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Cathedral Confirmations and Receptions

The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine 1047 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY, United States

The Rt. Rev. Mary Glasspool will officiate at this annual service. The liturgy will begin at 10:30 a.m., with the signing of certificates beforehand. Please note that all candidates for confirmation or reception have been registered with the Bishop's Office. Questions? Please contact Arlene Bullard via the contact information below.

Lay Eucharistic Minister Training (In Person)

The Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Chappaqua 191 S. Greeley Ave., Chappaqua, NY, United States

Registration is closed. For questions, please contact Arlene Bullard using the organizer contact information listed below. In preparation for licensing by Bishop Dietsche, participants will: Learn about the Holy Eucharist Learn how to serve as a Eucharistic Minister Have hands-on experience in what it means to serve in this licensed lay ministry Please note: This […]

Lay Eucharistic Visitor Training (Online)

Online NY, United States

The Eucharistic Visitor is a licensed lay ministry in the Episcopal Church. At the conclusion of Sunday worship, those who have been authorized to serve as Eucharistic Visitors take communion to fellow parishioners who are homebound or hospitalized. Has your priest, deacon or warden identified you as a member of the congregation who is called […]

Lay Eucharistic Visitor Training (Online)

Online NY, United States

The Eucharistic Visitor is a licensed lay ministry in the Episcopal Church. At the conclusion of Sunday worship, those who have been authorized to serve as Eucharistic Visitors take communion to fellow parishioners who are homebound or hospitalized. Has your priest, deacon or warden identified you as a member of the congregation who is called […]

Lay Eucharistic Minister (LEM) Training – In Person

Grace Church, Ossining 40 Ganung Drive, Ossining, NY, United States

In preparation for licensing by Bishop Dietsche, participants will: learn the history of the Holy Eucharist learn about serving as a Lay Eucharistic Minister learn the answers to various questions about the ministry learn to administer the chalice through hands-on experience Check-in will open at 9:30 a.m. and training will begin at 9:45. Deacons Dorothée […]

Lay Eucharistic Minister (LEM) Training – Manhattan – In Person

The Church of the Incarnation, Manhattan 209 Madison Ave., New York, NY, United States

At the Church of the Incarnation (details below) In preparation for licensing by Bishop Dietsche, participants will: learn the history of the Holy Eucharist learn about serving as a Lay Eucharistic Minister learn the answers to various questions about the ministry learn to administer the chalice through hands-on experience Check-in will open at 9:30 a.m. […]

Cathedral Confirmations and Receptions

The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine 1047 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY, United States

Parish clergy and lay leadership may register their candidates below.  If you are interested in being confirmed or received at the Cathedral, please consult your parish leadership.  Please do not register yourself. Questions? Please contact Arlene Bullard via the contact information below. The offering at this service supports the Young Adult ministries of the Episcopal […]

Lay Eucharistic Visitor Training (In Person)

St. Thomas Church, Manhattan 1 W. 53rd St., New York, NY, United States

The Eucharistic Visitor is a bishop-licensed lay ministry in the Episcopal Church. At the conclusion of Sunday worship, those who have been authorized to serve as Eucharistic Visitors take communion to fellow parishioners who are homebound or hospitalized. Has your priest, deacon or warden identified you as a member of the congregation who is called […]

Lay Eucharistic Visitor Training (Online)

Online NY, United States

The Eucharistic Visitor is a bishop-licensed lay ministry in the Episcopal Church. At the conclusion of Sunday worship, those who have been authorized to serve as Eucharistic Visitors take communion to fellow parishioners who are homebound or hospitalized. Has your priest, deacon or warden identified you as a member of the congregation who is called […]