Video: Sacred Ground participants reunite to reflect and discern next steps
Participants and facilitators of the 2021 Lenten diocesan-wide program gathered Sunday, October 17 at the Cathedral of the Incarnation in Garden City.
On anniversary of George Floyd’s murder, Episcopalians invited to remembrance, action
In keeping with the vision of Becoming Beloved Community, The Episcopal Church offers three ways this week to commemorate the one-year anniversary of George Floyd’s murder and to participate in reflections and action steps:
ON LOCATION REPORT from the Rev. Karen Campbell
Writing from "Witness at Tornillo" along the Texas border
Nov 7 and Nov 10 - "Reading, Writing and Reckoning" Workshop Series Begins
Diocese celebrates the Feast of Absalom Jones in Brooklyn
The celebration at St. Augustine's in Brooklyn drew clergy and lay people from every county of the diocese in commemoration of Absalom Jones, the abolitionist and first African-American ordained a priest in The Episcopal Church.
Video News: L.I. Episcopal Church Leaders Join March for Immigrant Rights
Bishop Provenzano says that those in the church will need to continue to be "put at personal risk" on behalf of immigrants.
St. George’s in Brooklyn kicks off series of conversations about racial justice
Over 50 people, including several from neighboring parishes, joined the kick-off event on Monday, October 30.