Lay Conversation with the Bishop

You're invited to a Lay Conversation with the Bishop on November 20

Marching for the planet

On the NEWARK ACTS Interns' blog: "Marching for the planet"

Domestic violence: What can our churches do?

Canon Jacobs on "Domestic violence: What can our churches do?"

Steps to Wellness Conference

"Steps to Wellness" Conference for lay employees November 7

Building a Facebook Page for your church

New "Geek for God" Cliff Cernek on "Building a Facebook Page for your church"

Giving and creativity

Bishop Beckwith on "Giving and creativity"

Senior Ministries

"It's in giving that we receive." – Prayer of St. Francis

If there were a way to help others, feel great about yourself, and make a difference, at no cost to you, would you be interested? There is. If you haven’t yet tried it yet, it’s volunteering. And there are ways to keep the volunteering experience fresh and rewarding, so read on.

Bishop Beckwith's Blog

One of my deepest convictions has long been that we are called to work with God in the ongoing process of creation – which means that we are called to be creative. I used to think being creative was limited to being able to make something: a painting, a poem, a lasagna, a birdhouse. Something concrete, and infused with artistic expression. That is all part of it, but since many of us are hampered by the notion that we have little capacity for artistic expression, we feel that the opportunity to be creative has passed us by.

It hasn't.

"Geeks for God" Blog

People who are actively seeking a new church no longer turn to the newspapers or an advertisement on a placemat at a diner. The first stop for most people will be the internet – particularly your website and Facebook.


United Thank Offering (UTO) is a ministry of The Episcopal Church. Using UTO "Blue Boxes," men, women, and children nurture the habit of giving daily thanks for God's blessings.

In the News

[] St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, St. Catherine’s Catholic Church and King of Kings Lutheran Church Mountain Lakes, Community Church of Mountain Lakes, and St. John’s Episcopal Church in Boonton have joined forces to collect diapers, formula and other items for infants living in poor and low-income families.