God Restores My Soul:
The 154th Diocesan Convention
November 11-12, 2022
Registration is now open!
News & Updates
Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe invites you to participate in a Sacred Ground circle in your parish or district, and to prayerfully consider participating in a planned February 2023 diocesan Sacred Ground pilgrimage to the Legacy Museum in Montgomery, Alabama.
The Diocesan Board has awarded fifteen Ministry Grants totaling $34,526.94 to parishes and organizations of the Diocese of Central New York in the Fall 2022 grant cycle. Ministry Grants fund projects that reflect diocesan ministry priorities including strengthening community connections, welcoming refugees, digital ministry, and more.
The Rev. Meredith Kadet Sanderson has accepted a new call to ministry and will end her tenure with the Diocese of Central New York on October 7, 2022.
As we move into the fall stewardship campaign season, the diocesan Stewardship Committee offers the following reflection to frame our theological understanding of stewardship. Don't forget to visit cnyepiscopal.org/stewardship for stewardship resources: printable forms, ideas, guidance, articles, webinars and more!
Clergy calls and transitions in the Diocese in spring and summer 2022.
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 »
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 »
Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe invites all clergy of the Diocese of Central New York to a Fall Clergy Retreat on Tuesday, October 4th, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Church of the Resurrection, 120 West 5th Street, Oswego. Lunch will be provided, and there will be a hybrid option for those unable to attend...Find out more »
We take seriously our call to safeguard all of God's people. This fall, four diocesan Emergency Planning and Safety Preparation workshops will offer models of best practices for emergency planning and safety (including active shooter best practices) to parishes and other diocesan institutions.Find out more »
Pre-Convention Meetings are essential preparation for all Clergy and Delegates attending the 154th Diocesan Convention. Please plan to attend one of the two scheduled Pre-Convention Meetings online: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 »
The Small Church Resource Group is for leaders from our smallest churches (average Sunday attendance of less than 30). Every other month, we meet on Zoom to share what works and how we're responding to current challenges and opportunities. At our June meeting, we'll talk about our hopes for our cong...Find out more »
Are you a lay or clergy leader who is praying for guidance where God is leading your parish to grow and thrive? Looking to develop new skills and strategies to respond to today’s challenges and opportunities? Yearning for a new vision and renewed energy for the work God has given us? The College f...Find out more »
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