Watch Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe’s address to the 150th Convention of the Episcopal Diocese of Central New York on Saturday, November 10, 2018. Gospel reading: Matthew 20:1-16
LGBTQ people are God’s beloved, made in the image of God, and are our beloved neighbors, friends, clergy and lay leaders of The Episcopal Church.
You and I are called as peoples and followers of Jesus to do what Jesus told us, which is to love our neighbors. We don’t get to choose or select— or criticize even, really—who our [...]
Outside detention center for migrant women, Episcopalians pray for immigrants and separated families
Over 1,000 Episcopalians came together outside the Hutto Detention Center in Taylor, Texas to pray for the migrant women detained there.
Responding to the #MeToo movement, the House of Bishops of The Episcopal Church created a powerful service at the church’s General Convention in which laypeople and clergy from a variety of [...]
On June 21st, Episcopal churches across the country opened their doors and invited people to pray for the thousands of immigrant children that have been separated from their families. Bishop DeDe [...]
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 [...]