward Unity

Points for Peacemaking

The churches and political responsibility (1984)

Christian Political Responsibility (1996)

Together we pray: Prayers for Christian Unity

Public aid to private schools (1986)

Sunday closing laws revisited: A Biblical, ethical, and sociological study of a common day of rest (January 1993)

MCC policy statement on welfare reform (Winter 1995)

Youth Sports and public activities on Sunday mornings (December 9, 1997)