People from across the three conferences supported the youth-led Global Climate Strike in places all over the region on Friday, Sept. 20.
Members of the Southern New England conferences staff took to the streets on Friday, Sept. 20, for the Global Climate Strike called for by youth.
Leaders of the newly forming Southern New England conference are asking churches to think in a new way about giving to the wider church: to share a percentage of income in proportion to their gifts from God.
Links: Global Climate Strike Website Find an Event Near You Let Us Know How Your Church is Participating List of Southern New England UCC Events The following Call to Action was sent to churches and clergy on Sept. 9, 2019: Call to Action: Global Climate Strike Week, Sept. 20-27 Together, we will sound the alarm and show our ...
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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 staffs of the three Southern New England conferences will shift into a new, transitional structure during 2020, working together on teams aligned around their ministry and program areas rather than being separated by geography.
Silver Lake Conference Center hosted a group of 31 college students from China during week 5 of the summer season. The experience of two convening cultures had an impact on both the Chinese students and the American campers and staff.
The Together, As One Board of Directors will recommend to Annual Meeting that the new conference be named the Southern New England Conference of the United Church of Christ.
Jocelyn Gardner Spencer making the case for the new conference at General Synod 32 as Marilyn Kendrix looks on. Photo by Drew Page Delegates to the United Church of Christ's national meeting on Monday overwhelmingly approved a request by its three conferences in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island to dissolve and join together ...