URGENT: Now is the time! Ask Your State Representative to vote NO on all Casino Expansion Bills AND to support two Amendments to the Bills: to allow a referendum in East Windsor AND to require a societal impact study
"We do not have to agree on everything, except one: that we are one." —John Hargrave
"I... have a responsibility to mark history proclaiming that transformation is often achieved by small acts of courage." —Rev. Damaris Whittaker
Although the proposal has over 40 legislator cosponsors, there is still considerable disinterest or outright opposition.
"I find the merger idea exciting because we don't have to do this, but we are choosing to make a bold change." — Keith Marzilli Ericson
We talk about covenant a lot in the United Church of Christ ... However, many among us spend a lot more time living as if we are not connected to one another
This interview features two faith formation leaders who currently serve CT congregations and are participating in Vibrant Faith University, or VFU. VFU offers a certificate in Faith Formation for the 21st Century. “It will immerse you into the new world of faith formation.” What are the benefits to leaders? What is the potential impact to your ministry? Sue Timony-Hall and Rosemary Lamie shared their experience with Karen Ziel, Minister of Faith Formation and Leadership for the CT. Conference
The 2017 Tri-Conference Annual Meeting on June 16 17 is so much more than another Annual Meeting! You really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really need to be there.
The People’s Climate March on Saturday, April 29th did not disappoint. There were many actions leading up to the big day, including lobbying at Capitol Hill and direct actions. I arrived in Washington D.C. on Thursday evening, and spent Friday engaged in a teach-in, supporting a direct action, and engaging with youth. Here’s my story:
" If we are able to faithfully remember that with God all things are possible, than we will find strength for the journey. And, the journey is really what it’s all about." — Rev. Kurt Walker