LivingWell is the wellness branch of the Conference of Churches.
CauseCommunications is the division within The Conference of Churches that provides social media, and other content
The Conference of Churches Collaboration Centre is your gathering place in the community.
The Conference of Churches (TCC), founded in 1900, is a faith-based, non-profit organization that reaches tens of thousands people each year. Our mission is to engage transformational leaders to work together for a healthy and just community. Our Vision statement is “A Healthy and Just Community for All.”
Through our three areas of focus, we Collaborate with partners, Educate and identify transformational leaders, and use our Cause-Communication to aid leaders on how to better get their message out to the public using social media, and radio. Some of our Consultant initiatives include: CityHarvest, Health Equity Strategic Leadership, Open Space Technology, Public Affairs Broadcasts, Social Media Consulting, and the FaithWorks Institute.
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On March 25, 2013, Rev. Dr. Shelley D. Best, The Conference of Churches' President & CEO in conjunction with The Office of Supervised Ministry provided a lunch-time discussion at the Yale Divinity School on faith based community development and public policy leadership as a ministry
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Get Healthy Now!
Faith communities are assisted in the development of health programs in their congregations by The Conference training individuals to become health ministers. Health ministries provide health screenings, seminars, referral services, advocacy and wellness activities.
Rich Answers is a one-hour magazine-style public affairs and music program that airs weekly on Lite 100.5 WRCH to about 60,000 listeners. It is co-produced by The Conference of Churches and Lite 100.5 WRCH, New Britain/Hartford, Connecticut.
City Harvest Program
The CityHarvest program is a comprehensive approach that combines advocacy and nutrition education to increase the availability of fresh fruits and vegetables in Hartford’s most distressed neighborhoods.
To achieve this goal, CityHarvest partners with faith leaders, local church health ministers, community groups, schools, grocers, farmers, government and policymakers.
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