The Rev. Margaret Bullitt-Jonas was presented with an award that is given annually to a faith leader whose ministry is moving the needle toward climate justice and inspiring reverence for the earth.
Six Villages Now Have Safe Drinking Water, Thanks to Two Local Churches
The Massachusetts Conference has hired Toyan Harper, Jr. - known as TJ - to serve as the new full-time Associate for Racial Justice Ministries. Harper will coordinate and guide the work of the Conference staff, clergy and lay leaders in the area of racial justice, support and expand networks of racial justice leaders within the Conference, and ...
New United Church of Christ White Privilege curriculum now available for download.
In our Annual Report we highlighted many Spotlight stories of churches who boldly reached out to the community to help those less fortunate. Here's a recap.
Elena Huegel, a Global Ministries missionary since 1994, will arrive in Massachusetts soon to visit Conference churches and share her stories and insights about her 20 years in Chile. Elena served as staff with the Pentecostal Church of Chile and ministered to others as chaplain at the Shalom Center - an environmental education, peace education, ...
The youth at the Tabernacle Congregational Church in Salem could teach folks a thing or two about extravagant welcome.
The Massachusetts Conference 2016 Annual Report, Be Bold, is now available. Printed copies were given to all Annual Meeting attendees, and multiple printed copies will be sent to church leaders later this summer. They can also be requested by contacting Karen Methot or downloaded here.
Memorial Congregational Church Made and Float and Joined the Town's July 4th parade to Share the "Be the Church" Message
What does proclaiming the Kingdom of God and the teachings of Jesus Christ "with all boldness and without hindrance" look like?