Every member of the church has been “called for a time such as this.” (Esther 4:14) Let prophets tell the truth in love. Let reconcilers move boldly into places of division and disagreement. Let [...]
Bishop DeDe writes letter to Syracuse mayor: “Christians have a sacred duty to care for the most vulnerable among us.”
Bishop Duncan-Probe is pictured above with members of the South Sudanese congregation of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in downtown Syracuse. Photo credit: DJ Iglesrud for the Episcopal [...]
A version of this letter and resource list originally appeared in the February 2, 2017 issue of The Messenger. Dear People of Central New York, As Christians, we are diverse in our opinions and [...]
“It is God who has brought us to this place.” A Sudanese community leader reflects on the journey to Syracuse.
Abraham Deng is a member of the vestry of St. Paul’s Church in Syracuse. Having come to Syracuse as a refugee from Sudan, Mr. Deng is a leader of the Sudanese congregation at St. [...]
Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe of the Episcopal Diocese of Central New York responds to a recent decision to end Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Salvadorans resident in the U.S.