"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'”.
"God always sees us as sequined, so let’s get out there, sparkle, and get things done! " —Emily McKenna
Editor's Note: The author took part in the Interfaith Freedom and Justice Ride 2019, a delegation of 37 Christians and Jews from Hartford who traveled together to Alabama. Other reflections and coverage can be found here. All 35 of us boarded the coach bus as the sun was setting over Birmingham. Our destination was Montgomery, Alabama, with a stop for dinner first. Upon arrival at the restaurant, I realized that I had left my bag with my laptop in the hotel’s conference room. Since the ...
"What do we do in this in-between time where the answers are not readily apparent, let alone within reach?" —Debbie Gline Allen
Editor's Note: The author took part in the Interfaith Freedom and Justice Ride 2019, a delegation of 37 Christians and Jews from Hartford who traveled together to Alabama. Other reflections and coverage can be found here. Sometimes many of us don’t believe a thing, because we are not in proximity of that thing in every waking moment of our lives. We do all we can to avoid the reality of that thing and its implications for our personal lives. We can ignore that thing because we deny and believe ...