Watch above: Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe spoke Friday, July 12, 2019 at the Syracuse Lights for Liberty vigil to end inhumane conditions in US migrant detention camps. The demonstration was part of [...]
The humanitarian crisis at the US/Mexico border: an invitation to prayer and faithful action from Bishop DeDe
Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe of the Episcopal Diocese of Central New York invites fellow Christians to pray and act in response to the humanitarian crisis unfolding at the border of the United States [...]
When June 19th—the Juneteenth holiday celebrating the end of slavery in the United States—was proposed as a date for a half-day retreat for the diocesan Visioning Team, Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe [...]
Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe of the Episcopal Diocese of Central New York offers a word of encouragement in the midst of Lent 2019, and introduces the new diocesan vision statement.
“See again that God loves us, God nurtures us, and God forgives us.” A message for Ash Wednesday and Lent from Bishop Duncan-Probe.
"See again that God loves us, God nurtures us, and God forgives us." A message for Ash Wednesday and Lent from Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe of the Episcopal Diocese of Central New York.
Above: The diocesan Visioning Team at the end of a weekend retreat focused on articulating a shared vision for our diocesan community. What glimpses of our shared future might compel you to [...]
“Pray … that God’s vision will be our vision.” Watch above: Bishop DeDe introduces the diocesan visioning process and asks for your prayers as the Diocesan Board, Standing [...]
In Jesus’ birth and crucifixion, God is laying down all that God could…in order to have relationship with us. Merry Christmas! Watch above: Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe of the Episcopal [...]
“We have an opportunity to incarnate, to embody, a different message to the world…” Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe’s Christmas message
Watch above: Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe of the Episcopal Diocese of Central New York offers a Christmas message for 2018. What does it mean to embody, to incarnate, a message that love is stronger [...]
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