The Episcopal Asset Map, an online platform that shows the location and ministries of Episcopal Churches, schools and other organizations, has recently been re-launched in a streamlined, easy-to-use format.
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry of The Episcopal Church called the Asset Map “truly a tool, a resource” and points out that it has been “revised, expanded, updated, user-friendly and now includes virtually the entire Episcopal Church from the largest cathedral to the smallest house church.”
The map is grassroots-populated, which means you can update information for your congregation at your convenience by clicking on a pin and choosing the “Update This Place” option. The Diocesan Map Administrators for our diocese, Meredith Sanderson and Kathy Dengler, review all suggested updates before they are published. The Episcopal Church and Episcopal Relief & Development, who have partnered on the Asset Map project, hope to link its data to the Episcopal Church’s “Find a Church” website by the time General Convention opens.
Check out the Diocese of Central New York on the Asset Map now, and submit your updates through the Map at any time!