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Silver Lake Award Celebration Honors Rev. Davida Crabtree
The Silver Lake community spent the afternoon of October 14th celebrating The Rev. Davida Crabtree, and supporting UCC outdoor ministry at Silver Lake...

East Hartford Church Strengthens Community Ties Through Its Parsonage
First Congregational Church of East Hartford take creative look at using its parsonage for building communities ties for new or beginning education ...

New Britain Family to Leave Old Lyme Sanctuary
Family receiving sanctuary at First Congregational Church of Old Lyme receives stay of deportation and will be leaving the church to return home in ...
Blog Posts

Many Voices One Mission: Irrelevant?
"There seems to be, in many cases, a disconnect between what one’s perception of God is and how that perception aligns with the beliefs and actions of...

Many Voices One Mission: Cultivating Collaboration
"As we dedicate ourselves to building God’s kingdom, we must define what it looks like in the local community." —Debby Kirk

CAUCE Reflects- It's All About Relationships
"I jokingly say they should take out the word ‘Children’s’ from the title of the book and ALL church staff and volunteers should read it..." - Debi ...

Local News

Churches in the News

HARTFORD COURANT: Unionville Woman Rediscovers Model Church, Gifts It To Avon Congregational
A 50-year-old model of a church inspired by Avon Congregational Church was presented to the church by the artist, Dorothea Howard.

WSFB.COM: Plainfield Students Head to School in Killingly Following Fire
Westfield's Rev. Jonathan Chapman greets Plainfield students as they begin school year in Killingly while repairs are completed at Plainfield Memorial...

THE NEW YORKER: No One Is Safer, No One Is Served
Malik Naveed bin Rehman and his family have lived in the basement of First Congregational Church of Old Lyme, hiding from the reach of ICE officials ...

Devotional

Starting With Scripture
I Want The Front Seat
"Those who think they are most worthy must take on the role of servant and work to elevate those who are considered unworthy. " — Rev. Diann Bailey