Happy Easter! Here's a few favorite photos from 2019 Holy Week observances and Easter celebrations in Episcopal churches all over Central New York.
The people of the Diocese of Central New York celebrate the following clergy calls and transitions: Clergy New to the Diocese Trinity Episcopal Church in Watertown has called the Rev. Molly [...]
image above: Leaders from St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church, Liverpool and St. James’ Episcopal Church, Pulaski in conversation at our 2019 all-parish Leadership Day. Held last Saturday, [...]
God is present and ready to partner with Central New York congregations in ministry—this confidence was spreading at the kickoff for year two of our diocesan Learning Communities Initiative. Over [...]
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 [...]
The Way of Love framework is a rule of life for being a faithful follower of Jesus. Watch this webinar (originally recorded via Zoom on February 27, 2019) to explore how you can use the Way of [...]
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.
Merry Christmas! Here's a few favorite photos from 2018 Christmas celebrations in Episcopal churches all over Central New York.