“Will you seek and serve Christ in all persons, loving your neighbor as yourself? Will you strive for justice and peace among all people, and respect the dignity of every human being?” (from the baptismal vows in the Book of Common Prayer)

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Working Side by Side: A message from Bishop DeDe

On June 2, 2020, Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe announced that the Diocese of Central New York would confront the crisis of racism and racist violence by entering into a year of listening, learning, and responding in repentance as we learn together how to love God, one another, and all creation. Watch above or read a transcript of our bishop’s message.


Confronting Racism resource list. View books, articles, videos, curricula, prayers and litanies, and other racial justice resources suggested by members of the Diocese, and add your own recommendations.

Responding to Racist Violence. Resources from The Episcopal Church to help us LEARN, PRAY, and ACT to address racist violence and police brutality.

Resources for Racial Reconciliation from The Episcopal Church.

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