Conference News


Environmental Justice Retreat Alum, Director, Speak at Press Conference
Tyra DeBoise, a three-time alum of the Conference's Environmental Justice For All! Retreat, and UCC Envirornmental Justice Center Director Pam ...

Siladi: Day McCallister Leaving Staff for Call to Local Church Ministry
A letter from Conference Minister The Rev. Kent J. Siladi sent to Connecticut Conference churches on April 10, 2017.

McCallister Reflects on Nine Years of Changes
When the Rev. Da Vita D. McCallister came on to the Connecticut Conference staff almost 10 years ago, she recalls, she wasn't just the only person of ...
Blog Posts

Let's Go To The Meeting
"You gotta be there. I mean, you really gotta be there." —Rev. Nancy Taylor

Reflection on Mentored Relationships
A Reflection on Mentored Relationships This reflection offers insights about our new Mentored Relationships model for leadership development. Karen ...

Sitting in the Tomb and Practicing Resurrection: An Easter Theology for the Formation of the CT-RI-MA UCC
"In the forming of a new conference in New England there is a chance to actually live the theology we stand for." — Kaeley McEvoy

Local News

Churches in the News

NEW HAVEN REGISTER: 2 New Haven UCC Congregations To Vote On Forming New Parish
Sunday likely will be the last year that United Church on the Green and the Church of the Redeemer celebrate Easter separately. The parishioners have ...

WOODSTOCK VILLAGER: Empty Bowls Fill Food Pantry
Emmy Bowl Project fundraiser brings in $6K to benefit Interfaith Human Services of Putnam. See the lead story in the Woodstock Villager.

NEW BRITAIN HERALD: Kensington Congregational Church Kicks Off Capital Campaign
On Sunday, March 26, approximately 150 members and friends of the 305-year-old Kensington church gathered for a festive brunch to launch the Expanding...


Spirit Calendar
Doubting Thomas
"Seeing isn’t believing any longer." — Tiffany Vail
Spirited Wednesday
Easter In the Streets
“Sure, we who follow Christ will wind up in strange places and likely with scars of our own. But if the choice is between that and fear behind closed ...