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COVID-19 Response

Indoor in-person gatherings are currently suspended in all parishes of the Episcopal Diocese of Central New York. Robust online worship and opportunities for learning and connection continue. Outdoor and “drive-in” gatherings, with Holy Eucharist, are permitted, as is live-streaming and recording worship from within church buildings. Essential community outreach ministries continue.

Speak Faith

A year to explore our faith together, and get courageous sharing it.

Working for racial justice

From Juneteenth to Juneteenth, the primary focus of the Diocese of Central New York is to Listen, Learn, and Respond as we confront the sin of systemic racism. Please join us in this Gospel work with new opportunities, actions, and resources each month.

News & Updates

  • Stewardship: Let's Get Back to Work

    The photo above is courtesy of Pixabay.  Article by Peter Koeppel, member of Trinity Memorial Church in Binghamton and the diocesan Stewardship Resources team. Do you realize just how unusual Jesus’ ministry in this world was? He taught in the temple; He interpreted scripture; He preached to crowds; He didn’t despair when His disciples kept […]
  • Churches across the Diocese mark nearly 400,000 lives lost to COVID-19

    On the eve of Inauguration Day, people across the United States joined together at 5:30 p.m. to remember nearly 400,000 Americans who have died from COVID-19. Many churches in the Episcopal Diocese of Central New York joined in the commemoration with online prayer services, outdoor vigils, and the tolling of bells.
  • Bishop Duncan-Probe joins Presiding Bishop, other NCC leaders in call for President Donald Trump’s removal from office

    Bishop Duncan-Probe has joined Presiding Bishop Michael Curry and other faith leaders in calling for the removal of President Donald Trump from office via a January 8th open letter addressed to Vice President Mike Pence, members of Congress, and the U.S. Cabinet. “This is not a partisan political move; it is a moral call to hold our leaders in government accountable for the safety and well-being of our people and of our democracy,” said Bishop Duncan-Probe. The full letter, distributed by the National Council of Churches, is printed below. 
  • Presiding Bishop Curry’s Word to the Church: Who shall we be?

    The Presiding Bishop issued a Word to the Church on January 8th, speaking about the moment we are in as a nation. Referencing "apostles of love", he reminds us that the Way of Love that leads to Beloved Community is the only way of hope for humanity.
  • "We are the people of God": A message from Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe regarding the events of 1/6/21

    Watch below: A message from Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe regarding the events of January 6th at the U.S. Capital. Transcript: Greetings friends, We are the people of God. We know what we are about. We know how to recognize truth when we see it, because we seek truth all the time. In the Diocese of Central […]

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