Conference Hires Treasurer and CFO

12/13/2017

The Rhode Island Conference Board of Directors has hired The Rev. Bob Nolan as its first Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer.


#GivingTuesday Drive Brings in nearly $4500 for Racial Justice Ministries

12/5/2017

Donors in southeastern New England kicked off the charitable giving season last week by pledging $4,445 in donations to Racial Justice Ministries on #GivingTuesday.


Faith Leaders Revive MLK’s Poor People’s Campaign as a National Organizing Call to End Racism, Poverty

12/4/2017

Interfaith leaders came together in Washington, D.C. Dec. 4 to launch a revival of the Poor People's Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival


Vision for New Conference Laid Out

11/15/2017

The Together, As One team has developed a Vision, Mission and Purpose statement, with an accompanying Conversation Guide.


Giving Tuesday Drive to Support Racial Justice Ministries

11/8/2017

By Tiffany Vail Associate Conference Minister for Communications Together as one, the Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island Conferences are asking people to make contributions in support of Racial Justice Ministries on #GivingTuesday, November 28, 2017. #GivingTuesday is a global effort of small businesses, corporations, non-profits, and ...


211th Autumnal Meeting Draws 150

11/7/2017

PROVIDENCE - Nearly 150 representatives from 23 churches across the Rhode Island Conference turned out for the 211th Autumnal Meeting on Nov. 4, where they heard from a Lancaster Theological School professor, experienced worship and communion in the stunning neo-Renaissance sanctuary of Central Congregational Church, networked with colleagues from ...


Small in Number; Big in Generosity

11/7/2017

Buckets were collected at Newman Congregational Church The Rhode Island Conference may not be large in terms of the number of churches it comprises, but there is nothing small about its level of generosity. In response to the series of hurricanes and natural disasters this season, the Conference's churches collected 205 clean up buckets and 102...


Conference Ministers: “How long O Lord?”

11/6/2017

We live in a violent world where people kill each other. We live in a world where hate and injustice often seem to go unpunished. We live in a world where innocent victims are shot, or run over, or blown up by a pressure cooker.


Outdoor Ministries Team Raising Funds for Camperships

10/20/2017

Help low income children attend Summer Camp at Irons Homestead! Contribute to our Campership Fund through the Camp Moves Me campaign.


Clothing and Book Drive to Benefit Irons Homestead

10/17/2017

Churches are being asked to bring donations of clothing and books to the Autumnal Meeting to help cover the costs of facilities upgrades at Irons Homestead.


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