Diocese of Albany
The Beaver Cross Ministry Internship is a residential program framed to help young adults aged 18-25 live as disciples of Jesus while carrying out The Great Commission with their whole lives. This internship gives young adults an opportunity to thrive in their gifts and talents and use them to serve and build The Kingdom of God.This program is a blend of corporate prayer, worship, formal teaching/training, and hands on experience. Every aspect of the internship is intentionally designed with the aim of helping young adults grow personally, professionally, and in their relationship with Jesus, all in the context of a supportive Christian community. Find out more >
The Diocese of Haiti
Right now, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is considering whether or not to extend Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Haitians in the United States.
The current Temporary Protected Status for Haiti is set to expire on July 22, 2017. The Episcopal Public Policy Network is encouraging everyone to call Secretary Kelly and the White House to let them know that you support extending TPS for vulnerable Haitians. Find out more >
The Diocese of New York
Diocese of the Virgin Islands
St. John's Episcopal Church Restoration Committee is committed to the preservation and restoration of one of St. Croix's Landmark buildings. The St. John’s Church Restoration Project is a comprehensive undertaking, encompassing the church, Sunday School building, rectory, churchyard (cemetery) and grounds. Find out more >
Diocese of Central New York
“It is God who has brought us to this place.” A Sudanese community leader reflects on the journey to Syracuse.Abraham Deng is a member of the vestry of St. Paul’s Church in Syracuse. Having come to Syracuse as a refugee from Sudan, Mr. Deng is a leader of the Sudanese congregation at St. Paul’s Church. Read the article >
The Diocese of Long Island
Video News: Community Leaders, Students Vow to Take Action Against Opioid Epidemic - Bishop Provenzano and several other clergy from the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island joined over 1,200 community leaders and students at St. Anthony's High School for a forum focused on combating the opioid epidemic on Long Island on April 26 .
The Diocese of Newark
Senior Moments: Transitioning from driver to passenger - We’ve all seen it – the little old lady who can barely see over the steering wheel, the old man who drives 5 miles down the highway with his blinker on, or the headlines proclaiming another senior citizen has confused gas pedal and brake pedal, and has driven into a building. Read the whole article by Patty Watts >
The Diocese of Rochester
Farmworkers Albany Day: Tue, May 23
Farmworker Albany Day (FAD) is an annual day of protest where advocates, farm worker supporters, and workers from different parts of the New York State converge on the state capitol to call for basic labor and human rights for New York State farm workers. Read more >
The Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe
The Council of Advice recently appointed the Strategic Plan Committee for the Convocation. They are pleased to report that the Committee represents a good cross-section of the Convocation, with members from five countries, and a wide variety of gifts, experiences, and backgrounds, in small missions as well as larger parishes. The responsibility of this committee is to create a Strategic Plan for the Convocation which will become the basis of the Profile for the search for a new Bishop — and the new Bishop’s guide to where to lead the Convocation in the next few years.
The Diocese of New Jersey
Christ Church, Woodbury blesses area firefighters - Christ Episcopal Church honored those who are first responders in times of emergency with a blessing of trucks and equipment on Sunday, May 7th, commemorating the feast of St. Florian, the patron saint of firefighters. Read more >
The Diocese of Western New York
U.S., Canada police agencies to honor officers killed on duty - Law enforcement personnel who died in the line of duty will be honored at 7 p.m.Wednesday, May 17, at the 20th annual Niagara Interfaith Chaplaincy Police Memorial Service. The service will take place at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 400 Ridge St., Lewiston. Read more >