Conference News


Last-of-its-Kind Special Meeting Held in West Hartford
In what will be the last gathering of its kind, delegates, guests, and clergy of the Connecticut Conference gathered together on May 18 to worship, ...

CTUCC Advocating on a Number of Issues with Legislature
The 2019 Legislative Session of the Connecticut General Assembly is under way. The Connecticut Conference’s Legislative Advocate, Michele Mudrick, has...

2019 Living Waters Award Winner Announced
Steve Lane, co-founder of Quiet Corner Refugee Resettlement (QCRR), will be the recipient of the 2019 Living Waters Award.
Blog Posts

Is Your Church Approaching a Financial Cliff?
Is your church approaching a financial cliff? Wondering how to avoid going off the edge? Read on for a primer on how churches wind up on the edge of ...

Many Voices, One Mission: A Community of Colleagues – and Colleagues in Community
"Sure, I can connect with *more* people online than I can in person, but these connections aren’t very high quality." — Rev. Mary Nelson

2019 CTUCC Special Meeting: Conference Minister's Address
Text of the Conference Minister's Address at the May 18, 2019 Special Meeting of the Connecticut Conference, UCC.

Local News

Churches in the News

THE MIDDLETOWN PRESS: Middletown Church Presents ‘Day of Tears’ Performances
First Church Middletown will present a performance of Julius Lester’s “Day of Tears,” a novel centered on the largest slave auction in American ...

THE DAY: New Niantic Communinity Church Pastor Has Local Ties
Prior to moving to Connecticut to serve as the new pastor at Niantic Community Church, the Rev. Stephanie Haskins’ only experience in the state had ...

UNITED CHURCH NEWS: Small Connecticut church consistently tops OGHS giving
How can a church that didn't become part of the UCC until 1989 celebrate being a major donor to the One Great Hour of Sharing offering for 67 years?


Starting With Scripture
A Little Less Faith
"Perhaps our greatest sin and failing is when we underestimate our own power in creating God’s Kin-dom." — Rev. Kristen Provost Switzer