Adults encouraging youth to be troublemakers? Really? That's just what happened at the 7th Annual Youth Revival on Sunday at First Church in West Hartford:
Leading up to the historic, first-ever Tri-Conference Annual Meeting of the Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island Conferences, Conference leaders will be hosting a series of five online forums, or webinars, open to anyone who would like to join a discussion about the proposal to form a new Conference. Delegates to the Annual Meeting, to be ...
A look back at Silver Lake in its first year as a site of the CT Conference Summer Youth Programs.
The 150th Annual Meeting of the Connecticut Conference - being held as part of the historic Tri-Conference Meeting June 16 - 17 at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford - will take up two resolutions. One calls on the Meeting to declare the Conference to be an "Accessible to All Conference, working to remove and/or overcome barriers to ...
Tyra DeBoise, a three-time alum of the Conference's Environmental Justice For All! Retreat, and UCC Envirornmental Justice Center Director Pam Arifian, spoke at a press conference this week with Senator Chris Murphy, Senator Richard Blumenthal, and other labor, religious and environmental allies of the CT Roundtable on Climate and Jobs.
A letter from Conference Minister The Rev. Kent J. Siladi sent to Connecticut Conference churches on April 10, 2017.
When the Rev. Da Vita D. McCallister came on to the Connecticut Conference staff almost 10 years ago, she recalls, she wasn't just the only person of color on the senior staff in CT - she was the only person of color serving in a senior Conference staff position in all of New England.
The following letter was released by leaders of the three southern New England Conferences of the United Church of Christ:
"The interfaith aspect of this program strengthens our interconnectedness with other congregations and empowers us to do more than we think we can."
Ministerial changes reported to the Connecticut Conference in March 2017.