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 [...]
Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Michael Curry's Easter 2018 Message: “Hatred does not have the last word. Violence does not have the last word. Bigotry does not have the last word. Sin, evil do [...]
Photos of Episcopalians participating in March for Our Lives events in Central New York, supporting young people and calling for an end to gun violence.
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 [...]
“Remember you are dust and to dust you shall return.” When I was younger, I thought that phrase, whispered over my head each Wednesday, was the Church’s way of putting me in my place, “Don’t get [...]
Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe's message for Ash Wednesday and Lent 2018.