Conference News


March Super Saturday Offered a Vision of Heaven, Irish Tradition, and Lots of Learning and Networking
It was quite chilly in Wilbraham, but that didn’t stop 600 people from attending Super Saturday at the Minnechaug Regional High School.

Thompson Congregational Renews Community Roots
"Today, this church is called by the same God who formed it in 1735 to reach out in loving service to ALL their neighbors." — Rev. Greg Gray

Conference Leaders Raise $3700 Through Wearing Of The Green
Leaders of the Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island conferences together raised over $3,700 for their respective ministries through successful ...
Blog Posts

Holy Week Message from Rev. Siladi
"Love one another. It is finished. He is Risen!" — Rev. Kent Siladi

The Sacred Work of Community Organizing
I have always imagined justice as a Godly concept about turning the world into a utopian society where there are no poor, hungry, hateful,or violent ...

Many Voices, One Mission: Stories We Need To Tell
"We, the Conferences of the United Church of Christ, are uniquely positioned to tell the most important stories of our time." —Drew Page

Local News

Churches in the News

Old Lyme Forum Promotes Interfaith Dialogue
More than 50 people gathered Sunday at the First Congregational Church of Old Lyme for an interfaith dialogue dubbed "Honest Conversations with Muslim...

ZIP06: Pastor Calls for Guilford Residents to Consider Relinquishing Their Guns
On Feb. 18, Rev. Sarah Verasco of the First Congregational Church during her Sunday service called on all residents to reconsider gun ownership, to ...

NEW HAVEN REGISTER: West Haven Black Coalition honors community service, awards scholarships
The "Mother of Dixwell Avenue United Church of Christ," 103-year-old Annie Louther, has been presented with an all-new Woman of Distinction Award by ...


Starting With Scripture
Love A Parade
"Why the parade? Does Jesus need this acclamation? Or do we need it?" — Rev. Mobby Larson