Conference News

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Super Saturday Attendees Called to Get Their Boldness On
Author Brian McLaren told more than 700 people on Saturday that it is time for progressive Christians to get bold, and that the only things hindering ...

March 30th Webinar to Offer Tips for Talking About Annual Meeting
Every church in the Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island conferences is being encouraged to have a representative take part in a March 30th ...

Windsor First Apologizes For Role In 17th Century Witch Trials
After 370 years, First Church in Windsor apologizes for its role in the indictment and hanging of two Windsor residents tried for witchcraft.
Blog Posts

What is Possible When People Work Together for a Common Purpose
This past Saturday over 700 people came together at Minnechaug Regional High School in Wilbraham. We worshiped together, sang together, learned ...

A New Holiday for the UCC
"Like the early American colonists, together we can do amazing things." - John Hargrave

Autophagy in Lent
Autophagy is a biological process in which certain elements within a living cell attack and destroy other materials within the cell... The early days ...

Local News

Churches in the News

HARTFORD COURANT: Wethersfield Resident Rebuilds Homes And Lives In Appalachia
For more than 20 years, Bill Ford has traveled to Appalachian states to help impoverished residents rebuild their homes.

NEWTOWN BEE: Newtown Installs Youth and Mission Minister
The Reverend Kristen Provost Switzer celebrated her 210th day in service to Newtown Congregational Church in grand style. With music, prayers, and not...

ZIP06.COM: North Branford's Rush Hour Offering: 'Ash on Your Dash'
For the second year running, North Branford First Congregational Church is offering "Ash on Your Dash" – a rush hour Ash Wednesday offering catering ...

Devotionals

Spirit Calendar
More Conversation Needed
"I know that I needed that conversation." — Drew Page
Spirited Wednesday
Always With Us
"Don’t we all need to be reminded that God is with us and that we are loved?" — Rev. Kate VanDerzee-Glidden