" If we are able to faithfully remember that with God all things are possible, than we will find strength for the journey. And, the journey is really what it’s all about." — Rev. Kurt Walker
"...to listen for God’s guidance, to share our visions of church, and to get to know our kin." — Rev. Shelly Stackhouse
"You gotta be there. I mean, you really gotta be there." —Rev. Nancy Taylor
"In the forming of a new conference in New England there is a chance to actually live the theology we stand for." — Kaeley McEvoy
"Achieving oneness is not as simple as it sounds..." — Rev. Alison J. Buttrick Patton
"Like the early American colonists, together we can do amazing things." - John Hargrave
"For a short time, anyway, we will be able to worship and learn, plan and praise. We are setting aside time to be the church, together. " —Rev. Susan Foster
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For years, attendees of the Massachusetts Conference Annual Meeting have been asked to turn off their phones and other devices so as not to be disruptive. This year, they were given quite the opposite instruction - they were asked to turn ON their smartphones, tablets and laptops and to tweet about the meeting . So, what was the result?