The following is a message from Connecticut Conference Minister The Rev. Kent J. Siladi, Massachusetts Transitional Interim Conference Minister The Rev. Don Remick and Rhode Island Transitional Conference Minister The Rev. Marilyn Kendrix: Three years ago we initiated a focus on racial justice ministry within our Conferences. We hired Toyan ...
We stand in love: a decision, a choice, not just an emotion.
The resolution that would bring the CT, MA and RI conferences together into one conference is wending its way toward General Synod in June.
Shelburne Falls Church Takes the Classroom out of Sunday School
Weston church explores the subject of Science and Faith during their Christian Ed classes
First Church in Sterling Believes an Extravagant Welcome Encompasses ONA and More
“We stood as people of faith together to witness that no human being is illegal and to demonstrate our commitment to speak up and out about policies that criminalize those seeking asylum in our country,” Siladi said.
Together, As One board and staff members have been working to build relationships, share information, align ministries and attend to all the details the transition requires.
Quincy Point Church Holds Faithful Conversations in a Time of Unrest
The following statement was released by leaders of the Massachusetts Conference on Oct. 31, 2018 Statement by the Leadership of the United Church of Christ - Massachusetts Conference Supporting Question 3 is consistent with the beliefs and practices of the United Church of Christ. Working together to create a loving and just society is at the heart...