Conference News

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Work Begins on Crafting New Conference Proposal
Just after the Annual Meetings of the Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut Conferences voted decisively on June 17 to move forward toward ...

37 Southern New England Youth Experience Synod
Southern New England Conferences collaborate to send thirty-seven young leaders to Youth @ Synod in Baltimore.

Clergy Transitions: July 2017
The following ministerial changes were reported to the Connecticut Conference in July 2017:
Blog Posts

#TheNow: Nobody Else Can Do This
My name is Xavier Blyden and my church home is with the congregation at the United Congregational Church of Bridgeport. This fall I will start my ...

Let's Engage in Conversation Together
An Open Letter written to the First Congregational Church of Woodstock by Young Adult General Synod Delegate Brittany LaFleur Dear Church Family,   ...

#UCCGS: We Try SO Hard. We Still Make Mistakes
I don't often write blog posts about my personal experiences. In the 20 years I've been doing Conference communication work, I've put most of my ...

Local News

Churches in the News

THE COURANT: Syrian Refugees Speak About New Life In Connecticut
Zeyad Al Abas, a Syrian refugee recently relocated to Glastonbury, and sponsored by South Church in Glastonbury, told his story to the crowd at the ...

RECORD JOURNAL: First woman to lead First Congregational Church in Wallingford
The newest senior minister at First Congregational Church of Wallingford wants the church to be more than just a prominent building on the corner of ...

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 ...

Devotionals

Spirit Calendar
Songbooks
" People who already know the song – sing loud!" —Alan Munshower
Spirited Wednesday
Road Trips and God-Sightings
"Maybe we have more God-sightings on road trips simply because that’s when we’re actually paying attention." —Rev. Alison Buttrick Patton