By Tiffany Vail Associate Conference Minister for Communications A minister and social justice educator who has trained church leaders around the country on doing social justice ministry has been chosen to serve as the new Racial Justice Team leader for the Southern New England conferences. Dr. Donique McIntosh is a native of Cleveland, Ohio. ...
The Reverend Suzanne Wagner will be serving as the Interim Regional Minister for the South Central Region of the Connecticut Conference beginning August 11.
On July 31, 2019, Pam DiDio will retire after 24 years serving as the secretary for the Connecticut Women of the UCC (CTWUCC).
The following is a message from Connecticut Conference Minister The Rev. Kent J. Siladi, Massachusetts Transitional Interim Conference Minister The Rev. Don Remick and Rhode Island Transitional Conference Minister The Rev. Marilyn Kendrix: Three years ago we initiated a focus on racial justice ministry within our Conferences. We hired Toyan ...
The Connecticut Conference has a new administrative assistant on board who will be working with the regional ministers, the racial justice ministry team, and the financial ministries team.
Hundreds of protesters gathered in front of the Abraham A. Ribicoff Federal Building and Courthouse on Monday demanding the Trump administration reunite children who’ve been separated from their migrant parents in recent months. Others called for and end to the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforecment (ICE) agency. Thirty five protesters were ...
Rev. Kent Siladi announces sabbatical coverage for Rev. Tamara Moreland, Regional Minister for the Northwest Central Region.
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.
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.
The staff of the Connecticut Conference is rising up! Literally. Seventeen members of the staff are climbing the stairs in droves at the Hartford and Sharon offices, and all over the state as they complete the Lean On Me Health Challenge (pun fully intended).