Southern New England Conferences Call ACM for Communications


The Conference Ministers in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island today announced the appointment of Tiffany Vail as the new Associate Conference Minister for Communications, serving all three of the UCC conferences of Southern New England.

VIDEO: Vantage Point - Working Toward a Post-Racist Society


While visiting the Connecticut Conference earlier this month, the Rev. Sandhya Rani Jha, Director of the Oakland Peace Center and author of Pre-Post-Racial America: Spiritual Stories from the Front Lines, joined Conference Minister the Rev. Kent Siladi for an episode of Vantage Point. In the edition released today, they spoke of how the church can ...

Bring the Water of Relief and of Justice to Flint


The following letter was issued by the leaders of the Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island conferences.

Missionary Conversation: Michael Joseph


Global Ministries Missionary the Rev. Michael Joseph joined Conference Minister the Rev. Kent Siladi for a conversation, live-streamed over the CTUCC YouTube channel and recorded. Rev. Joseph, who has served in the South American nation of Colombia for eight years, emphasized the deep relationship between that country and the United States, ...

VIDEO - Combating Racism: An Interview with Rev. Sandhya Rani Jha


The Rev. Sandhya Rani Jha, Director of the Oakland (California) Peace Center, author of Pre-Post-Racial-America, joined Conference Minister the Rev. Kent Siladi and Associate Conference Minister the Rev. Da Vita McCallister in a live streamed conversation today. "The church needs the courage and boldness that activists can offer," she said, "while ...

An Unplanned Lesson on Race Conversation


When churches work together and collaborate on shared ministry, we should celebrate and share the story. A Second Hour conversation between Amistad United Church of Christ in Hartford and a church in Newtown should have been one of those stories. Instead of a celebration, however, the story is a lesson on racial conversations.

A Spirit of Collaboration in Middletown


Some churches share a pastor. Some share a building. In Middletown, the pastors of First Church of Christ and South Congregational Church are sharing keys. In the recent installation service of the Rev. Thea Racelis of South Congregational, Racelis and the Rev. Julia Hendrickson Burkey, pastor of First Church, added an unusual ceremonial exchanging...

UCC Devon Welcomes Deaf Community


The United Church of Christ in Devon has kept its doors open for all for over 100 years. Recently, a deaf woman who attended the church as a child returned to worship with us. She wants to attend the services of the church, but her communication is American Sign Language (ASL). Immediately, Devon pastor the Rev. Karl Duetzmann began working out how...

Anderson Departing Conference in March


In a letter to church leaders in Connecticut today, Conference Minister the Rev. Kent J. Siladi announced that the Rev. Eric Anderson will depart from his role as Associate Conference Minister for Proclamation, Identity, and Communications in March. Anderson has served the Conference staff for more than 17 years. He will begin a new role as the ...

Touchstones with History: Slavery in Connecticut


This month marks the 150th anniversary of the abolition of slavery in the United States, which ended with the ratification of the 13th Amendment to the Constitution on December 6, 1865. Slavery was considered a Southern problem, their "peculiar institution," but it existed in Connecticut for over 200 years, right from early in our beginning.

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