Conference News


2019 Super Saturday Keynote Video: Rebekah Anderson
At the recent Super Saturday event, Rebekah Anderson gave a message in which she broke down the story of the Good Samaritan - and then put it back ...

Rev. Heather Ramsey Mabrouk Called to Serve as Program Coordinator for Together We Thrive Initiative
The Rev. Heather Ramsey Mabrouk The Rev. Heather Ramsey Mabrouk has been called to serve as Program Coordinator for the Together We Thrive ...

More Feedback Sought for New Conference Name
More feedback is being sought about what the name should be for the new conference being formed by the  Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island ...
Blog Posts

Many Voices One Mission: Redefining Social Matter in America
"So often, people fail to realize the interconnectedness of our struggle, because individual liberties are mistaken as the liberation of all people." ...

Many Voices One Mission: Hope
"In the midst of an occupation by a repressive foreign power, where religious authorities were collaborators, where the economic system was unjust and...

Making God’s Love and Justice Real at Lighthouse Shops
Since coming to the Rhode Island Conference in July, I have traveled around the state, visiting with RICUCC churches, meeting folks and sometimes ...

Local News

Churches in the News

THE DAY: New Niantic Communinity Church Pastor Has Local Ties
Prior to moving to Connecticut to serve as the new pastor at Niantic Community Church, the Rev. Stephanie Haskins’ only experience in the state had ...

UNITED CHURCH NEWS: Small Connecticut church consistently tops OGHS giving
How can a church that didn't become part of the UCC until 1989 celebrate being a major donor to the One Great Hour of Sharing offering for 67 years?

THE PATCH: Danbury Looks to Preserve, Lease First Congregational Church
Local officials are endorsing a plan that would see the city purchase the First Congregational Church of Danbury and lease it back to the ...


Starting With Scripture
"There is something very powerful in being known. There is something about the beauty when someone knows us just as we are." — Rev. Kent Siladi