Periodically, Connecticut Conference Minister The Rev. Kent J. Siladi holds online conversations with church leaders about their ministries.
View recordings of those conversations here:
Kent, Jacky, and Sarah discuss the Accessible To All movement, the challenges, the theological argument behind it, and intersectionality of this work with other justice ministries.
Bryan Nurnberger tells the incredible story of how he went from rock climber to founder of an organization that works to improve lives of children.
Kent and State Rep. Anne Hughes talk about the issues that she is working on and how her faith guides that work in the CT General Assembly.
Kent and a panel of clergy discuss the human rights of Palestinian Children. Panel includes The Rev. Nancy Boldt McLaren, Minister of Faith Formation and Discipleship at Storrs Congregational Church, The Rev. Dean Ahlberg, Senior Minister at First Congregational Church in Redding Center, and The Rev. Allie Perry, Worship Coordinator at Shalom United Church of Christ in New Haven.
Kent and a panel of 4 male clergy speak to Dr. Alice Hunt, Executive Director of the American Academy of Religion about the realities and perceptions around masculinity and privilege in our society.
Kent speaks to Deborah Ringen, an experienced Parish Nurse from the First Church of Christ, Congregational in Old Saybrook, CT., about how churches might initiate a health ministry wellness program in their local church.
Kent speaks with Pam Arifian, Director of the Northeast Environmental Justice Center at Silver Lake, about the moral imperative for working to stop climate change.
Kent speaks with Rev. Jasmine Taylor, Associate Pastor of Digital and Media Ministry at Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago, about the impacts of ministry in the digital world.