Episcopal Diocese of Rochester
Joy in Christ, a way of life


Partnering with Catholic Charities + video

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Bath, NY hosts Catholic Charities and their Turning Point monthly food truck.  Turning Point feeds over 100 households in Steuben County, which has a poverty rate of 15 percent.  Catholic Charities is grateful for the partnerships with St. Thomas, Foodlink and even the U.S. Navy to help curb the effects of poverty.  Click the video box to watch these partnerships in action.

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Mass of the Beloved

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

The Very Rev. William Daniel Jr., Ph.D. of St. Michaels Geneseo offered some wonderful music at our recent 88th Convention.  Here is a clip of the Mass of the Beloved, adapt. William Daniel and Ted Canning.  Enjoy!



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Nominees for clergy to serve on the Province II Council being accepted

Thursday, November 7, 2019

[November 2019] Nominees for clergy to serve an unexpired term on the Province II Council of the Episcopal Church are now being accepted. 


The Rev. Dahn Gandell, Province II president, noted, “There currently exists a vacancy for the clergy representative on Provincial Council.  I invite clergy interested in serving for the unexpired term to contact me.”

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Ordination of Elizabeth Harden

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

St. Luke's Brockport celebrated the Ordination of Elizabeth Brooks Harden to the Sacred Order of Priests.  Rev. Harden was Ordained by The Right Reverend Scott B. Hayashi, Eleventh Bishop of Utah, and Rt. Rev. Prince G. Singh was the Host and Receiving Bishop.  Welcome Rev. Harden, Priest in Charge at St. Luke's Brockport!

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Bishop's Address / Convention 88

Thursday, October 31, 2019

Convention 88

Bishop's Address  - Rt. Rev. Prince G. Singh

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A Partnership with our Diocese + video

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

For over 50 years, Sheen Housing has been an advocate for families, seniors, veterans and persons living with disabilities of all denominations and races who need housing repair assistance in maintaining their residences, elevating their quality of life and eliminating home hazards that threaten their health and safety.  The Episcopal Diocese of Rochester partners in this important community assistance through radical hospitality and thoughtful engagement related to justice, equal rights, and safe, decent, affordable, accessible housing.  Watch the video to see the results.

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