Conference News


Difficult Decisions: Bunker Hill Congregational Church
Church leaders make many decisions: worship decisions, mission decisions, even the mundane choice of whether to setup 5 tables for coffee hour or 6. ...

New Video: Vantage Point #22 - Together, As One
The Connecticut Conference released a new Vantage Point video today. In this episode, the Rev. Kent J. Siladi speaks with the Rev. Jocelyn Gardner ...

Legislative Advocate Featured on Radio Program
Conference Legislative Advocate Michele Mudrick and Former Congressmen Robert Steele were featured on WTIC 1080 Sunday speaking out against the ...
Blog Posts

Reformative Justice
Rev. Gordon Bates shares some of the research from his recent book on CT prisons and criminal justice reforms.

The Importance of an Extravagant Welcome
It is more important than ever for us as people of God to welcome all into the safety and embrace of our church communities. Our LGBTQ friends are ...

Advocates To Make Voices Heard on Casinos
Some two dozen of us gathered at Christ Church Cathedral in downtown Hartford on Tuesday despite a snowstorm that began just as we prayed our way into...

Local News

Churches in the News

HARTFORD COURANT: Columbia Congregational Community Breakfasts Provide Fellowship, As Well As Food
The Columbia Congregational Church is going into its fifth year of offering community breakfasts at its parish hall, located near the center of town. ...

HARTFORD COURANT: Food, Fellowship At Community Kitchens Luncheons In Northeastern CT
The basement of the First Congregational Church of Woodstock was filled with guests on Jan. 30.They started showing up at 9:30 a.m. for the weekly ...

NEW HAVEN REGISTER: Dixwell Congregational Church Kicks Off 3-Year Celebration
The oldest African-American Congregational church in the world will kick off a three-year celebration Sunday leading up to its 200th anniversary.


Spirit Calendar
"In order to overcome temptation, instead of letting it overcome us, we must regularly devote time to planning our spiritual growth." —Sioux Wilusz
Spirited Wednesday
The Work of Waiting
"There's work to do, even while we wait." — Rev. Jonathan Chapman