Racist, homophobic, and anti-Semitic acts are on the rise in many parts of Central New York. Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe urges the Diocese of Central New York to be part of a healing response, [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
“The truth is, [Mary Magdalene] didn’t know that Jesus was alive. She was just doing what love does.” Watch an Easter message from the Most Rev. Michael Curry, Presiding Bishop of The Episcopal [...]
"We may even think racism no longer exists in America. But the more we refute it, the more we find it chasing us. There is more work to do, much more work. So as Lent, the Christian season of [...]
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.
You and I are called as peoples and followers of Jesus to do what Jesus told us, which is to love our neighbors. We don’t get to choose or select— or criticize even, really—who our [...]
Are you called to minister with the incarcerated? Here's five steps to get your ministry started.
Deacon Dorothy Pierce brings Learning Communities techniques to a bible study for formerly incarcerated men and women and their families.