Video News: Community Leaders, Students Vow to Take Action Against Opioid Epidemic
Bishop Provenzano and several other clergy from the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island joined over 1,200 community leaders and students at a forum focused on combatting the opioid epidemic on Long Island at St. Anthony's High School on April 26 .
St. Ann’s Parish Moves Back into Newly Repaired Sanctuary
‘Exile’ experience bolstered congregation’s understanding of doing ministry writes Francesca Norsen Tate in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle.
Op-ed: Want to strengthen democracy? Exercise your freedom of religion
"In this sacred season for Jews and Christians, it is time to consider whether the exercise of the right to freedom of religion is crucial to the future of our republic—and to democracy around the world."
Easter Message from Bishop Provenzano
Alleluia, Christ is Risen. The Lord is Risen in Deed. Alleluia!
Roger Joslin named Vicar of Redeemer, Mattituck and Holy Trinity, Greenport
The Rt. Rev. Lawrence C. Provenzano, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island, today announced the appointment of the Rev. Roger Joslin as vicar of two North Fork parishes: Church of the Redeemer in Mattituck and Holy Trinity Church in Greenport.
RIP - The Rev. John E. Walker III
Over 125 Clergy Renew Vows at Chrism Mass
Every year on the Tuesday of Holy Week, clergy in the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island gather for Chrism Mass at the Cathedral of the Incarnation.
First Annual Long Island Early Music Festival Launches this Spring at Cathedral
A new festival featuring music from the Middle Ages, Renaissance, and Baroque periods is set to premiere its first season at the Cathedral of the Incarnation in Garden City this spring.
Tom Bair to perform St. Mark's Gospel at Cathedral
On Friday April 7th at 7:30pm, actor Tom Bair will bring his critically acclaimed performance of St. Mark’s Gospel to the Cathedral of the Incarnation. In just two hours, Bair will recite the nearly sixteen thousand words of St. Mark’s Gospel. Not only a feat of memorization, reviews call it a “riveting journey” through the text. Admission is free.