Debbie Gline Allen, a Commissioned Minister of Christian Formation with a wealth of experience in the UCC, will begin serving as the Conference's Consultant for Christian Education and Youth Ministry on July 10.
TJ Harper Toyan (TJ) Harper – the current Associate for Racial Justice Ministries for the Massachusetts Conference – will be expanding his role to serve in the same capacity for the Connecticut Conference beginning this August. "We are so excited to welcome TJ to our CTUCC staff," said Connecticut Conference Minister the Rev. Kent J. Siladi. "...
Rubén Bonilla-Santiago is joining the Massachusetts Conference staff as an Administrative Assistant. He will be working in the Winchester office supporting the ministry of Associate Conference Minister The Rev. Wendy Vander Hart and the Metropolitan Boston and Northeast Associations.
Today marked the last day on the job after 10 years for Colin Loggins, Administrative Assistant for the Metropolitan Boston and Northeast Associations. Colin has taken a new job with the Caleb Group in Swampscott, where he will be sharing his significant gifts with a non-profit organization that provides affordable housing in the region. "Colin...
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 ...
The Conference Ministers in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island today announced the appointment of Tiffany Vail as the new Associate Conference Minister for Communications, serving all three of the UCC conferences of Southern New England.
In addition to full-time climate justice intern, the Conference has taken on board a second part-time intern who is working for course credit.
The Massachusetts Conference has hired a Climate Justice Intern – possibly the first of his kind in the country – to work on environmental organizing over the next six months.
"Black Lives Matter" banners hung at the Massachusetts Conference's office have caused a stir - and prompted an invitation for dialogue.
Associate Conference Minister Wendy Vander Hart will extend her leave from the office until Sept. 24 due to some family medical issues.