Conference News


A Message from the Conference Minister
Ash Wednesday and Valentine’s Day aligned in the calendar yesterday. That confluence of dates was shattered with the tragic violence against innocents...

Retreat Brings Staff From Three Conferences Together
Twenty-five members of the Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island conferences spent 23 hours on retreat together Sunday and Monday, exploring ...

200 Clergy Sign Letter in Support of Reinstating DACA
In less than 24 hours, nearly 200 Connecticut Conference clergy signed on to a letter standing with DACA recipients and calling on Congress to ...
Blog Posts

Childhood Friends Now UCC Ordained
Who would have guessed? Four women from the same small town and public high school, who graduated and went on to different careers, have now been ...

Nerim's Sentencing: A Testimony to the Power of Forgiveness
Devan has given us permission to share this with you, the CTUCC community. It is a powerful testimony to the power of forgiveness.

Women's March 2018: Standing On The Edge Of History
"The 2018 Women’s March helped me to remember that like the Triune God and our own worshipping communities, we are so much stronger together than we ...

Local News

Churches in the News

UCC.ORG: UCC interns making their mark in Connecticut community
Three young women spending a year in service, hosted by a Connecticut congregation, are already injecting new ideas, life and love into the church and...

HARTFORD COURANT: Dying Bride's Strength Came From Faith, Family Says
Machines and medical staff kept dying bride Heather Mosher’s body alive as cancer ravaged her in her final days last month. Her bedrock faith ...

THE DAY: Old Lyme church signs run afoul of historic district rules
For a little more than a year, The First Congregational Church of Old Lyme has displayed signs for periods of time that its senior minister said ...


Spirit Calendar
No More Waiting
"Listen, America, to their voices crying in the wilderness. The time is now!" — Rev. Tamara Moreland
Spirited Wednesday
No Turning Back, No Turning Back
"Sometimes it’s really hard to follow Jesus." —Rev. Rachel Beam