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Parking & Building Access info during UConn Utilities Work: May – August 2016

UConn Utilities Work to impact SCC this Spring & Summer Introduction In mid-May, UConn is embarking on a nearly two-year project to repair and upgrade utility infrastructure here in the northeastern section of campus. Their work includes replacing the failing steam distribution systems, upgrading electricity and information technology conduits, work on water mains, and more. …


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Indoor Potluck Brunchnic (Church Picnic!) June 5

Fellowship time in the Auditorium will merge right into an indoor potluck picnic brunch on Sunday, June 5th following worship. We will celebrate ALMOST SUMMER, lift up graduates in our church family as well as give our conference delegates a chance to chat with others about the annual meeting resolutions. Mark your calendars now. Find…

Upcoming Dates for JPFers

Mark your calendars for the upcoming events for our Junior Pilgrim Fellowship (our middle school youth group)! May 22 – JPFers will participate in the church workday followed by a hike (place to be determined). We will meet after church for the workday luncheon and then complete an easy group task.  Then we’ll venture out…

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UCC UConn shares ASB trip experiences from South Carolina

UCC UConn shares Alternative Spring Break experiences from South Carolina UCC UConn, the campus ministry student group at the University of Connecticut affiliated with us here at Storrs Congregational Church UCC, is hard at work assisting with disaster recovery needs in coastal South Carolina this week, March 13th to 19th. Working through Presbyterian Disaster Assistance—the…

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“Boasting in Hope” – Sermon for May 22, 2016

“Boasting in Hope” A Sermon on John 16:12-15 (with Romans 5:1-5) for Holy Trinity Sunday, Year C; preached May 22, 2016, by the Rev. Matthew Emery, Senior Minister   Now, myself, as someone who grew up an intellectually and academically precocious child, I never much appreciated such age-based condescensions as “you’ll understand when you get…

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