Consent Preferences

Inspiring, educating and nurturing those who minister through music and the arts

Registration is Open!

July 10 -13, 2024
First Congregational Church
Greenwich, Connecticut

Tom Shelton, Choral

Ellen Dickinson, Handbells

Nathaniel Gumbs, Organ

Nathan Avakian, Opening Concert - Theater Organ


  We’ve all experienced attrition in our music programs. Our choirs have dwindled, gotten older, gotten unbalanced. The handbell choir goes into a panic when one person gets sick. Retirees move away to the Promised Land. Children are off playing sports. Musical instruments go unused. How have you adapted? What creative remedies have you cooked up? Let’s share our ideas, our successes, our flops in an open forum. There will be lots to discuss! Registration is open.

  There is no denying that we work in a noisy environment. A full organ, a resounding chorus, blaring trumpets, opera-trained soloists -- all are inspiring but they do present a workplace hazard when rehearsing and performing in close proximity. How can we protect our hearing from damage in these situations? What are the signs of hearing loss? When should our hearing be tested? Why are hearing aids important? How can hearing aids help in various acoustical settings? How can we help our choir members with hearing aids? Registration is open.

 Saturday Sharing is a series of free, once-a-month, one hour conversations on topics of interest to church musicians and others. Saturdays at 12 pm ET / 9 am PT on Zoom. Watch for upcoming topics.

View our previously recorded conversations:

Royalties for Spirituals: Where Are We Now? - February 2024
Singing Welcome as an Antiracist Practice - January 2024
Music Copyright for Churches - September 2023
Finding a New Balance: Adapting Your Program to Post-COVID Times - May 2023
Gussy Up Your Music, Part 2 - April 2023
Gussy Up Your Music, Part 1 - March 2023

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Announcing UCCMA's DEI Mission Statement

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30 Years!

  Enjoy reading this year's special editions of Worship, Music & Ministry, our online journal available free to you. To highlight our history and to let you see what we have to offer, we are publicly sharing our 2023 issues. We are offering this free access to our friends, colleagues and visitors in celebration of 30 years of God’s blessings.

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from the Mill House

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