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 ...
Ten delegates from the Connecticut Conference are preparing to travel to the People’s Republic of Korea (PROK) to attend the April 24 Annual Meeting of the Gyeonggi Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church in Korea.
Four UCC Churches are engaged in a interdependent project to create a new youth ministry program for the youth of their churches.
The Together, As One Planning Team and the Annual Meeting Steering Committee want to ensure that everyone is informed about the Vision, Mission and Purpose of the proposed new, unified conference. Together, As One Team members have requested the opportunity to discuss the Vision at the gatherings listed below. In addition, online forums are being ...
Leading up to the second Tri-Conference Annual Meeting of the Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island conferences, Conference leaders will be hosting a series of five online forums in May and June for discussion about the upcoming votes to formally create a new, unified conference. Delegates to the Annual Meeting, to be held June 15 - 16 at ...
After seven years serving as the Eastern Regional Minister for the Connecticut Conference, The Rev. Dr. Thomas Clough has announced his plan to retire from his position effective June 30.
The Boards of Directors of the CT, MA and RI conferences have all given their approval to a covenant agreement, set of bylaws, and a process for nominating a Board of Directors for a new, unified conference.