The statement, linked below, from the United Church of Christ (1987) is one of several statements from different churches that have reversed historic positions of prejudice against Judaism and moving to a more positive attitude about Judaism.
Relationship between the UCC and the Jewish community
The statement opens with an acknowledgement of historic Christian error about God's covenant with the Jewish people and the tragic consequences of those attitudes.
We in the United Church of Christ acknowledge that the Christian Church has, throughout much of its history, denied God's continuing covenantal relationship with the Jewish people expressed in the faith of Judaism. This denial often has led to outright rejection of the Jewish people and to theologically and humanly intolerable violence.
The UCC statement affirms the continuing covenantal relationship between God and the Jewish people.
THEREFORE, the Sixteenth General Synod of the United Church of Christ affirms its recognition that God's covenant with the Jewish people has not been rescinded or abrogated by God, but remains in full force, inasmuch as "the gifts and the call of God are irrevocable" (Rom. 11:29).