Covid on (and Off) Campus

How do we tell the story of a pandemic that divided us into separate rooms in scattered cities, defined by different stories, but linked by the hum of monitors and Zoom? One of the best ways is also the most illuminating: we tell all our stories by listening to each other, attending to one story…

Read More »

Developing The Next Generation of Leaders

As we emerge from the pandemic’s effects on us as a diocese, it has become a critical priority to reimagine old ways of being faithful. The past 1 ½ years have deeply challenged the ways we do “church,” what it means to worship, and what it means to be in community with one another as…

Read More »

Kelly Latimore: Iconographer of a New Imago Dei

Any lingering ideas we might hold about artists who paint — or, more precisely, write — icons quickly disappear when we meet iconographer Kelly Latimore and his large body of work. The affable 34-year-old suburban Chicago native (now living and working in St. Louis) does not align with the image of an elderly monk bent…

Read More »

In The Current Issue

The Journey

Read Article

Palm Sunday Hospitality with 10- and 11-Year-Olds

Read Article

Mission of Our Youth: Poverty in New York

Read Article

A Sunday School Pandemic Journal

Read Article

Prayers from Our Hearts

Read Article

Confirmands Get Creative

Read Article

Introducing Rev. Kevin W. VanHook, II, the New Executive Director of Episcopal Charities

Read Article

Video Hit: St. James’ children’s ministries series Did You Know?

Read Article

Chrysalis

Read Article

Seeing Past the Horizon

Read Article

Hacer espacio para dejar que los niños nos guíen

Read Article

Make Space to Let the Children Lead Us

Read Article

ACT: 50 Years and Looking Forward

Read Article

¡De vuelta a la escuela!

Read Article

Back to School!

Read Article

We Need All Ages

Read Article

Jonathan Daniels Pilgrims Reflect

Read Article

When I Was a Child: The Beginnings of Faith

Read Article

Arts Education Amidst a Pandemic

Read Article

New Youth Grantmaking Board at Christ’s Church, Rye

Read Article

Breath of Freedom: Rural and Migrant Ministry’s Summer Overnight Leadership Camp

Read Article

Grace Year: In Preparation for Leadership for the Common Good

Read Article

Un niño y un milagro

Read Article

A Child and a Miracle

Read Article

Are We Teaching Our Children How to Live?

Read Article

Bishops' Messages

Make Space to Let the Children Lead Us

Bishop Andrew ML Dietsche

A Child and a Miracle

Back to School!

Diocesan and Parish News

Bishop’s Staff Full Time Return to Close Delay to Nov 1

September 1, 2021

The Bishop’s staff, which has been working partly in the office and partly from home since early July, will return to working five days a week in the diocesan offices starting in November. This represents…

Read More

Voices Heard: A Diocese Explores Pathways Toward Reparations

August 25, 2021

The diocesan Reparations Committee sponsored a series of well-attended webinars in May, June, and July including: Equal Education Denied: The Legacy of Segregated Housing Systemic Racism and Medical Apartheid Reaching for a Better Tomorrow: “The…

Read More

Episcopal Charities Receives $1 Million Anonymous Donation

August 25, 2021

Episcopal Charities recently received a $1 million anonymous donation—the largest single gift in its history. The gift will be used to grow the organization’s endowment to build long-term organizational capacity as well as support new…

Read More

2021 Wardens’ Conference: Presentations and Recorded Sessions

August 25, 2021

After a pandemic-induced hiatus in 2020, the Warden’s Conference returned for 2021 via Zoom with a strong lineup of well-attended presentations, delivered over two weekday evenings and a Saturday morning in early June. All sessions…

Read More

Episcopal Futures Learning Communities Launched at Pentecost

August 25, 2021

Episcopal Futures, which launched on the Day of Pentecost (May 23), is a new diocesan initiative for collaborative transformation of congregations in the Diocese of New York. All congregations in the diocese are invited to apply…

Read More

Diocesan Protocols for Covid 19 Now Mirror Those of the State of New York

August 25, 2021

In an email communication replacing all previous statements of diocesan protocols and policies regarding reopening of churches in the diocese, Bishop Dietsche wrote May 27 to state that he would no longer impose Covid-related restrictions…

Read More

New Executive Director for Episcopal Charities

August 25, 2021

Rev. Kevin W. VanHook, II, who previously served as minister of justice, advocacy and change at the Riverside Church, took up his position at the head of Episcopal Charities on May 10, 2021. An ordained…

Read More

“Hybrid” Diocesan Convention Planned for 2021

August 25, 2021

Subject to the safety caveats to which we’ve grown accustomed, the main business of the 245th Convention of the Episcopal Diocese of New York—for which the theme this year is “Your Faith Has Made You…

Read More

Pennoyer Appointed Head of Grace Church School

August 25, 2021

The Episcopal New Yorker is delighted to record the appointment of long-time editorial advisory board member the Rev. Robert M. Pennoyer II to be the next head of school at Grace Church School in Manhattan,…

Read More

PPP Loans: Reminder to Congregations to Apply for Loan Forgiveness if You Qualify

August 25, 2021

Do You Qualify? If your congregation received one or more Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loans, it should qualify* for full loan forgiveness if, during the 8- to 24-week covered period following loan disbursement: Employee and compensation…

Read More

Bishops' Messages

Make Space to Let the Children Lead Us

Bishop Andrew ML Dietsche

A Child and a Miracle

Back to School!

In The Current Issue

We Must Respond to the Call for Change

Read Article

James Parks Morton: A Remembrance

Read Article

Racism is a Virus

Read Article

El Agua Viva de la Justicia

Read Article

The Living Water of Justice

Read Article

Beloved Community Cannot be Faked

Read Article

Knee on My Neck: Slavery’s Ghost

Read Article

Light in the Darkness

Read Article

Passage

Read Article

Episcopalian Salvation

Read Article

A Southern Childhood

Read Article

Faith is Always There to Sustain Us

Read Article

Diocesan and Parish News

Bishop’s Staff Full Time Return to Close Delay to Nov 1

The Bishop’s staff, which has been working partly in the office and partly from home since early July, will return to working five days a week in the diocesan offices starting in November. This represents…

Read More

Voices Heard: A Diocese Explores Pathways Toward Reparations

The diocesan Reparations Committee sponsored a series of well-attended webinars in May, June, and July including: Equal Education Denied: The Legacy of Segregated Housing Systemic Racism and Medical Apartheid Reaching for a Better Tomorrow: “The…

Read More

Episcopal Charities Receives $1 Million Anonymous Donation

Episcopal Charities recently received a $1 million anonymous donation—the largest single gift in its history. The gift will be used to grow the organization’s endowment to build long-term organizational capacity as well as support new…

Read More

2021 Wardens’ Conference: Presentations and Recorded Sessions

After a pandemic-induced hiatus in 2020, the Warden’s Conference returned for 2021 via Zoom with a strong lineup of well-attended presentations, delivered over two weekday evenings and a Saturday morning in early June. All sessions…

Read More

Episcopal Futures Learning Communities Launched at Pentecost

Episcopal Futures, which launched on the Day of Pentecost (May 23), is a new diocesan initiative for collaborative transformation of congregations in the Diocese of New York. All congregations in the diocese are invited to apply…

Read More

Diocesan Protocols for Covid 19 Now Mirror Those of the State of New York

In an email communication replacing all previous statements of diocesan protocols and policies regarding reopening of churches in the diocese, Bishop Dietsche wrote May 27 to state that he would no longer impose Covid-related restrictions…

Read More

New Executive Director for Episcopal Charities

Rev. Kevin W. VanHook, II, who previously served as minister of justice, advocacy and change at the Riverside Church, took up his position at the head of Episcopal Charities on May 10, 2021. An ordained…

Read More

“Hybrid” Diocesan Convention Planned for 2021

Subject to the safety caveats to which we’ve grown accustomed, the main business of the 245th Convention of the Episcopal Diocese of New York—for which the theme this year is “Your Faith Has Made You…

Read More

Pennoyer Appointed Head of Grace Church School

The Episcopal New Yorker is delighted to record the appointment of long-time editorial advisory board member the Rev. Robert M. Pennoyer II to be the next head of school at Grace Church School in Manhattan,…

Read More

PPP Loans: Reminder to Congregations to Apply for Loan Forgiveness if You Qualify

Do You Qualify? If your congregation received one or more Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loans, it should qualify* for full loan forgiveness if, during the 8- to 24-week covered period following loan disbursement: Employee and compensation…

Read More