A Bucket of Sidewalk Chalk Becomes an Invitation to the Community
A message about Charlottesville, and a pastoral letter
Just after the Annual Meetings of the Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut Conferences voted decisively on June 17 to move forward toward uniting into one Conference, Connecticut Conference Board Member Jocelyn Gardner-Spencer looked at Connecticut Conference Minister Kent Siladi and said “we have a lot of work to do.”
Southern New England Conferences collaborate to send thirty-seven young leaders to Youth @ Synod in Baltimore.
In the fight against a natural gas compressor station in Weymouth, environmental activists thought they had tried everything. But one thing they were missing - prayer - may just have been the missing ingredient. Gretchen Elmendorf, Pastor of the East Weymouth Congregational Church, says the story began two and half years ago, when Massachusetts ...
What does poison ivy look like? How does a compass work? What kinds of animals live in the woods in Framingham? Twenty-six sixth graders from Kennedy Middle School in Natick explored these questions and more during an off-season visit to Pilgrim Day Camp this spring. Many Kennedy School sixth graders attend a three-day outdoor education ...
Spotlight Recap of churches who have collaborated to reach folks in need.
More than 50 people from the Massachusetts Conference attended the United Church of Christ General Synod June 30 - July 4 in Baltimore, Maryland.
In what could be seen as a sneak peek of next year's Annual Meeting, The Rev. Traci Blackmon visited a joint breakfast of the Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island General Synod delegations Saturday morning,
Each year the Massachusetts Conference Church Development Council recognizes two ministries that exemplify innovative and impactful ministries. Here are this year’s recipients. On their website, South Church, Andover, says, “We value our heritage and cherish our memories, and we also focus on what it means to be the church today. We continue to ...