Conference News


CT, MA Conferences to Share Associate for Racial Justice Ministry
TJ Harper Toyan (TJ) Harper – the current Associate for Racial Justice Ministries for the Massachusetts Conference – will be expanding his role to ...

Conference Celebrates Gilson's 17-Years Service
Friends, board members, colleagues, and family members gathered at Immanuel Congregational Church on Sunday to celebrate the 17-year service of Cecile...

SLCC Summer Begins With Pre-Camp
2017 Pioneer works on Chaplains Cottage Silver Lake Conference Center's Summer Conference Season is up and running. The first two summer conferences...
Blog Posts

An Authentic Experience of Kingdom Work
"These trips to the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation are among the best things I am privileged to do each year. And the reason is simple: what we do ...

Don't Call it Messy; Call it Hard
That questions about structure and other administrative matters will be answered as we go may feel messy, even chaotic, to some of us. Our faith, ...

Unity in Diversity
"We do not have to agree on everything, except one: that we are one." —John Hargrave

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 ...


Spirit Calendar
Joyful Noise
"The energy of camp songs revitalizes me in a way unique to this outdoor ministry setting." —Jennifer Kronholm Clark
Spirited Wednesday
"Hospitality isn’t rocket science. We need to extend human kindness and courtesy to all of God’s people." — Rev. Sue Foster