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Constitution and Canons

Review the proposed revisions to the Diocese of Easton Constitution and Canons.
Read about the revision process moving forward.

Diocesan Heritage Month

October is Diocesan Hertiage Month!  This year we celebrate our front line workers.


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The Episcopal Diocese of Easton is a diverse community made up of 40 worshiping communities across the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Collectively we live out our call to Welcome All, Share Jesus’ Love, and Serve the World. We invite you to join us in this call and hope that you can find ways to connect more deeply and discover more fully your unique place in God’s plan. You are loved and we are glad you are here.

Fall Mission Summit

Introducing the first annual Fall Mission Summit for the Diocese of Easton.  Due to continuing concerns around Covid-19, this year’s mission summit will be on zoom.  Join Dr. Catherine Meeks from the Absalom Jones Episcopal Center for Racial Healing for a conversation on racial healing and justice.  Read more about Dr. Meeks and the work of the Center by visiting or register for the summit by clicking here.

Our Communities

Visit the Episcopal Church’s Asset Map to view a listing of all the churches and organizations in the Diocese of Easton and beyond.  Church leaders may want to visit this map often to update ministries offered and share pictures and news to help visitors understand your unique story.  There are other useful networks and tools so take a minute to click around.

Bishop's Blog

Get up-to-date information directly from Bishop San.

Give By Church

An online giving resource for our churches & organizations. Donate to your church by clicking here.

Revised Common Lectionary

View readings for the coming week, spiritual reflections and other prayers.

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Diocesan Calendar

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The Episcopal Church

We’re following Jesus into loving, liberating and life-giving relationship with God, with each other and with the earth.

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