Andrew Page

Andrew Page

Drew Page is a member of the Conference's Proclamation, Identity, and Communications Team. He writes for the CTUCC news outlets, edits text and video, and is frequently behind a camera at Conference events.

Drew has been a counselor, summer staff member, and dean at Silver Lake Conference Center, as well as serving as Sunday School Superintendent for his local church. In the evenings, Drew runs a non-profit fencing school, where he also coaches and trains for competition.
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Published Articles

12/31/2019 - Stories from 2019 from CT, MA, and RI

11/11/2019 - SPOTLIGHT - Interfaith Youth Learn About Their Similarities

10/24/2019 - Mission Co-Worker Speaks On War and Peace in Colombia

10/21/2019 - Seeing The Other

10/7/2019 - Open Table Communion Leads to More Open Worship

7/26/2019 - Silver Lake Hosts Campers from China

6/24/2019 - Love Your Neighbor

6/13/2019 - 2019 CT Legislative Session Wrap-Up

6/13/2019 - Wilton Church Sees Increase In Confirmations

5/21/2019 - Last-of-its-Kind Special Meeting Held in West Hartford

5/16/2019 - CTUCC Advocating on a Number of Issues with Legislature

4/22/2019 - Time To Believe

2/14/2019 - UCC Bridgeport Envisions Big Impact

2/13/2019 - Many Voices, One Mission: Collaboration and Communication

1/17/2019 - Two CT Churches Leave Legacy Behind

12/6/2018 - CT Clergy Gather to Celebrate 25/50 Year Ordinands

11/20/2018 - Norfolk Church Collaborates To Improve Community

10/25/2018 - Deeper Understandings Come from Worship Onboard Freedom Schooner Amistad

10/17/2018 - East Hartford Church Strengthens Community Ties Through Its Parsonage

10/11/2018 - New London Church becomes 100th ONA Church in Conference

9/12/2018 - Many Voices, One Mission: Face To Face

9/11/2018 - North Branford Open Doors Cry "Welcome All"

7/16/2018 - The Jesus Line

7/3/2018 - UCC Members/Clergy Join Protest of ICE Policy

4/17/2018 - Thompson Church Helps Residents With Addiction

4/10/2018 - CTUCC/Gyeonggi Partnership Delegates Travel To Korea

4/10/2018 - Multi-Church Youth Ministry Started in New Haven Area

3/21/2018 - Many Voices, One Mission: Stories We Need To Tell

3/15/2018 - CT Conference Takes Action Early in State's 2018 Legislative Session

3/14/2018 - Greenwich Youth Create Banner To Oppose Gun Violence

3/8/2018 - Opposition To Casino Expansion Grows Around Bridgeport

3/1/2018 - Racial Justice Team Brings Training To Public Schools

2/22/2018 - Silver Lake Seeks Support for New Challenge Course

1/23/2018 - Thousands March On Capital For Women's March 2018

1/22/2018 - Astounded

1/17/2018 - Second Greenwich's Church Do-Over

1/15/2018 - Silver Lake Registration Is Now Open

1/11/2018 - Difficult Decisions: Ivoryton Moves In With Neighboring Essex

12/28/2017 - A Look Back At Conference News in 2017

12/20/2017 - Advent Around The Conference

12/18/2017 - Clergy Play Promotes Innovative Thinking

11/28/2017 - Parent Fights Racism In School Curriculum

11/22/2017 - Church Leaders Address Sexual and Domestic Violence

11/13/2017 - Young Adults Serve Simsbury Church and Community

10/4/2017 - Seminarians, Musicians, and Students Receive Scholarships

9/18/2017 - Seeking Good News

8/28/2017 - Silver Lake 60th Celebration Draws Over 300

8/16/2017 - Church Leaders Address Injustice Following Charlottesville

8/10/2017 - Silver Lake 60th Celebration Approaching

7/31/2017 - The Never Ending Miracle

7/1/2017 - Hartford Pastor Offers Theological Reflection at Synod

6/27/2017 - CT, MA Conferences to Share Associate for Racial Justice Ministry

6/26/2017 - Conference Celebrates Gilson's 17-Years Service

6/26/2017 - SLCC Summer Begins With Pre-Camp

6/7/2017 - Casino Bill Passes State Legislature

6/7/2017 - Cecile Gilson Retiring After 17 Years

6/6/2017 - Faith Leaders Arrested Protesting Austerity Budget

5/30/2017 - Tri-Conference Annual Meeting Approaching Fast

4/26/2017 - Looking Back: Silver Lake in 1957

4/5/2017 - Congregations Join In Community-Wide Effort to Fight Homelessness

3/20/2017 - More Conversation Needed

3/14/2017 - Windsor First Apologizes For Role In 17th Century Witch Trials

3/2/2017 - Casino Opposition Focuses on East Windsor

2/22/2017 - Difficult Decisions: Bunker Hill Congregational Church

2/8/2017 - Clergy Supporting Clergy

2/2/2017 - Churches Respond to Halt On Refugees

1/25/2017 - Coalition Opposes Casino Expansion in State

1/25/2017 - Ruth Dudley Resource Center Has Moved

1/17/2017 - New Haven Churches Fight Against Prison Torture

12/20/2016 - Blogging for CTUCC.org

12/16/2016 - Connecticut Women Plan to Join Washington March

12/7/2016 - Bridgeport UCC Announces Sale of Property

12/1/2016 - Conference Takes Lead in Opposing More Casinos

11/10/2016 - Wilton Reading Buddies Make Intergenerational Connections

10/24/2016 - God's In That

10/24/2016 - Racial Justice Event Has Impact

9/6/2016 - Ct Churches Welcome Hundred Of Refugees, Part 1 Of 2

8/25/2016 - Newtown Church Awarded Level 3 Green Church

7/13/2016 - Holy Joe's Café: 10 Years and Still Serving Soldiers

5/25/2016 - Black Lives Matter Banner Defaced at SLCC

2/24/2016 - Farewell Service for Anderson

1/14/2016 - An Unplanned Lesson on Race Conversation

1/6/2016 - A Spirit of Collaboration in Middletown

1/5/2016 - Anderson Departing Conference in March

10/26/2015 - Simple

12/17/2013 - 50 Meals in 50 Minutes

7/15/2013 - New London Second Moves to Waterford

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