The Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island Conferences of the United Church of Christ participated in the #GivingTuesday generosity movement on November 29 and raised more than $3800. Donations will continue to be accepted through December 2. Gifts to the #GivingTuesday campaign will be used to support the Racial Justice Ministries of the ...
Over the last past 9 months, 555 people responding to a survey have indicated their support for the concept of a greater partnership or possible merger of the Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island conferences.
The Pension Boards of the United Church of Christ has announced that 2017 rates will increase an average of 9% for health insurance, and 4% for dental insurance rates.
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The Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island Conferences are using the national #GivingTuesday movement - which encourages charitable giving on Nov. 29 - to ask for support of Racial Justice Ministries in the three Conferences.
Eight Massachusetts Conference pastors joined fellow clergy in Cannonball, North Dakota last week to stand in solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux Indians and against the Dakota Access Pipeline, which threatens the Standing Rock Reservation sacred lands and water. An estimated 524 clergy of 22 faith traditions participated in this action, ...
The Racial Justice section of the MACUCC website has been updated for this month! The site now includes: A crossword puzzle (14 questions) on racial justice A diversity segment to help churches in the search and call process An updated monthly: article with discussion questions video with discussion questions quote and devotional The ...
The Massachusetts Conference's Waltham office, serving the Metropolitan Boston and Northeast Association leaders, churches and clergy, has moved to Winchester as of Nov. 1.
The American Congregational Association announced on Oct. 26 plans to seek a buyer for their historic building at 14 Beacon Street, while also planning to negotiate a long-term lease allowing The Congregational Library to remain there.
The Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island Conferences are together asking people to make a donation to support Racial Justice Ministries in all three Conferences on #GivingTuesday, Nov. 29.