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An Invitation to Participate in RenewalWorks
Episcopal Dioceseof Long Island |
05/17/2018 |
00:06:59
The Rev. Jay Sidebotham and the Rev. Canon Claire Woodley introduce the RenewalWorks program and how it can transform parishes in the Diocese of Long Island.
Cornerstone Celebration at St. Stephen & St. Martin's Episcopal Church in Brooklyn - May 5, 2018
Episcopal Dioceseof Long Island |
05/14/2018 |
00:10:51
St. Stephen and St. Martin’s Episcopal Church in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, celebrated the blessing of their new cornerstone on Saturday, May 5. The is the first church to be built in the Diocese of Long Island in 28 years and is the result of an innovative partnership with Pericles Noticas of Notias Construction of Flushing, NY, and with architect Shaneekua Henry of SLM Architecture, P.C. The partnership came after years of seeking options to rebuild their old building. Since the groundbreaking in 2015, the congregation has been worshiping in the basement of another church nearby. The new church building will be dedicated on September 8 and hold its first services the next day on September. At the cornerstone celebration, warden Althea Buckner said, “We’re anticipating [the opening] with bated breath. We’re almost there…it’ll be a very special moment.”
March for Our Lives Update on April 12 from Canon Myra Garnes
Episcopal Dioceseof Long Island |
04/12/2018 |
00:02:32
Mother Julie Hoplamazian marches in support of sanctuary on Maundy Thursday
Episcopal Dioceseof Long Island |
03/29/2018 |
00:01:27
Bishop Provenzano reflects on pilgrimage to March for Our Lives
Episcopal Dioceseof Long Island |
03/26/2018 |
00:01:26
18 youth and several clergy and lay leaders from the Diocese of Long Island traveled to Washington, D.C. on pilgrimage to the March for our Lives rally. The group attended the interfaith vigil at the Washington National Cathedral on Friday, March 23 and then attended the rally on the Capitol.
Sara Noel reflection on vigil at Washington National Cathedral
Episcopal Dioceseof Long Island |
03/26/2018 |
00:00:52
Sara was one of 18 youth from the Diocese of Long Island who traveled to Washington, D.C. on pilgrimage to the March for our Lives rally. The young people, along with several clergy and lay leaders from the diocese, attended the interfaith vigil at the Washington National Cathedral on Friday, March 23 and then attended the rally on the Capitol on Saturday, March 24.
Breanna Clarke from St. George's, Brooklyn, reflects on March for our Lives rally
Episcopal Dioceseof Long Island |
03/26/2018 |
00:00:53
Breanna was one of 18 youth along with several clergy and lay leaders from the Diocese of Long Island who traveled to Washington, D.C. on pilgrimage to the March for our Lives rally.
Wentao Zhao from St. George's, Flushing before March for Our Lives rally
Episcopal Dioceseof Long Island |
03/26/2018 |
00:00:38
Wentao was one of 18 youth and several clergy and lay leaders from the Diocese of Long Island who traveled to Washington, D.C. on pilgrimage to the March for our Lives rally.
Mia Ver Pault from Cathedral of the Incarnation reflects on March for Our Lives rally
Episcopal Dioceseof Long Island |
03/26/2018 |
00:00:47
Mia was one of 18 youth and several clergy and lay leaders from the Diocese of Long Island who traveled to Washington, D.C. on pilgrimage to the March for our Lives rally.
The Rev. Pauline Samuel preaches at the Celebration of Absalom Jones 2018
Episcopal Dioceseof Long Island |
02/16/2018 |
00:13:44
The Episcopal Diocese of Long Island celebrated the Feast of Absalom Jones on Saturday, February 10, 2018 at St. Augustine's Episcopal Church in Brooklyn. The celebration was co-sponsored and organized by the diocesan Black Clergy Caucus.
Ravi Ragbir Honored by the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island - Sunday, February 4, 2018
Episcopal Dioceseof Long Island |
02/06/2018 |
00:15:14
Ravi Ragbir, an internationally known leader of the immigrant-rights movement in the United States and executive director of the New Sanctuary Coalition was named an ecumenical canon for immigration work and honored with "The Bishop's Cross" by Bishop Provenzano of the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island at historic St. Ann & The Holy Trinity Church in Brooklyn Heights on Sunday, February 4, 2018.
L.I. Episcopal Church Leaders Join March for Immigrant Rights
Episcopal Dioceseof Long Island |
01/13/2018 |
00:10:30
Bishop Larry Provenzano and Bishop Gerry Wolf joined the Vicar for Community Justice Ministry, Mother Marie Tatro, and other clergy from the Diocese of Long Island at a rally yesterday, January 11, at Manhattan's Foley Square in support of immigrant rights and immigrant-rights advocate, Ravi Ragbir.