Hundreds Flock to Annual Strawberry Festival at Zion, Douglaston
The annual festival drew hundreds of visitors to enjoy fresh strawberries, strawberry ice cream and their signature strawberry shortcake. Some of the raised money goes to support Zion’s “Rhythms of Grace” program, a church service designed especially for autistic children.
Invitation to Honor Anniversary of the Death of Father Percival Brown
On Sunday, July 2 at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Miami, there will be a celebration of the life of the Rev. Percival Brown following the 10 am service.
Video News Comments: Brooklyn Clergy at Brooklyn Pride 2017
The Rev. Marie Tatro and the Rev. John DeNaro comment on the important role of the Church at Pride events.
Pentecost Celebration Unites Flushing Deanery
270 parishioners gathered outside from four parishes in the Flushing Deanery to celebrate Pentecost together.
Episcopalians worship in the shadow of Parish of St. Agnes Cathedral in Rockville Centre
Long Island Herald writer Ben Strack, profiles Church of the Ascension in Rockville Centre and what it is like to worship and gather next to the large Roman Catholic Cathedral across the street.
Video News: St. John’s Hosts Presentation on Effective Opioid Addiction Treatment
Over 100 people filled the parish hall on May 15 at St. John's for the presentation, "What Works: Practices for Reversing the Epidemic of Opioid Addiction & Overdose".
New vicar will lead two North Fork churches
“I feel at this stage a bit like an anthropologist. I’m exploring and learning about the cultures and seeing what the larger needs are in the community and how the churches can meet those needs,” said Joslin in this profile in the Suffolk Times by Kelly Zegers.
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.
Video Feature: Meet Chaplain Isaias Ginson
Since November 2016, the Rev. Isaias Ginson has been a chaplain with Protestant Campus Ministry at Stony Brook University. On Ash Wednesday 2017, the Office of Communication Ministry sat with Fr. Ginson to talk about how he came to the Diocese of Long Island and his hopes for his future ministry at Stony Brook.
Fr. Charlie McCarron Weighs in on Immigration
In a Shelter Island Reporter article, Father Charlie McCarron of St. Mary's speaks about being the child of an undocumented immigrant and his ministry reaching out to immigrant communities.