Newsday: On Long Island, 2021's day of renewal brings new hope for Easter celebrants
The Rev. Lynn A. Collins of St John The Evangelist Episcopal Church in Lynbrook said it is important to "keep up the love of God in these times of being isolated," even if that means Zoom calls for Easter 2021. Note: This article is only available with a Newsday subscription.
An Easter message of heartbreak and hope: Newsday Op-Ed by Bishop Provenzano
"This Easter, though there is much work to be done and while we still mourn everything and everyone we lost this past year, I feel profoundly grateful for the resilience and grace of all those whose faith and prayers helped us see the possibility of new life."
NY1 Noticias: Pequeña alacena -'Tiny Pantry', le llaman- que sirve a adultos mayores en Bushwick
"Hay mucha gente que, especialmente la renta no les alcanza para pagar, y la comida está muy cara...No tengo que tocar puertas, nada más me acerco, si veo algo, bien", dijo Abelar. Y es que la iglesia episcopal Bushwick Abbey colocó esta alacena y organiza a sus voluntarios para que continuamente la estén surtiendo. Hoy le tocó el turno a A.J., quien de niño sufrió falta de comida en su familia.
Newsday: Mo. Marie Tatro speaks to Easter message in time of global crisis
This year, our ascent out of a cold, dark winter carries many more connotations than merely a new season on the calendar with warmer, longer days. On Easter morning, Jesus’ followers around the world will shout, "The Lord is risen indeed! Let us rejoice and be glad in it!" And speaking for myself, this year I’ll feel more viscerally that I, too, am leaving the cold, dark tomb, right by his side.' Note: This article is only available with a Newsday subscription.
The Chrism Mass - Tuesday March 30, 2021 at 11 am
Click on headline for livestream video from the Cathedral of the Incarnation.
Zion Episcopal Church Aims to Forgive $1,000,000 in Unpayable Medical Debt
Zion Episcopal Church has partnered with the non-profit RIP Medical Debt in a campaign to forgive $1,000,000 in medical bills weighing on the most vulnerable.
Statement from Bishop Provenzano on Anti-Asian Violence
As followers of Jesus — especially in our immensely diverse corner of God’s vineyard — it is our responsibility to recognize and interrupt the forces that divide the children of God. Our Scripture and teachings command that we welcome the stranger and see the image of God in the face of every human being.
On-Demand Video: Absalom Jones Celebration - Sat, Feb. 13 at 11 am
Bishop Lawrence Provenzano, presiding; Canon Lynn Collins, preaching.
Reflection on Martin Luther King, Jr. from Bp. Provenzano
"The Church must be the Church. The way of peace must be realized in the faithful actions of those who recognize the truth of the Gospel of love and live it in the midst of this sinful and broken world."