Young people are leading the way in organizing March For Our Lives events throughout the country. A complete list of March For Our Lives events is available at marchforourlives.com. (Note: these events are not planned by The Episcopal Church).
Episcopalians in Central New York will stand with these young people at March For Our Lives events in the diocese on March 24th. Information about Episcopal meet-up arrangements will be updated here.
Please help us update this page by e-mailing [email protected] if you plan to attend a march in your area and would like to coordinate a meet-up location and time for Episcopalians, or if you are organizing a prayer vigil or other activity in your region. We will do our best to keep this page updated with meet-up arrangements and opportunities from throughout the diocese.
March For Our Lives Binghamton | Saturday, March 24th at 12:00 p.m. in front of Binghamton High School (31 Main Street)
Episcopalians and others will gather across the street at Trinity Memorial Church (44 Main Street) at 11:30 a.m. for a brief prayer service before the March.
March For Our Lives Ithaca | Saturday, March 24th from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. at Bernie Milton Pavilion (100 North Tioga Street)
The Ithaca Area Episcopal Peace Fellowship is organizing Episcopalians from local parishes to join the Ithaca March for Our Lives. Please meet at 1:30 pm in the parking lot of St. John’s Episcopal Church (210 North Cayuga Street, parking lot is on Buffalo Street) to walk together to the kick-off at the Pavilion on The Commons.
March For Our Lives Syracuse | Saturday, March 24th at 12:00 p.m. at the Everson Museum of Art, 401 Harrison Street.
Please plan to join Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe in standing with our community’s young people at March For Our Lives Syracuse. Episcopalians will gather for prayer at St. Paul’s Church (310 Montgomery Street) at 11:00 a.m. before walking over to the noon march at the Everson.
At this time we do not know of any plans for CNY Episcopalians to attend the main March For Our Lives march in Washington, DC, but the Episcopal Diocese of Washington is coordinating information on local church involvement.