The Northeast Region of ECCT is locally known as “the quiet corner”. We are located geographically in Tolland and Windham Counties, and cover an area from Enfield to Glastonbury and Thompson to Sterling. We are sixteen parishes strong and enjoy communities that are rural, suburban, and urban.
The NE Region is full of beauty, and a very popular place to drive in the Fall. We are home to such landmark and notable institutions as UCONN (Storrs), the Frog Bridge (Willimantic), and many other fine educational institutions and local landmarks. Here in the NE you will find lots of trails to hike, walk, and bike, many cafes and good places to eat, and parishes full of good people who are actively engaged in building the Kingdom of God.
We have parishes of all types: country parishes with beautiful gardens and lawns, suburban neighborhoods where walking is encouraged, and parishes in bustling down-town areas. We have strong connections with many other organizations within our towns, our nation, and even international relationships! We work with our communities by offering many ministries, including: community gardens and food pantries, paper pantries (distribution areas for paper products and person hygiene items), residences for refugees, backpack programs for our local schools, homeless shelters, and advocacy work just to name a few.
Northeast Region Leadership Team
- Donovan ReinwaldSt. Paul’s, Windham Center
- Mary CovelloSt. Mary's, Manchester
- the Rev. Peter BushnellGrace, Stafford Springs
- Jan BellingerSt. John’s, East Windsor
- Sandy MarshallSt. Peter’s, Hebron
- Maria EvansSt. John's, Vernon