"One of the fundamental lessons of that road is liminal space. It is learning how to become comfortable with having more questions than answers." —Rev. Don Remick
This joyful milestone reminds us that no matter where we are, God is faithful. It is a way to connect generations and build relationships.
"Through all this advanced communication – this collaboration – stuff gets done." — Drew Page
Urban Semester Intern, Grace O'Connor visits the Capitol with CTUCC Legislative Advocate Michele Mudrick and Rev. Dick Allen of South Glastonbury to meet Representative Jill Barry.
"We are map-less. But we cannot stand still." — Sioux Wilusz
Debby Kirk, Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries, will be overseeing the work of CTUCC's new intern, Grace O'Connor. Debby has this to say: " We are delighted to welcome Grace O’Connor as an intern for the spring semester. Grace brings a variety of gifts and she will augment our advocacy work by assisting with research, coalition building, communications, and administrative support. Grace will work closely with Michele Mudrick, our CTUCC Legislative Advocate and Pam Arifian, Director of...
"I find myself looking forward to working with people from our future tri-conference as we get to know each other and begin reaching out with resources shared, offers of help, and collaboration around justice issues that matter to us all." —Karen Methot
After the recent Sunday morning snowstorm coupled with bitter cold, many churches decided to cancel worship. Here is how one pastor offers worship at home when cancellations happen.
Reflections from the first Indigenous Peoples March, January 18, 2019, Washington DC
Rosemary Lamie- "reminds us of the salient point when anticipating the Spirit’s presence in our lives, 'I believe'”.