The Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut

Office of Mission Communications & Media

The Office of Mission Communications & Media focuses its work around five central priorities: 

  • Direct diocesan communication strategy in service to the goal of full participation in God's mission by individuals, parishes, local Eucharistic communities, and the whole diocese;
  • Find and share stories and images of God’s mission and our struggles and joys to discern, engage, connect;
  • Provide and support platforms for communication (staff, bishops, groups, community, etc.) in existing and emerging media (print, visual, social, web, etc.);
  • Develop/edit/oversee distribution of pan-diocesan news/info/promotions including annual convention;
  • Support parish communication for community-building and evangelism (resources, training, interaction).

In addition, the office oversees electronic and print communications for the diocese. These include the publication of online newsletters, the diocesan website, www.episcopalct.org, the diocesan blog: www.episcopalct.blog, the diocesan Twitter account (EpiscopalCT), Facebook account (EpiscopalCT), YouTube Channel (CTEpiscopal), Instagram (@episcopal_ct), and formerly the magazine CRUX.  

Contact Info

Address:
Episcopal Church in Connecticut
The Commons
290 Pratt Street, Box 52
Meriden, CT 06450

Phone:
203-639-3501 x130
Fax:
203-235-1008

Our Staff

The Rev. Stacey Kohl Interim Communications Specialist skohl@episcopalct.org

"If one part suffers, all the parts suffer with it; if one part gets the glory, all the parts celebrate with it. You are the body of Christ and parts of each other." (1 Cor. 12: 26-27, CEB)

FAQs

I want to be on the mailing list for the eNewsletter, how do I sign up?

  • We would love to have you on our mailing list to receive our weekly eNewsletters. Please fill out this form and you will be all set up! 

Topics

  • Contact Jasree to discuss media relations, diocesan enewsletters, visual story ideas and related topics. News tips are always welcome.
  • Questions regarding social media, podcast/blog and storytelling.
  • Have a position opening in your parish? Fill out this form to get it listed in enews
  • branding - ECCT identity branding images / logo
  • diocesan cycle of prayer
  • eNewsletters
  • social media guidelines (Facebook, Twitter, etc)
  • media relations
  • photo/image policies
  • ECCT videos
  • ECCT website
  • parish website support

Helpful Links

Sign up for enews here 

  • we encourage all in the diocese to do so - this is our primary method for communicating news & events
  • Have a position opening in your parish? Fill out this form to get it listed in enews

General Communications Resources

Resources

The Episcopal Church Style Guide (PDF)

Diocesan Social Media Policy