Rev. Kent Siladi announces sabbatical coverage for Rev. Tamara Moreland, Regional Minister for the Northwest Central Region.
The state's legislative session has ended and on five of the issues, Connecticut Conference leaders got their wishes. The Conference's Legislative Advocate, Michele Mudrick - who is guided in her work by the resolutions adopted at Annual Meetings - reports the following: "Conference clergy were instrumental in helping lawmakers in CT agree to ...
The Connecticut Conference Board of Directors has selected three recipients for the 2018 Living Waters Award.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy signed legislation last week that opens financial aid in the state to “dreamers,” the undocumented immigrants brought here as children, a bill for which Connecticut Conference leaders had lobbied. Under the bill, undocumented students across the state who attend public colleges and universities will be eligible to apply for ...
The following ministerial changes were reported to the Connecticut Conference in April 2018:
The Silver Lake Conference Center Board of Directors is excited to announce that the Rev. Davida Foy Crabtree has been The Rev. Davida Foy Crabtree, 2nd Annual Silver Lake Award winner.
Youth and young adults from across the Conference were commissioned to accept God’s living water and carry it into the world at a special Earth Day Youth Revival on Sunday at Faith Congregational Church.
Thompson Congregational, United Church of Christ is looking to serve those in the community who are fighting addictions. Beginning in May, the church will begin distributing money for Thompson residents seeking recovery from addition.
The following ministerial changes were reported to the Connecticut Conference in March 2018:
Guy Gnerre When you call into Silver Lake, you will be greeted by a new voice. Guy Gnerre started work as Administrator on March 22 and has begun learning the ropes. “Everyone I’ve met has been so friendly and welcoming,” Gnerre said. His first weekend at camp coincided with the annual Maple Sugaring retreat for 6th through 8th graders, so he ...