Wrap-up: Historic Tri-Conference Annual Meeting Draws 1,000


Selfie taken by UCC General Minister & President John Dorhauer at the end of the historic meeting.
HARTFORD, CT - The first-ever joint Annual Meeting of the Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island conferences of the United Church of Christ drew 1,000 people to the Connecticut Convention Center June 16 & 17.

Articles, videos and photos from the event will continue to be posted in this space as they become available:


In Historic Vote, Three Conferences Vote to Move Toward Joining
June 17, 2017

Questions & Comments Leading Up to the Vote
June 19, 2017

Rhode Island:
211th Annual Meeting Focused on Proposed New Conference

June 20, 2017

Delegates Stand Against Life Without Parole; for New Conference

June 21, 2017

2017 Annual Report Now Available
June 27, 2017

MACUCC Delegate Wrap-Up: Information on votes, awards and more for use in reports to congregations
June 28, 2017

Delegates call for Transgender Remembrance Sunday; Approve Accessible for All Resolution

June 22, 2017


2017 Tri-Conference Annual Meeting Highlights


Keynote Address by UCC General Minister & President John Dorhauer

Video about the new Conference proposal shown at Saturday's plenary session.


Photos from Day 1
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June 16, 2017

Photos from Day 2
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June 17, 2017


Background Information

Background information on the new Conference proposal and information on the process leading up to the vote.


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