Prayers for the week of April 21st

In our parishes, we pray for the people of St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Camillus and their priest, the Rev. Jon White, and the people of Trinity Episcopal Church in Canastota. In The Episcopal Church, we pray for the people of the Diocese of Southern Virginia and their bishop, the Rt. Rev. Susan B. Haynes. In the Anglican Communion, we pray for the people of the Anglican Church of Australia and their archbishop, the Most Rev. Geoffrey Smith.
A Prayer Against Gun Violence
God of mercy and compassion, who wept with Rachel as she lamented over her children—be with us, who lament the plague of gun violence that lies heavy over our land. Open our eyes to see the ways we might transform the shadow of strife and death into the way of love and peace. Strengthen us to tirelessly care for one another, that we may truly find our security in the boundless love you call us to, and lead us all to your promised future, where no sword will be drawn against another, and no power known but the power of love. All this we ask through the name of your Son, Jesus Christ. Amen.

Prayers for the week of April 28th

In our parishes, we pray for the people of St. Mark's Episcopal Church in Candor and their priest, the Rev. Pat Kinney, and the people of St. John's Episcopal Church in Cape Vincent and their priest, the Rev. Lisa Busby. In The Episcopal Church, we pray for the people of the Diocese of Southwest Florida and their bishop, the Rt. Rev. Douglas Scharf. In the Anglican Communion, we pray for the people of the Church of Bangladesh and their prime bishop, the Most Rev. Samuel Mankhin. A Prayers Against Gun Violence

Gracious God, inspire us with the gift of Shalom, the gift of wholeness and the promise of your presence. Give us wisdom to seek nonviolence as an answer to the violence of God of mercy and compassion, who wept with Rachel as she lamented over her children—be with us, who lament the plague of gun violence that lies heavy over our land. Open our eyes to see the ways we might transform the shadow of strife and death into the way of love and peace. Strengthen us to tirelessly care for one another, that we may truly find our security in the boundless love you call us to, and lead us all to your promised future, where no sword will be drawn against another, and no power known but the power of love. All this we ask through the name of your Son, Jesus Christ. Amen.

Prayers for the week of May 5th

In our parishes, we pray for the people of Grace Episcopal Church in Carthage, and the people of St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Cazenovia and their priest, the Rev. Rebecca Roberts.

In the Episcopal Church, we pray for the people of the Diocese of Southwestern Virginia and their bishop, the Rt. Rev. Mark Allen Bourlakas.

In the Anglican Communion, we pray for the people of the Igreja Episcopal Anglicana do Brasil and their primate, the Most Rev. Marinez Rosa dos Santos Bassotto.

A Prayer Against Gun Violence God of mercy and compassion, who wept with Rachel as she lamented over her children—be with us, who lament the plague of gun violence that lies heavy over our land. Open our eyes to see the ways we might transform the shadow of strife and death into the way of love and peace. Strengthen us to tirelessly care for one another, that we may truly find our security in the boundless love you call us to, and lead us all to your promised future, where no sword will be drawn against another, and no power known but the power of love. All this we ask through the name of your Son, Jesus Christ. Amen.

Prayers for the week of May 12th

In our parishes, we pray for the people of St. Mark's Episcopal Church in Chenango Bridge and their priest, the Rev. Dawn-Victoria Mitchell, and the people of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Chittenango and their priest, the Rev. Dr. Leon Mozeliak. In The Episcopal Church, we pray for the people of the Diocese of Spokane and their bishop, the Rt. Rev. Gretchen M. Rehberg. In the Anglican Communion, we pray for the people of the The Anglican Church of Burundi and their prime bishop, the Most Rev. Sixbert Macumi. A Prayer Against Gun Violence

God of mercy and compassion, who wept with Rachel as she lamented over her children—be with us, who lament the plague of gun violence that lies heavy over our land. Open our eyes to see the ways we might transform the shadow of strife and death into the way of love and peace. Strengthen us to tirelessly care for one another, that we may truly find our security in the boundless love you call us to, and lead us all to your promised future, where no sword will be drawn against another, and no power known but the power of love. All this we ask through the name of your Son, Jesus Christ. Amen.

Prayers for the week of May 19th

In our parishes, we pray for the people of Christ Episcopal Church in Clayton and their priest, the Rev. Lisa Busby, and the people of St. James' Episcopal Church in Clinton and their priest, the Rev. Joanna Benskin. In The Episcopal Church, we pray for the people of the Diocese of Springfield and their bishop-elect, the Rev. Brian K. Burgess. In the Anglican Communion, we pray for the people of the The Anglican Church of Canada and their prime bishop, the Most Rev. Linda Nicholls. A Prayer Against Gun Violence

God of mercy and compassion, who wept with Rachel as she lamented over her children—be with us, who lament the plague of gun violence that lies heavy over our land. Open our eyes to see the ways we might transform the shadow of strife and death into the way of love and peace. Strengthen us to tirelessly care for one another, that we may truly find our security in the boundless love you call us to, and lead us all to your promised future, where no sword will be drawn against another, and no power known but the power of love. All this we ask through the name of your Son, Jesus Christ. Amen.

Standing Committee & Board Meeting

Online Event NY

10:45/11:00am - Standing Committee meeting (see email from committee each month for start time) 12:00pm -  Joint Standing Committee and Diocesan Board meeting 12:30pm or as soon as joint meeting ends - Diocesan Board meeting

Prayers for the week of May 26th

In our parishes, we pray for the people of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Constableville and the people of Trinity Episcopal Church in Constantia.

In the Episcopal Church, we pray for the people of the Diocese of Taiwan and their bishop, the Rt. Rev. Lennon Yuan-Rung Chang.

In the Anglican Communion, we pray for the people of The Church of the Province of Central Africa and their primate, the Most Rev. Albert Chama.

A Prayer Against Gun Violence

God of mercy and compassion, who wept with Rachel as she lamented over her children—be with us, who lament the plague of gun violence that lies heavy over our land. Open our eyes to see the ways we might transform the shadow of strife and death into the way of love and peace. Strengthen us to tirelessly care for one another, that we may truly find our security in the boundless love you call us to, and lead us all to your promised future, where no sword will be drawn against another, and no power known but the power of love. All this we ask through the name of your Son, Jesus Christ. Amen.

Prayers for the week of June 2nd

In our parishes, we pray for the people of Grace Episcopal Church in Copenhagen and the people of Grace & Holy Spirit Episcopal/Lutheran Church in Cortland and their priest, the Rev. Jennifer Manis. In The Episcopal Church, we pray for the people of the Diocese of Tennessee and their bishop, the Rt. Rev. John C. Bauerschmidt. In the Anglican Communion, we pray for the people of the Church of Iglesia Anglicana de la Region Central de America and their primate, the Most Rev. Juan David Alvarado. A Prayer Against Gun Violence

God of mercy and compassion, who wept with Rachel as she lamented over her children—be with us, who lament the plague of gun violence that lies heavy over our land. Open our eyes to see the ways we might transform the shadow of strife and death into the way of love and peace. Strengthen us to tirelessly care for one another, that we may truly find our security in the boundless love you call us to, and lead us all to your promised future, where no sword will be drawn against another, and no power known but the power of love. All this we ask through the name of your Son, Jesus Christ. Amen.

Prayers for the week of June 9th

In our parishes, we pray for the people of St. David's Episcopal Church in Dewitt and their priest, the Rev. Dr. Daniel J. Handschy, and the people of Diäŋdït Episcopal Chapel in East Syracuse and their priest, the Rev. Amuor Garang. In The Episcopal Church, we pray for the people of the Diocese of Texas, their Diocesan Bishop, the Rt. Rev. C. Andrew Doyle, their Bishops Suffragan, the Rt. Rev. Jeff W. Fisher and the Rt. Rev. Kathryn M. Ryan, and their Bishop Assistant, the Rt. Rev. Hector F. Monterroso. In the Anglican Communion, we pray for the people of Church of the Province de L’Eglise Anglicane Du Congo and their primate, the Most Rev. Georges Titre Ande. A Prayer Against Gun Violence

God of mercy and compassion, who wept with Rachel as she lamented over her children—be with us, who lament the plague of gun violence that lies heavy over our land. Open our eyes to see the ways we might transform the shadow of strife and death into the way of love and peace. Strengthen us to tirelessly care for one another, that we may truly find our security in the boundless love you call us to, and lead us all to your promised future, where no sword will be drawn against another, and no power known but the power of love. All this we ask through the name of your Son, Jesus Christ. Amen.

Safe Church Training – In Person

St. Margaret's Ecumenical & Retreat Center 47 Jordan Road, New Hartford, NY, United States

In-person Safe Church Training session at St. Margaret's Ecumenical & Retreat Center, 47 Jordan Rd, New Hartford, NY 13413. Registration is required by calling St. Margaret's at (315) 724-2324. Training is with Lynne Walton. Other dates for in-person at St. Margaret's (same times) are: Aug. 24 and Dec. 7.

Red, White, and Blue BBQ: A Fundraiser for Clear Path for Veterans

Clear Path for Veterans 1223 Salt Springs Road, Chittenango, NY, United States

You can now purchase your tickets for the 2024 Red, White, and Blue BBQ at Clear Path for Veterans! Join us on Saturday, June 15 for our biggest fundraising event of the year, an evening that promises to be filled with camaraderie, delicious food, and exciting festivities, all while supporting our programs and services for veterans, service members, and […]

Prayers for the week of June 16th

In our parishes, we pray for the people of Emmanuel Episcopal Church in East Syracuse and their priest, the Rev. Julie Calhoun-Bryant, and the people of Emmanuel Episcopal Church in Elmira and their priest, the Rev. Robert Adkins. In The Episcopal Church, we pray for the people of the Diocese of Upper South Carolina and their bishop, the Rt. Rev. Daniel P. Richards. In the Anglican Communion, we pray for the people of Iglesia Anglicana de Chile and their primate, the Most Rev. Hector Zavala.A Prayer Against Gun Violence

God of mercy and compassion, who wept with Rachel as she lamented over her children—be with us, who lament the plague of gun violence that lies heavy over our land. Open our eyes to see the ways we might transform the shadow of strife and death into the way of love and peace. Strengthen us to tirelessly care for one another, that we may truly find our security in the boundless love you call us to, and lead us all to your promised future, where no sword will be drawn against another, and no power known but the power of love. All this we ask through the name of your Son, Jesus Christ. Amen.

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