Episcopal House Staff Opening: Administrative Assistant (part-time)

Episcopal House Staff Opening: Administrative Assistant (part-time)

A new way to "sing the Lord's song": Blessings to Go

Bishop Beckwith on engaging the world with "Blessings to Go"

Lay Conversation with the Bishop

You're invited to a Lay Conversation with the Bishop

AIDing the Cause

First-person feature: An alternative spring break "AIDing the Cause"

Reviewing the ministry of the Bishop - and of Episcopal House

On the Bishop's blog: "Reviewing the ministry of the Bishop - and of Episcopal House"

Spong Lectureship: James H. Cone

Spong Lectureship speaker: James H. Cone, author of "The Cross and the Lynching Tree," April 26


On Good Friday, April 18, Bishop Mark Beckwith will participate in two public Stations of the Cross processions as four congregations “take the altar into the world” to focus attention on issues that challenge or enliven their communities.

At 9:30 a.m. the clergy and members of the three Jersey City congregations – St. Paul’s in Bergen, Church of the Incarnation and Grace Church Van Vorst – will start at the intersection of Clinton and Bergen Avenues and visit fourteen street corners that have been the sites of violent crimes. At 3 p.m. Christ Church in Bloomfield/Glen Ridge will hold a procession to locations in their two communities where they feel Christ is present, both in need and in hope.


With sadness we share with you the news of the passing of William Louis "Bill" Heick, 88, on Tuesday, April 8, 2014. Bill served the Diocese of Newark in many areas with commitment, passion and energy.

A memorial service will be held at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 29 Hillview Ave. in Morris Plains, on Saturday, April 26, 2014, at 10 a.m. Interment will follow immediately after the ceremony at Restland Memorial Park in East Hanover. Afterward, there will be a repast at St. Paul's Episcopal Church.


Saturday, April 5 was a busy day in the Diocese of Newark, with educational events on Stewardship and Latino/Hispanic ministry drawing attendees from throughout the diocese.