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Beloved | Marycelis’ Story

Beloved | Marycelis’ Story

Marycelis’ story of being known as Beloved is one of leaving her home in Puerto Rico to come to the mainland. And in that time she would face many things including domestic abuse and homelessness. But during that time, Marycelis had faith God would see her through and make a rainbow out of her storm. God did. This is her Beloved story.

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For Faith Devotionals

Difference Making

The difference between the devil and Jesus is that Jesus kept worshipping God through the temptations, the silence, and the suffering. That always makes the difference.


If we will be “attentive” to the life and teachings of Jesus Christ like “a lamp shining in a dark place…,” then we will find our way through the myths and deceptions of this world, back to ourselves, and the truth of the glory of God.


Jesus has prescribed that while we aren’t guaranteed full restoration with a brother or sister, when we commit ourselves to the ministry of reconciliation, we demonstrate the love of God.

Bishop Wright’s Podcast

For People, is a conversation in which Bishop Rob Wright meets listeners at the crossroads of faith and life to explore the challenges of an ever-changing world. Listen in to find out how he expands on For Faith, drawing inspiration from the life of Jesus to answer 21st-century questions.

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For People Welcomes Teresa Brown Fry

For People Welcomes Teresa Brown Fry

This episode featres a real conversation focused on how Christians find hope in times when some find none. They take up where the church has a responsibility to respond to community tragedy and name steps to make sure we don’t push comfort over change.

Upcoming Events

We Are Complicit: The Diocese Apologizes for the Endurance of Slavery

The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine 1047 Amsterdam Avenue, Manhattan, NY The Bishop of New York invites you to join him and the people of the Episcopal Diocese of New York in a solemn Service of Apology for the participation […]

We challenge ourselves and the world to love like Jesus as we worship joyfully, serve compassionately, and grow spiritually.

“Whoever you are, God seeks a relationship with you. Peace is within reach. Healing is within reach. Love is within reach. Don’t be afraid to bring your questions, heartaches, doubts and joys. It’s a great time to be part of God’s church.”

— Bishop Rob Wright