Bishop Provenzano's Address from the 155th Convention
The 155th Convention of the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island took place on Saturday, November 13. For the second year in a row, the convention met "virtually".
Video and Transcript of Bishop Provenzano's Address to the 154th Diocesan Convention
Full Video of the 154th Diocesan Convention
Click on the headline to be brought to the on-demand video of the entire proceedings of the 154th Diocesan Convention, held on Saturday, Nov 14, 2020.
154th Convention of the Diocese of Long Island: Latest Info and Links
Diocese of Long Island Designates Funds for Reparations and Relief Efforts
Estimated half-million dollars to be reserved for a plan of reparations; $250,000 sent to ministries across the world in 2019.
VIDEO: Bishop Provenzano's address to the 153rd Convention
"The world needs the church to be the church. The people from the Brooklyn Bridge to Montauk Point and beyond, need our witness, our ministry, our faithful prayer and teaching. We need each other, bound together in love—a people confronting and resolving conflicts, trusting one another, healing broken hearts and teaching a broken world the way of love in Jesus Christ."
Bob Fardella, Chancellor of the Diocese of Long Island Honored by the Bishop and Cathedral for 27 years of Service
Bishop Provenzano announced establishment of endowed scholarship at Adelphi in Chancellor Fardella's honor; Cathedral bestows "Dean's Cross". VIDEO: Reflections by Robert Fardella in conversation with Bishop Provenzano
Canon Charles Egleston Awarded Bishop's Cross
Bishop Provenzano presented Canon Egleston with the Bishop's Cross at the 153rd Convention.