News & Publications
There are many ways to stay connected with us and aware of exciting things happening around the Diocese of RI. In addition to our publications below, you can connect with us on Facebook and Twitter. You can also check out Bishop Knisely’s page to hear him directly speak in tweets, posts and on his blog.
RISEN Magazine is our Diocesan News and Special Interest Magazine. We switched from a newspaper format to the current full color journal in 2007. By doing so, we have been able to focus our attention on producing a high-quality print periodical with staying power. It is something that people go to again and again for articles of interest and words of inspiration. Each issue is now focused around a central theme.
Diocesan eNews is our semi-monthly e-Newsletter from the Bishop’s office which highlights events and resources which support the work of our churches. (It is not the place for publicizing local parish events. Here are some tips on how to do that.) If you would like to receive the diocesan eNews, just sign up here.
Here is an archive of recent issues:
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Episcopal Cafe has published an interview with our own Archdeacon, the Ven. Janice Grinnell, as part of a series on the diaconate. You will find the interview here.
The United Thank Offering (UTO) has opened applications for 2020 grants, focused on projects that demonstrate the “bless” practice of the Way of Love: “Share faith, practice generosity and compassion, and proclaim the Good News of God in Christ with hope and humility.” Learn more about project eligibility and criteria here. Complete the required form […]
The Episcopal Peace Fellowship celebrated it’s 80th Anniversary with events at St Michael’s, Bristol, and at the Center for Reconciliation during the Veteran’s Day weekend. Read more about these events, and remarks by Bishop Knisely.
There have been some changes in the diocesan staff and in the staff of the Center for Reconciliation (CFR). We are welcoming Kristin Knudson-Groh to the diocesan staff and bidding God Speed and farewell to Elon Cook Lee. Kristin is joining my staff to serve as communications director in a moment when we’re in the […]
New Advent resources include digital invitation kits Your church can “Prepare the Way of Love this Advent” with a new digital invitation kit from the Episcopal Church. The kit is part of a wide range of Advent and Christmas resources available here that include an updated “Journeying the Way of Love” Advent calendar and curriculum, […]
The bishops of Province One are excited to announce the call of the Rev Dr. Lynda Tyson to be the new dean of the Province One School for Deacons. Dean Tyson will begin her ministry on Nov. 1, 2019. She is a priest in the Episcopal Church in Connecticut (ECCT) and formerly Coordinator of the […]
Responding As Hurricane Dorian Continues North Web Statement from Episcopal Relief & Development September 4, 2019 Episcopal Relief & Development continues to support dioceses in the path of Hurricane Dorian as the storm slowly moves north along the eastern coast of the United States. As of Wednesday morning, September 4, Hurricane Dorian has moved past […]
If you receive an email that appears to be from the Bishop, or your clergy person, asking you to take some kind of unusual action – click a link or download an attachment you didn’t request, wire money to a specified account, purchase gift cards and reply with the serial numbers, or simply to reply quickly, watch out – it could be a form of email “phishing” known as “whaling.”
Christ is Risen! The Lord is Risen Indeed! Alleluia! And because he lives, everything in the universe is re-made and exists now in the light of God’s presence. This video presents my reflection for this Easter.
Epiphany began its Episcopal ministry in the Rumford section of East Providence in 1944, known then as St. Michael and All Angels. In the years since, Grace Episcopal in the Phillipsdale neighborhood of East Providence (1990) and St. Martin’s in Pawtucket (2007) merged with St. Michael’s, and today we are known as Church of the […]