Bishop’s Blog – Second Chance Part II

Second chance beckons the church to think eschatologically.  Eschatology in academia is related to “end time”, however I am more inclined to associate it with the question of ‘present time’ or to be more theologically correct, Kairos. It begs the question, “what’s God doing in your life, church or … [Read more...]

Bishop’s Blog – Second Chance – Part I

Second chance is a favorite term preachers use to articulate courage and confidence in the present, while at the same time pointing to a forgiving God who focuses attention to the future with optimism and hope.  The message of the prophet Ezekiel to the people of Israel is still relevant for today, … [Read more...]

Bishop’s Blog – 5/4/17 – Just Try Jesus!

She was a young woman in her thirties who had been married for years when, without warning, her husband upped and left her. Without any explanation and no hope of reconciliation she was suddenly left alone. Understandably, she went into a deep state of depression to the verge of despair. Above … [Read more...]

Bishop’s Easter Message

Bishop’s Easter Message Too GOOD TO BE TRUE: He is Risen! He IS Risen! The lord is Risen Indeed! Alleluia! Alleluia! Alleluia! The resurrection joy is God’s reassurance to the world of new life in Jesus. This life conquers death transforming darkness into light, today’s fear into tomorrow’s … [Read more...]

Bishop’s Holy Week Reflection

Holy Week Reflection Almost there Saints!! Spiritually, we are at our most healthy when we are able to recognize that sin has the debilitating outcome of creating a chasm or wedge of separation between God and God’s beloved children. We all know that as hard as we try to be good, follow God’s … [Read more...]

Diocesan Wardens and Treasurers Conference Materials from the 2017 Warden's & Treasurers Conference have been posted and can be accessed here. … [Read more...]

Easter Vigil

Easter Vigil

Join the Bishop this Easter Eve as we enter into the joy of the Resurrection of our Lord. All are are Welcome. … [Read more...]

Mission Shaped and Prayer Centered


"We are a mission shaped Diocese and a prayer-centered Church!" Get the full story on our Convention 2017 web page.  The 149th Convention, the first Convention with our 11th Bishop, Santosh Marray, was marked by hope, enthusiasm, and the sharing of ideas. … [Read more...]

Diocesan Convention 2017

The 2017 Diocesan Convention will take place Friday, February 24 and Saturday, February 25 at the Hyatt Regency in Cambridge, MD. The theme of this year's convention is "A Window with a View: Learnings from the Exile". Below is a link to information, including the schedule and registration: 2017 … [Read more...]

Profiles in Spirituality: The Shore’s New Bishop on Christianity and Reconciliation after the Election

This article was originally published on the Talbot Spy on December 14, 2016 by Dave Wheelan It’s safe to say that Santosh Marray, the newly installed Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Easton. is the most diverse leader they have had since its founding in 1866. But you could also say he is … [Read more...]

Bishop Marray’s 100 Day Pilgrimage Around the Diocese of Easton


Bishop Marray has completed a 100 day pilgrimage across the Diocese of Easton to visit each parish. Below is an interactive map of all parishes, with a purple cross for which parishes he has already visited. There is also a pdf of the schedule to see which parishes he visited and when. Click … [Read more...]

Bishop’s Bash

Bishop's Bash: The Bishop is hosting a party and you're invited! Join him at Camp Wright on Saturday, May 20th from 5pm-9pm for a relaxing dinner and sunset conversations. This is open to all who would like to enjoy an evening with Bishop Marray. This event is geared for adults. RSVP Requested. … [Read more...]