The Rev. Brooks Cato offers a reflection and a resource for Episcopalians who want to support our United Methodist neighbors following that denomination's Special Conference decision restricting [...]
Longtime Mission of Miracles team member Jim O’Neill reflects on the 16th Mission of Miracles, which took place in February 2019.
Ash Wednesday may not seem like the most likely holiday for evangelism, but it's a day when the Christian faith is highly visible! Here are seven ways your parish can make the most of Ash [...]
Virtual worship is a creative way we can be together when gathering in-person isn't practical. When a recent snowstorm canceled services at many churches in our diocese, some got online.
The children and adults of St. Matthew's Episcopal Church in Liverpool came together on Monday to honor the legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with service and learning.
Image above: The Rev. Georgina Hegney, interim rector of Grace Episcopal Church in Utica, with Mr. Wil Murtaugh, Executive Director of ACR Health. Photo provided. Two local Episcopal Churches in [...]
A letter to an Episcopal priest in Oswego that was published in the Oswego Daily Times during World War I will provide the theme for sermons preached in more than a dozen churches around Oswego [...]
image above: Members of St. John’s Episcopal Church in Cape Vincent were at an October 18th Open House hosted by the Child Advocacy Center of Northern New York (CAC), celebrating [...]
Are you called to minister with the incarcerated? Here's five steps to get your ministry started.