Mobile Soup Kitchen a Vehicle for Change in Brooklyn
All Saint's, Park Slope, Hosting Forum on Christian Responses to Evil
[courtesy of The Brooklyn Eagle] This topic, which has fascinated the Rev. Steven Paulikas for a long time, has become more urgent in the wake of shootings and other violent attacks against people across the U.S., and a particularly acrimonious Presidential election year. The forum will take place Thursday, Dec. 8 from 7 pm to 9 pm.
St. Bartholomew's welcomes elected officials to community Thanksgiving Dinner
A slate of local elected officials joined over 200 community members and 90 volunteers at St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church in Brooklyn for a Thanksgiving meal.
Registration Open for Episcopal Youth Event 2017
The event, which brings Episcopal youth together from around the world, will take place July 10-14, 2017 in Oklahoma City.
Bishop Provenzano Issues Pastoral Letter
The letter regarding the work of the Racial Justice and Reconciliation Commission is to be read at all liturgies on the first Sunday of Advent.
St. Philip's, Dyker Heights, collects toys and 300 lbs of food for donation
Resources for Advent 2016
The Episcopal News Services has collected Advent resources from The Episcopal Church, ChurchNext, and the Society of Saint John the Evangelist.
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Celebrates Opening of New Child Care Center in Roslyn
ROSLYN, NY – A ribbon cutting ceremony celebrated the opening of the new Trinity Episcopal Church Roslyn Childcare Center (www.trinitychild.org) on Sunday, Nov. 6th, with many members of the community turning out for the event.
Camp DeWolfe kicks off 70th Anniversary Celebrations
On November 11th Camp DeWolfe officially launched its 70th Anniversary Celebrations at the Diocese of Long Island’s 150th Convention at the Melville Marriott. Seven celebratory events, have been planned to mark this special year in the camp's history.
Following the way of Jesus: Statement from Presiding Bishop Michael Curry
"We believe that 'the Episcopal Church welcomes you' – all of you, not as merely a church slogan, but as a reflection of what we believe Jesus teaches us and at the core of the movement he began in the first century."