Conference News


Conference Hires New Registrar
Jill Ford HARTFORD - Jill Ford, a member of the First Congregational Church of Granby, will start on Monday as the new Registrar/Program ...

New Video: Vantage Point #23 - SLCC Development Associate
The Connecticut Conference released a new Vantage Point video today. In this edition of Vantage Point, guest host the Rev. Ryan Gackenheimer, ...

Work Begins on Crafting New Conference Proposal
Just after the Annual Meetings of the Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut Conferences voted decisively on June 17 to move forward toward ...
Blog Posts

#TheNow: Nobody Else Can Do This
My name is Xavier Blyden and my church home is with the congregation at the United Congregational Church of Bridgeport. This fall I will start my ...

Let's Engage in Conversation Together
An Open Letter written to the First Congregational Church of Woodstock by Young Adult General Synod Delegate Brittany LaFleur Dear Church Family,   ...

#UCCGS: We Try SO Hard. We Still Make Mistakes
I don't often write blog posts about my personal experiences. In the 20 years I've been doing Conference communication work, I've put most of my ...

Local News

Churches in the News

THE DAY: At house in Mystic, big hearts work to bring family a bigger home
Garrett Fisher, of Groton Congregational Church: "It's just nice because you get hands-on work, and you can see the impact."

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 ...


Spirit Calendar
Hiding Treasures
"Hiding the treasure when we need to is fine. Hiding it forever is not." —Rev. Michael Ciba
Spirited Wednesday
Baseline Kindness
"When we find the love of God, we are enriched beyond belief." —Rev. Mary Lou Howson