The Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut

Participating in God's Mission

We are home to about 60,000 people in 157 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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Black Lives Matter Resources & Organizations to SupportBlack Lives Matter

Here is a list of resources and organizations to support both financially and through petitions. It is an ever-growing list curated by ECCT's Racial Justice Resource Coordinator, Kelli Ray Gibson.
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LIVING WITH COVID-19 Protocols and Directions for Clergy and Vestries in ECCTA letter from your bishops of the Episcopal Church in Connecticut discussing the protocols and directions for clergy and vestries regarding COVID-19 and the "re-opening" of state of Connecticut. Read more
“We Cannot Be Silent”From the bishops of ECCT: "We must not let the realities of COVID-19 distract us from speaking out against, and working to dismantle, the forces of racism and white supremacy that continue to infect our lives and our nation. It is that very inaction and silence that feed into the legacy of white supremacy. Silence is complicity and we must not participate in the forces of evil that divide us." Read the statement
Reflections during COVID-19 - blogRead some reflections from fellow ECCT folks on their experience with COVID-19, this new-normal, what they are learning, and where they see God in all of this. Please submit your reflections (under 600 words) to Read the latest blog post here
COVID - 19 (Coronavirus) Updates and ResourcesSee all updates, event statuses, and resources involving ECCT and the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) virus. This page will be continually updated as new information becomes available. Read More
ZOOM Call for Clergy & Wardens with the BishopsEvery Wednesday morning clergy and lay leadership are welcome to join a conversation with Bishop Ian T. Douglas and Bishop Laura J. Ahrens to discuss resources during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Link available here