God Restores My Soul:
The 154th Diocesan Convention
November 11-12, 2022
Registration opens in September—Certify your parish’s Lay Delegates now!
News & Updates
Your parish leadership is most likely watching the value of parish investments. In consultation with the Diocesan Investment and Finance Committee, we offer the following best-practice reminders and available options for assistance in the current economy.
As the 80th General Convention of The Episcopal Church wrapped up on Monday, July 11th, we asked our CNY Deputies about the holy moments they encountered in the four-day summit, and the outcomes they're celebrating.
Author Rose Bish, a member of St. John's Episcopal Church in Speedsville, shares how her faith and the support of her church community encouraged her to lead a community response to recent gun violence.
Grace Episcopal Church in Utica is the church home for a vibrant and growing community of Karen Episcopalians (the Karen people are one of the 135 ethnic tribes in Myanmar (formerly Burma), and many have fled their homeland as refugees due to intense government persecution. On July 3rd, Grace Church hosted 210 Karen youth and young adults from across The Episcopal Church for the national American Karen Episcopal Youth (AKEY) Day, including an address by Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe. The participants stayed to join Grace Church in Sunday Eucharist.
This past week’s rulings by the Supreme Court, especially Dobbs v. Jackson, have been deeply painful and have resulted in many of us feeling significant anxiety and emotional distress. Gun violence, women’s access to healthcare, and the degradation of God’s creation are emotional, complex, and for many, deeply personal realities. This is a time for compassion, understanding, mutual support and respect. “For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind.” (2 Timothy 1:7) No one stands alone. ...
Join Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe on Facebook Live (at facebook.com/bishopdede/live) every Tuesday at 7:30 a.m. for coffee, prayer, singing, and a morning check-in.Find out more »
Speak Faith is a yearlong program for Central New York Episcopalians to explore our faith and get courageous sharing it. Online group meetings focus on topics like the Bible, how we talk about God, Anglican history and identity, and faith and justice. In each session, we go deep with a guest teacher...Find out more »
Join LGBTQ+ Episcopalians and Allies for a fun fall Pride Picnic and noonday prayer! All are welcome. We'll be at Pavilion 3 in Dwyer Memorial Park (6347 Little York Lake Rd, Preble) on Saturday, October 1st from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. We'll provide the burgers (meat and veggie) and fixings as well...Find out more »
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