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Worship Online

Worship Online The coronavirus may be forcing us to suspend our normal in-person worship services at Storrs Congregational, but that does not mean that we will stop our worship of God! Please join us for Sunday worship at 10:00 am and Wednesday evening Vespers at 7:00 pm. These services are offered as an interactive Zoom…

Belles of the Bells: Outdoor Concerts – June 28, July 26, Aug 30

“Belles of the Bells”: Carillon Concerts for Summer 2020 Sunday, June 28 at 5:00 p.m. – Tanya Lukyanova, Carillonneur Sunday, July 26 at 5:00 p.m. – Nicole Bernier, Carillonneur Sunday, August 30 at 5:00 p.m. – Margaret Angelini, Carillonneur We are excited to announce that we will be proceeding with our Carillon Concerts-on-the-Lawn this year…

Worship at SCC: August & September 2020

Worship Online with SCC: All the information for joining in worship is at http://www.storrscongchurch.org/worship-online/ As of the time of publication, we anticipate remaining with online worship through this period (excepting August 30th, of course, for our outdoor worship service) Aug 2:  The 18th Sunday in Ordinary Time – Holy Communion Pastor Matt preaching: “A Fantastic…

Kate Alexander Ecclesiastical Council: June 25, 2020 @ 6:30 pm

To the clergy, lay leadership, and delegates of the Windham Association in the Southern New England Conference of the United Church of Christ, greetings: You are hereby notified and called to gather as an Ecclesiastical Council for the purpose of determining the fitness of Kate Alexander for ordination to the Christian ministry in and on…

Worship at Storrs Congregational: June 2020

Worship Online with SCC The Southern New England Conference of the United Church of Christ (SNE UCC) has recommended that churches not resume in-person gatherings for worship services through the summer, and as of the time of publication, we anticipate adhering to that recommendation here at SCC.  So… join us all summer long for livestreaming…

A Pastoral Letter on George Floyd, Minneapolis, and us…

Dear people of Storrs Congregational, I feel compelled to offer a reflection of some kind in response to the murder of George Floyd by white police officers in Minneapolis earlier this week. After all, as the banner above puts it, “white silence is violence”: one of the many reasons that the scourge of systemic racism…

SCC Bookshop: Find quality, progressive Christian books & resources

We here at Storrs Congregational Church UCC are excited to begin offering an online bookshop to provide easy access to quality books and resources that speak from a progressive Christian perspective. Working in conjunction with Bookshop.org, a small portion of the proceeds from purchases made through the SCC bookshop support independent bookstores around our region…

Worship at Storrs Congregational: May 2020

At the time of publication, we anticipate the suspension of in-person worship to continue at least through the end of May. This is, of course, subject to change; we’ll keep you posted!  All the information for joining in worship is at http://www.storrscongchurch.org/worship-online/ Sundays: 10:00 am (except May 17) May 3:  The 4th Sunday of Easter…