An overview of the 2019 CT General Assembly Legislative Session.
"When we put church in the ecosystem of everything else that we do, it makes sense." — Lydia Gajdel
General Synod 32 June 21 - 25, 2019 Milwaukee, Wisconsin Prior to considering the request of the Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island conferences to join together to form a new conference, General Synod voters will have a number of opportunities to glimpse the vision for what lies ahead. Right now, a resource paper developed by ...
Hartford, CT — Pastors, youth leaders, parents, and siblings gathered at the Connecticut Conference Office for a celebration of the 2019 cohort of Thinking About Working For God (TAWFG) Apprentices. TAWFG is a signature program of the CT Conference that offers youth a chance to consider their call to ministry. The six apprentices from around the ...
Churches in the Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island conferences are being asked to use a new communication tool: The Church Dashboard. Local church leaders can log into the dashboard and update contact information for the churches and their staff and volunteer leaders. This enables conference staff to know who to contact with such items as...
In what will be the last gathering of its kind, delegates, guests, and clergy of the Connecticut Conference gathered together on May 18 to worship, receive reports from the Board and staff, consider resolutions, and celebrate the Living Waters award.
The 2019 Legislative Session of the Connecticut General Assembly is under way. The Connecticut Conference’s Legislative Advocate, Michele Mudrick, has been hard at work illustrating the justice and compassion of the Conference as outlined by the Conference’s approved resolutions.
Connecticut has the chance to pass ground-breaking legislation to allow the state to offer new health insurance choices, also known as a public option, for small businesses, nonprofits and individuals.
Steve Lane, co-founder of Quiet Corner Refugee Resettlement (QCRR), will be the recipient of the 2019 Living Waters Award.
Silver Lake Conference Center has a new partner in its efforts to create a more just and welcome community.