Connecticut and Massachusetts Conference Annual Meeting delegates took a stand for immigrants this weekend.
The Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island conferences of the United Church of Christ made history Saturday, voting overwhelmingly to form a new unified Conference in which they will not only do ministry together, but to which they will invite other religious and secular organizations to join.
Delegates to the 151st Annual Meeting of the Connecticut Conference on Saturday passed five resolutions on justice issues, including an emergency resolution condemning the separation of immigrant children from their parents.
Leading up to the second Tri-Conference Annual Meeting of the Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island conferences, Conference leaders have hosted a series of online forums about the upcoming votes to formally create a new, unified conference. Delegates to the Annual Meeting, to be held June 15 - 16 at the Mass Mutual Center in Springfield will...
West Suffield Congregational Church is celebrating 275 years with a focus on their history by honoring several historical items, including a 130-year old quilt.
The following ministerial changes were reported to the Connecticut Conference in May 2018:
"It is never too late to get onboard to become an advocate for racial justice." — TJ Harper
The slate of nominees for the new Together, As One Board of Directors has been announced.
Past Presidents of Connecticut Women (left to right): Dawn Scott (2012-14); Norma Comins (2006-08); Susan Waldron (2000-04); Betsy Work 2004-06); Jennifer Peterson 2010-12); Carole Fanslow (2008-10) Submitted By Jeanne Grandy Clergy and lay women from across the state gathered in Annual Meeting recently to celebrate the 90th Anniversary of the ...
Photo by Marisa Brown Ludwig Several Massachusetts and Connecticut Conference clergy joined more than a thousand other progressive Christians in a Washington DC demonstration on May 24 which is part of the larger Reclaiming Jesus movement. The service and procession was led by Bishop Michael Curry, the Episcopal minister who catapulted to fame ...