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UCC National Staff spends a day in service to 3 Great Loves
The Board for Missions made a $1,000 donation on behalf of the congregation to Back Bay Mission in Biloxi, Mississippi. Members of our church have traveled to the Mission a few years ago for a couple of mission trips. Back Bay Mission has a proud history of service on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Learn more about their 90+ years of strengthening neighborhoods, seeking justice, and transforming lives at
Wow! We've raised $2,600 for our church's special Easter collection to purchase washer & dryer combos for residents of the Veterans Home in Rocky Hill.
Christ is risen! He is risen indeed! For each week of the Easter season, which ends at Pentecost, Paster Craig will have a different icon of the Resurrection in the Weil Chapel. Come in and enjoy some time of contemplation with this icon. The Icon of the Week is a copy of one painted in Russia around 1650.
Young people from our Middle School Youth Group and some adult volunteers helped prepare and serve a meal to 60 community members served by Center Church in Hartford -- a short 7-minute ride from our church! Center Church regularly hosts these meals which serve our poor neighbors and people experiencing homelessness. Minister for Children and Youth Georgette Huie organized the group from our church. We're a church of service...hands and hearts...responding to all of God's children, here, near, and far. [photos]
Please join some of our church members as they participate in the "March for Our Lives" event at 12:30 PM on Saturday, March 24, 2018 at the Legislative Office Building in Hartford. Click for details
Church member Bob Inderbitzen helped staff a table promoting Open and Affirming churches of the United Church of Christ at the 2018 True Colors conference at UCONN. The conference is the largest in the country focused on LGBTQ youth issues. Now in it's 25th year, the conference hosts more than 3,500 participants from the Northeast and Nationally. With more than 220 workshops to choose from, the conference offers something for everyone! [photos]
UCC leaders grieve, urge activism after another deadly school shooting in South Florida