If you would like to learn more about the Episcopal Church take a look at these sites.
·         You can find information at the Episcopal Church’s national website about who Episcopalians are, what we believe, and what we do.

·         You can also find information about The Episcopal Diocese of Central New York (our diocese) which extends from Alexandria Bay in the far north, to Wellsburg and Waverly, near the Pennsylvania state line in the south – from Marathon to the west and Utica to the east.

·         If you would like to keep posted on events in our diocese and find out what other Episcopal churches in the area are doing, you can sign up to receive the diocesan online newsletter The Messenger.” Go to The Episcopal Diocese of Central New York’s website at: http://www.cnyepiscopal.org and click on “e-Messenger Signup” on the right side of the page.

·         Our diocese also offers spiritual formation at The Compass Institute where you can see, discover, engage, and reflect on monthly posts. Area events with the Bishop and other church leaders are also offered through The Compass Institute.

·         Episcopal Peace Fellowship. We are a Peace Partner Parish “Following Jesus’Call for Peace. Connecting Episcopalians Doing Justice, Dismantling Violence and Striving to Be Peacemakers.”

 

·         Wisdom School is a place to learn more about Centering Prayer. "Utilizing the ancient practices of sacred reading, meditation, sacred movement and gesture, contemplative prayer, and sacred song—Wisdom schools have taught focused attention, recollection, mindfulness, present moment awareness, inner observation, non-possessiveness, inner honesty, non-identification, and surrender."

 

·         Episcopal Relief and Development is an “international relief and development agency and a compassionate response to human suffering on behalf of the Episcopal Church of the United States. Our work to heal a hurting world is guided by the principles of compassion, dignity and generosity.”

 

·         UnitedThank Offering (UTO) is a “ministry of the Episcopal Church for the mission of the whole church. Through United Thank Offering, men, women, and children nurture the habit of giving daily thanks to God. These prayers of thanksgiving start when we recognize and name our many daily blessings. Those who participate in UTO discover that thankfulness leads to generosity. United Thank Offering is entrusted to promote thank offerings, to receive the offerings, and to distribute the UTO monies to support mission and ministry throughout the Episcopal Church and in invited Provinces of the Anglican Communion in the developing world.”

 

·         The Episcopal Café, an “independent website, is a collaborative effort by more than two dozen writers and editors, and an ever-growing list of visual artists. Together, we aspire to create a visually appealing, intellectually stimulating, spiritually enriching and at least occasionally amusing site where Episcopalians and those interested in our church can read, watch, listen and reflect upon contemporary life in a context informed by faith and animated by the spirit of charity.”