Conference News

News

Looking Back: Silver Lake in 1957
A look back at Silver Lake in its first year as a site of the CT Conference Summer Youth Programs.

Annual Meeting to Take Up Two Resolutions
The 150th Annual Meeting of the Connecticut Conference - being held as part of the historic Tri-Conference Meeting June 16 - 17 at the Connecticut ...

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 ...
Blog Posts

4 Days of Advocacy: Learning, Networking, and Lobbying
"The nature of any ecumenical gathering comes with a free side of noticing our similarities and differences with other faith traditions." —Emily ...

Resurrection People Marching For God's Creation
Creation is at a turning point. We are headed toward a climate unseen in 50 million years. Realizing this, what if the church were to begin to act ...

Show Up
"...to listen for God’s guidance, to share our visions of church, and to get to know our kin." — Rev. Shelly Stackhouse

Local News

Churches in the News

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 ...

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.

Devotionals

Spirit Calendar
What Things?
"We need more practice in telling our own story, in telling Jesus’ story." —Rev. Mary Nelson
Spirited Wednesday
Encounter
"Imagine you and a friend were in deep in conversation and Jesus joined you." — Rev. Frank Basler