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New Haven Churches Fight Against Prison Torture
Three New Haven UCC churches have collaborated with community and collegiate partners to fight the use of torture in prisons by bringing a solitary ...

Serving in the City
CTUCC young adults gather to serve a meal at the Warburton Outreach with First Church of Christ, Congregational in Hartford.

Silver Lake Registration Open Jan. 15
SHARON -- "I love this time of year!" said Jennifer Kronholm Clark, Administrator at Silver Lake Conference Center. "For me, this is the beginning of ...
Blog Posts

A Journey into History
Rev. Char Corbett is using her sabbatical to travel from Acadia to Zion and researching how history impacts our faith.

Sharing Our Gifts, Whatever the Roadblocks
"One could spend a long time waiting for optimal conditions to appear for the stunning debut of one's gifts." - Rev. Max Grant

First 100 Hours Interfaith Climate Justice Vigils
Proclaim the moral urgency to act for climate justice by joining a movement of interfaith vigils across the nation in the first 100 hours of the new ...

Local News

Churches in the News

HARTFORD COURANT: South Congregational Church (East Hartford) Holds 'Vacation Break'
With the kids on their winter break from school, the East Hartford South Congregational Church held a 'Vacation Break' – stemming from their Vacation ...

CT VIEWPOINT: Book review: A big favor for criminal justice in Connecticut
Gordon S. Bates has done Connecticut a big favor by holding a mirror up to the state’s criminal justice history.

MANSFIELD PATCH: Storrs Congregational Church to Experience Renewal Time
The Storrs Congregational Church has received a grant of $41,675 to enable its senior minister, the Rev. Matthew Emery, to participate in the National...

Devotionals

Spirit Calendar
There Is A Plan
"It’s very easy for us to get afraid, it’s very easy for us to become worried, and it’s very easy for us to become anxious." —Isaac Monts
Spirited Wednesday
Songs of Freedom
"We kill our prophets by rescinding their gains on freedom and equality." - Rev. Damaris Whittaker