“Always God’s Love:” Bishop DeDe’s 2017 Christmas Message

If you were God, and you wanted people to know of your love and your care for them, how would you come to them?


Tell Your Story: Bishop DeDe’s Address to the 149th Diocesan Convention

God's plan is better than yours. God's love is more powerful. God's calling for you is deeper and richer than you could ever know. But it's going to start with one very important moment. The [...]


A Word from Bishop DeDe: 149th Diocesan Convention

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 [...]


CNY Episcopal Churches Toll Bells for Las Vegas

Tuesday, October 3rd at noon, nearly thirty of the churches of the Episcopal Diocese of Central New York joined Episcopal churches nationwide in tolling churchbells for those who died in the [...]


CNY Episcopal Churches to Toll Bells in Memory of Las Vegas Victims

Episcopal Churches throughout Central New York will toll their bells at noon on Tuesday, October 3rd to commemorate the victims of the October 2nd mass shooting in Las Vegas. They will ring their [...]


Bishop DeDe: “Be the light shining in the darkness.”

The Rt. Rev. DeDe Duncan-Probe, Bishop of Central New York, issued a video statement following the October 2nd mass shooting in Las Vegas, Nevada. Transcript Lord, make me an instrument of Your [...]


Episcopal bishops to President, Congress: Don’t end DACA

Nearly 125 Episcopal bishops, including Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe of the Episcopal Diocese of Central New York, have published an open letter imploring President Donald Trump and members of [...]


Bishop DeDe: God loves us–we can make a difference.

In a short video message, Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe of the Episcopal Diocese of Central New York offers encouragement and updates about fall activities in the Diocese, including Convention.


Bishop Duncan-Probe: Hatred, racism, anti-Semitism, and the dehumanization of others have no place in our common life.

Dear People of Central New York, During my time of Sabbath, I too have witnessed last week’s events in Charlottesville, Virginia with a heavy heart. Hatred, racism, anti-Semitism, and the [...]


Episcopalians Respond to Hate and Violence in Charlottesville

Episcopalians in Central New York and throughout the United States are speaking out and standing up for human dignity after the deadly racist, anti-Semetic protests in Charlottesville, Virginia [...]