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  • The work of our lives: A video message from Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe

    As our renewed diocesan commitment to antiracism reaches the one-year mark, Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe reminds us that the work of responding to dehumanization is the work of the Gospel, the work of our baptismal vows, and the work of our lives.
  • Bishop Duncan-Probe announces next step in diocesan COVID-19 response

    Beginning Saturday, June 19, 2021, each parish will have local discretion to establish COVID-19 response guidelines within the restrictions established by New York State and in line with recommendations from the CDC. The protection of the most vulnerable and connection with those unable to attend worship and church activities remain our priority.
  • Signs of Spring?

    I typically flunk these tests, so let’s see whether you do better than I. Which one of these four does not belong? Forsythias Daffodils "Pesticide Applied" signs Dandelions The unifying theme for these four items is, of course, “spring” and “yellow.” I strongly suspect that we’re all in agreement that the first two are probably fine signs of spring. But I would not be surprised if it's more challenging to choose between the third and fourth. This choice may even be divisive!
  • Green Corner: Addressing Plastic Waste

    In this month's Green Corner, Kip Coerper offers ideas for reducing our personal plastic waste and shares advocacy opportunities to hold plastic producers accountable.
  • A Breath of Fresh Air: One Church's Healthy Air Solution

    Trinity Memorial Church in Binghamton, like most of our older churches, has a steam heating system, no air conditioning, and few options for air flow. This presents a formidable challenge as we are carefully moving towards reopening our sanctuary, and eventually opening more of our rooms, for services and community outreach. How do we ensure healthy air?

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