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As of September 8, 2020, the Diocese of Central New York is in Step 3 of our “Gathering Anew” COVID-19 response plan. Parishes that have covenanted with the bishop to uphold diocesan guidelines may may offer in-person gatherings at this time.
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
September is Recovery Month, celebrating all who are living in recovery from substance use and mental health disorders. On September 23rd, Deacon Kay Drebert led an online diocese-wide worship service for Recovery Month to support individuals in recovery and their loved ones, and to remember those who lost their lives while seeking recovery. Watch a recording of this service...
This week, clergy and wardens of the Diocese of Central New York met with Alan Yarborough of the Episcopal Church’s Office of Government Relations. Yarborough helps Episcopalians faithfully engage their communities and elected officials on issues that matter to the Church. He encouraged us to “plan our vote.” Knowing our plan, and helping others make […]
The photo above is courtesy of Pixabay Article by Peter Koeppel, member of Trinity Memorial Church in Binghamton and the diocesan Stewardship Resources team. Is there anything like it was last year, around this time? Not in the world of our daily lives, it would appear, but our spiritual lives continue mostly fine. God is […]
The Listen/Learn group of the diocesan Racial Justice & Reconciliation team offers two suggestions for youth-friendly anti-racist reading this September.
The following is a Word to the Church from Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, and is also the text of his sermon at The Episcopal Church House of Bishops, which met virtually September 16, 2020. A WORD TO THE CHURCH September 16, 2020 The Right Reverend Michael B. Curry What Did Jesus Do? And now […]
An event every week that begins at 7:30 am on Tuesday and Thursday, repeating until December 31, 2020
Coffee with the bishop is back! Join Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe on Facebook Live (at facebook.com/bishopdede/live) every Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30 a.m. for coffee, prayer, and a morning check-in.Find out more »
This workshop (originally scheduled for September 23rd, new date October 7th) will give you the basics of getting your parish up and running with live streaming services in just a few weeks. The material covered will include hardware and software approaches to implementing a live stream system and w...Find out more »
One event on October 27, 2020 at 6:00 pm
This year, Pre-Convention Meetings are especially important. All participants in the 152nd Diocesan Convention should attend at least one of the meetings so that you can practice participating in an online Convention via Zoom, practice online voting, and more! Registration is required.Find out more »
Wherever and however we gather, we are one body sustained in God’s love. In 2020, as we confront a pandemic, reckon with racism, and navigate the challenges of a changing church and culture, the practices that sustain us on the Way of Love matter more than ever. As we come together for the 152nd a...Find out more »