Brooklyn Daily Eagle: Brooklyn Heights’ historic St. Ann and Holy Trinity Church gets $250K grant from national program
The funds will be used to restore the church's tower.
Profiles in Leadership: Cn. Audley Donaldson and Fr. Rick Simpson
This is a new series of profiles of leaders in the Diocese of Long Island, beginning with some of the clergy who recently retired or transitioned in or out of the diocese. Future profiles will feature both lay and clergy leaders who are involved in the many diverse ministries of our parishes and other mission locations.
100 People Across Diocese Participate in Sacred Ground Program, Reflect on How to Move Forward
St. John's Episcopal Hospital Announces Fire Recovery and Resiliency Fund
On Friday, September 10, 2021, a two-alarm fire raged on the rooftop of St. John’s Episcopal Hospital, causing damage to the roof and the 11th and 10th patient floors. As the hospital carries out efforts to rebuild affected areas, you can help by making a donation online at ehs.org/firefund.
Update on St. John's Hospital and Reflections on Anniversary of 9/11
Bishop Provenzano offers an update following the fire at St. John's Hospital on Sep 10 and reflects on his experience of Sep 11.
Canon Claire Woodley Announces Two Projects Aimed at Understanding Systemic Racism in the Diocese of Long Island
Canon Woodley launched two videos introducing clergy and lay leaders to two new and different projects aimed at understanding the history of systemic racism in the Diocese of Long Island. Click on the headline for the full announcement and videos on the Congregational Support website.
Despite Pandemic Challenges, Episcopal Diocese of Long Island Celebrates Largest Single Ordination in over 30 years
Carl C. Adair, Joseph Lawrence Cundiff, IV, John Marsden Hunt, Prisca Juyoung Lee-Pae, James E. Reiss, Liselotte Carr Rivera, and Lu Zhang are the newest priests of the diocese. Video of the service and bios of the new ordinands are available by clicking on the headline.
Vaccination Mandate for Staff and Clergy of the Diocese of Long Island
Vaccinations will be mandatory for all staff members of the bishop's office, affiliated diocesan organizations, and all clergy of the Diocese of Long Island effective Wednesday, September 15, 2021.
Video Message from Bp. Provenzano: The Future of St. Joseph's, Queens Village
"My commitment to all of you...is that we're going to continue our mission in Queens Village. We're going to continue to support vigorously the congregation of St. Joseph's and its life in the next 100 years and its presence as an outpost of the Diocese of Long Island in Queens Village."
R.I.P. The Rt. Rev. Robert Campbell Witcher, sixth bishop of the Diocese of Long Island
A memorial service will be held at the Cathedral of the Incarnation in the coming weeks.