The Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut

Participating in God's Mission

We are home to about 60,000 people in 168 parishes. Together, we are a community devoted to participating in and understanding our roles within God's mission. Wherever you are on your faith journey, we invite you to learn more about us, to worship with us, and to join us!

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Season of Racial Healing, Justice, and ReconciliationClergy and lay parish delegates at ECCT's 2018 Annual Convention voted to enter a Season of Racial Healing, Justice, and Reconciliation of at least two years, and named the second Sunday in February as a day to start a conversation in parishesLearn more; get resources
Joining Jesus in a New Missional AgeThe Episcopal Church in Connecticut has started a collaborative initiative to support parishes and Regions in spiritual formation and raising financial resourcesRead more in this media release from Jan 15, 2019
A most unusual altarAn architect-designed altar made to look like books is back at Trinity on the Green in New Haven after 150+ years. The altar was designed in 1815 by Ithiel Town, architect for Trinity’s second, and current, building. Town’s personal library included over 11,000 volumes. That made him, said Peg Chambers, a Trinity historian and architect herself, “the perfect architect for the job of designer/builder of our new altar for our new church.”

But the story of the book-altar really begins with two tablets...
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Coffee Hour at The Commons Podcast!Coffee Hour at The Commons is a podcast brought to you by your hosts Karin & Alli. It is a podcast where faith meets daily life in conversations, stories, and even sermons. New episodes on Friday! Listen to the latest episode!