Episcopal Diocese of Rochester
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Sale of 935 East Avenue

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Dear friends,

As the season changes and we approach Advent, I write to provide an update on the process of selling 935 East Avenue and our plans for a future move.

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The Rev. Andrea Stridiron Named Convention Secretary

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

The 85th Convention of the Episcopal Diocese of Rochester has confirmed the Rev. Andrea Stridiron to serve as Convention Secretary for the Diocese of Rochester. Appointed by Bishop Singh and Standing Committee, Stridiron also serves as deacon at St. Thomas', Rochester.

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Election Results - Convention 85

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Election results from Convention 85 are online!

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From Nightmare to Dream: Overcoming the Unholy Trinity of Poverty, Racism, and Violence

Sunday, November 6, 2016

On November 6, 2016, people from around the Rochester area gathered to discuss "the unholy trinity" of poverty, racism, and violence in our communities. A short documentary, featuring interviews of faith leaders and community members, was screened at the event. The documentary, along with full source interviews, can be found below. Filming and editing by Matthew Townsend/Episcopal Diocese of Rochester.

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The Rev. Troy Preston inducted as Christ Church Corning's rector

Friday, October 21, 2016

Christ Episcopal Church in Corning has appointed a Southern Tier native as its new rector.

The Rev. Troy Preston was formally inducted and ordained to the priesthood by the Rt. Rev. Prince G. Singh, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Rochester, on Oct. 2. More than 400 clergy and parishioners from throughout the diocese and from Corning-area churches of all faiths attended the service.

The Very Rev. David Hefling, rector of St. John’s Episcopal Church in Canandaigua, delivered the homily.

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Youth in Mission: Missionpalooza 2016!

Thursday, October 20, 2016

This summer fifteen youth from four different churches gathered together for a week of community service in the City of Rochester. The youth, in grades 6-12, spent time at different organizations, all with a different focus on addressing poverty in the city. We served at 540 West Main Street, St. Peter’s Soup Kitchen, St. Mark’s & St. John’s Episcopal Church, and Cameron Community Ministries.

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