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Single. Immigrant. Black. Gay. Trans. Divorced. Young. White. Disabled. Asian. Lesbian. Married. Old. Poor... JESUS DIDN'T TURN PEOPLE AWAY. NEITHER DO WE!
The MNYS Anti-Racism Committee is actively implementing anti-racism efforts, as this is an essential element of Bishop Egensteiner's 2025 Vision.
Click below to find important resources to inform yourself of healthy practices.
We envision a synod where everyone in every congregation is praying for every other congregation, one day at a time.
The Church Council of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) met at the Lutheran Center in Chicago, Nov. 10–Nov. 13. The council welcomed ELCA...
Assistant to the Bishop, The Rev. Kevin Vandiver, will be leaving the MNYS Office of the Bishop to pursue a new Call to the Lutheran Church of the Reformation...
COMPENSATION GUIDELINES: A SHORT HISTORY
The Clergy Compensation Task Force was appointed by our synod’s Executive Committee in 2016 and was charged...
People Living within the Synod Territory
Members in Weekly Worship
Rostered Ministers & Synod Deacons
The territories of the Metropolitan New York Synod reside on the unceded lands of the Munsee Lenape, and Wappinger people; as well as those on [now] Long Island: the Lekawe, Merrick, Matinecock, Nissaquogue, Unkechaug, Secatogue, Setauket, Corchaug, Shinnecock, and Mannansett peoples. We encourage you to click the links and learn more about the Indigenous Peoples of our area, and hold their memory, and their descendants, in your prayers.