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Anti-Racism Resources

The MNYS Anti-Racism Committee is actively implementing anti-racism efforts, as this is an essential element of Bishop Egensteiner's 2025 Vision.

CORONAVIRUS RESOURCES

Click below to find important resources to inform yourself of healthy practices.

Prayer Calendar

We envision a synod where everyone in every congregation is praying for every other congregation, one day at a time.

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2022 ELCA Churchwide Assembly | EMBODY THE WORD

7/19/2022 12:29:00 PM

Members of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) will gather for the 2022 ELCA Churchwide Assembly on August 8-12 at the Greater Columbus Convention...

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BISHOP EATON ISSUES PASTORAL MESSAGE ON SCOTUS RULING REGARDING ROE V. WADE/ OBISPA PRESIDENTA ELIZABETH EATON EMITE UN MENSAJE PASTORAL SOBRE EL FALLO DE SCOTUS CON RESPECTO A ROE V. WADE

Whatever personal perspective one might take on the June 24 abortion ruling from the Supreme Court, it is the legal framework in which we now minister,...

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Bishop Eaton participates in Emanuel Nine commemoration event

6/17/2022 10:57:00 PM

Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton joined faith and government leaders on June 17 to mark the seventh anniversary of the racially motivated shootings at...

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MNYS at a Glance

13.5 Million

People Living within the Synod Territory

63,959

Baptised Members

16,009

Members in Weekly Worship

190+

Congregations

350+

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.

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