A summary of what was heard when more than 200 people attended focus group sessions held in Rhode Island, Connecticut, Massachusetts and online regarding the formation of a new, unified conference.
On Saturday, March 24, thousands attended the Hartford March For Our Lives event, gathering at the Capital Building to add their voices to the millions of people across the country who are calling for the end of gun violence.
In his Easter Message, United Church of Christ General Minister and President the Rev. John C. Dorhauer invites all in the wider church to celebrate the hope of Easter.
Several members of the Connecticut Conference Staff recently completed a 9-week health challenge. The program Lean On Me: Climbing To Better Health challenged staff to get up from their desks during the work day and climb up and down several flights of stairs.
"Gracious, holy, merciful God, in this season of penitence, hear us as we offer our confession unto you. We confess our apathy, our lack of care for our neighbor, our laziness, and our silence." — Rev. Alice O'Donovan
It was quite chilly in Wilbraham, but that didn’t stop 600 people from attending Super Saturday at the Minnechaug Regional High School.
"Today, this church is called by the same God who formed it in 1735 to reach out in loving service to ALL their neighbors." — Rev. Greg Gray
Leaders of the Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island conferences together raised over $3,700 for their respective ministries through successful social media challenges that required them to go VERY green for St. Patrick's Day.
The 2018 Legislative Session of the Connecticut General Assembly began on February 7, and the CT Conference’s Legislative Advocate Michele Mudrick has been hard at work tracking the issues as new bills are raised by representatives and senators around the state.
First Congregational Church of Greenwich youth created a banner in order to send a message to church members and the larger community that they feel change is necessary to keep youth safe from gun violence.