More about our Conferences - statistics and mission

Number of churches with standing:

(includes Schedule II)

  • Connecticut: 235
  • Massachusetts: 363
  • Rhode Island: 31

Number of members:

  • Connecticut: 65,739
  • Massachusetts: 65,896
  • Rhode Island: 6,157

Annual Budget:

  • Connecticut: $2,265,433  (Excludes Silver Lake Conference Center budget and use of restricted funds.)
  • Massachusetts: $2,591,250  (Includes net day camp and retreat center income; includes budgeted use of restricted funds.)
  • Rhode Island: $459,346

(All figures shown exclude Basic Support passed through to the National setting)

Main Office Street Address:

  • Connecticut: 125 Sherman Street, Hartford, CT 06105
  • Massachusetts: 1 Badger Road, Framingham MA  01702
  • Rhode Island: 8 Summer Street, Pawtucket, RI  02860

Mission Statement:

  • Connecticut:
    Interdependence. (See page 2, Weaving Our Fabric)
  • Massachusetts:
    Rooted in the grace of God, the mission of the Massachusetts Conference is to nurture local church vitality and the covenant among our churches, to make God’s love and justice real.  (See also
  • Rhode Island:

    The Conference claims as its own the historic mission of the church:
    To proclaim and teach the Gospel;
    To live and act in covenant with its member churches and with the United Church of Christ;
    To be in mutual relationship and mission with other Christian churches, as well as ecumenical and interfaith partners;
    To be a community of faith which is welcoming and inclusive;
    To work for health and justice and peace;
    To serve the community and the world as an agent of reconciliations by means of the ministry of the Gospel.