About Our Church
The United Congregational Church of Tolland is located at 45 Tolland Green in Tolland, Connecticut. We have had a presence here since 1722 and our church holds a historic and central place in the lives of the community. Likewise, the congregation, through worship, education, varied activities, and mission outreaches, occupies a central place in the hearts of all our members.
We welcome your visit to our church and hope you will find us to be a warm, friendly, and vibrant congregation. We are committed to an ever faithful response to this world's and this community's needs, and we invite you to join with us in being the church we feel called to be. We are a member of the United Church of Christ, a leader in faith and justice issues both nationally and globally.
Rev.Dr. Jeffrey Gallagher
Minister of Music
Director of Finance
Here at the United Congregational Church of Tolland things are constantly going on! From committee meetings to events, concerts and community gatherings. Click here to view the church calendar.
Our church has 7 main rooms that are used for church fellowship as well as community projects. To read more about our rooms are how to request a room click here.
The Town of Tolland, first settled before 1715, covers an area of forty-one square miles and is situated twenty miles northeast of Hartford, CT.
Tolland, originally a part of the Town of Windsor, was settled by people who felt that Windsor was becoming overcrowded and that their growing families were in need of homesteads. People had started moving to the east, to lands that had been purchased from the Native Americans.
On April 18, 1713, a committee was appointed to lay out a settlement, and the General Assembly was petitioned to charter it as a town. When the Charter was obtained in 1715, the town was named after an English town in Somerset, and was incorporated as Connecticut’s 49th town in May 1722.
In 1785, Tolland County was organized by action of the General Assembly and Tolland was designated the county seat.
The Tolland Green Historic District was placed on the National Register in June 1997. Several of the important buildings within the District have been adapted to serve modern needs while retaining the flavor of the older village. Read more....
Director, Tolland Green Learning Center