Churches invited to share service information


Candle flameMassachusetts Conference churches that are holding prayer services in the wake of the bombings in Boston are invited to share that information in the comment section here, and on the Massachusetts Conference Facebook page and the Massachusetts Council of Churches Facebook page.

Churches wishing to have someone trained in dealing with trauma on hand at their service is invited to contact Jim Tilbe of the MACUCC Disaster Resource Team. Jim will do what he can to connect UCC members of the Massachusetts Corps of Fire Chaplains with any church that would like the presence of such a person. Contact Jim at

Massachusetts Council of Churches Execuive Director Laura Everett has posted a liturgy that churces are welcome to use on her blog at:

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