Beliefs What Do Episcopalians Believe? We believe there is One God who creates all things, redeems us from sin and death and renews us as the Children of God. As Episcopalians we promise to follow Jesus Christ as our Savior and Lord. We believe the mission of our church is restoration of all people to…

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St. Thomas, nobly sited on a hill overlooking Long Island Sound, is the oldest congregation in Mamaroneck, and arguably one of the most beautiful in a town of many churches. Since its incorporation in 1817, St. Thomas has been a vital force in the community it serves. St. Thomas owes its founding to Caleb Heathcote,…

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What Does Membership Mean? Membership in the Episcopal Church does not carry with it the formal expectations of other denominations. By canon (church law), a “member” is someone who attends services and contributes financially on a regular basis. In our tradition, the individual seeker decides for himself or herself what membership means, how it will…

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The Episcopal Diocese of New York The home page for the Episcopal Diocese of New York, a diocese with around 200 congregations encompassing Manhattan, the Bronx, and Staten Island in New York City, and the counties of Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan, Ulster and Westchester. This page offers news, background information and many resources. Th e…

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The Episcopal shield (and flag) were adopted by the General Convention of the Episcopal Church in 1940. The colors of red, white, and blue are the colors of the flags of both the Untied States and England. The red cross that divides the white filed into four rectangles is the Cross of St. George, the…

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