Conference News

News

Connecticut and Massachusetts Conference Staffers Take Part in Border Demonstration
“We stood as people of faith together to witness that no human being is illegal and to demonstrate our commitment to speak up and out about policies ...

$50,000 Set as Goal for Friends of the Conference Appeal
The Connecticut Conference recently sent out it's annual Friends of the Conference appeal, and is hoping to increase participation to raise more than ...

CT Clergy Gather to Celebrate 25/50 Year Ordinands
Almost 100 Connecticut clergy gathered at the Four Points Sheraton in Meriden on Dec. 4 to celebrate the 25th and 50th Ordination Anniversaries of 18 ...
Blog Posts

Many Voices One Mission: Intentional Christian Community
"What makes Christian Community different, however, is that in Christian Community we believe in reconciliation, the restoration of relationship, and ...

Restoring Hope One Smile at a Time
I am convinced that there are people in your congregation that will thank you for sharing this information with them!  Read on! The Conference is ...

Many Voices One Mission: Ministry As Art
"A minister needs time to think creatively and playfully." — Susan Page Townsley

Local News

Churches in the News

NEWSTIMES: Danbury, First Congregational Church negotiating sale to city
The steeple of the First Congregational Church of Danbury will remain an iconic part of the city’s skyline for years, though more than church music ...

NPR: Connecticut VA Opens Its Doors To 'Bad Paper' Veterans
Last month, Connecticut opened state VA resources to vets who can show that one of those conditions is linked to their discharge. For veterans like ...

The Bulletin: ‘It’s time’ to rebuild a focal point in Thompson
On Thursday, nearly two years after the fire, members of the church, along with community members gathered at the church for the start of a capital ...

Devotional

Starting With Scripture
Say Yes To Love
"In this holy season, may we all join in saying yes to love, whatever the costs and unexpected gifts." — Rev. Laura Fitzpatrick Nager