I pray that we will reach deep inside ourselves and connect with that love of God bubbling up, calling us to go and to do likewise. To go out and to proclaim. In this beautiful spring, in this [...]
To the youth, clergy and leaders of the Diocese: The Saturday, March 24th March for Our Lives was a wonderful moment of solidarity for our youth. It was also a wonderful moment of solidarity for [...]
“Resurrection is on the other side of everything we fear the most.” Bishop DeDe’s Holy Tuesday Sermon
Clergy and laity came together to renew their vows at three diocesan-wide Holy Week services in 2018. Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe preached at all three services; above is a recording of her sermon [...]
“The resurrection of Jesus is about our willingness to put something else before ourselves. And [we] recognize that God has done the very same thing for us. God has put relationship with us [...]
Download this letter as a PDF. Dear People of Central New York: As Christians we have a responsibility to stand with those who feel most vulnerable, especially when those persons are our children [...]
Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe's message for Ash Wednesday and Lent 2018.
Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe of the Episcopal Diocese of Central New York responds to a recent decision to end Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Salvadorans resident in the U.S.
"My hope is that we will finally be transformed, not by our new attempts at "being better," but by our openness to what God is and is calling us to be."
If you were God, and you wanted people to know of your love and your care for them, how would you come to them?
October 20, 2017 Dear Friends in Christ: Our 149th Diocesan Convention—my first with you as your bishop—has been very much on my heart and in my prayers for much of this past year. Diocesan [...]