"In this Diocese, we have a shared commitment to transparency and accountability, acting in ways that honor the sacred trust of being a community of faith. While there may be times when that [...]
Episcopal Bishop Carlye Hughes: A lament and a challenge in the wake of the shooting of Atatiana Jefferson
Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe of the Episcopal Diocese of Central New York, who was raised in Fort Worth, Texas, joins Fort Worth Bishop Scott Mayer in fully endorsing the following statement by [...]
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 [...]
LGBTQ people are God’s beloved, made in the image of God, and are our beloved neighbors, friends, clergy and lay leaders of The Episcopal Church.
I pray that we will reach deep inside ourselves and connect with that love of God bubbling up, calling us to go and to do likewise. To go out and to proclaim. In this beautiful spring, in this [...]
Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Michael Curry's Easter 2018 Message: “Hatred does not have the last word. Violence does not have the last word. Bigotry does not have the last word. Sin, evil do [...]
Download this letter as a PDF. Dear People of Central New York: As Christians we have a responsibility to stand with those who feel most vulnerable, especially when those persons are our children [...]
Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe's message for Ash Wednesday and Lent 2018.
If you were God, and you wanted people to know of your love and your care for them, how would you come to them?