Useful Links

Grace Day School
Our objective is to provide a community through which children learn in an environment of security, love, acceptance and appreciation for the unique qualities with which each individual has been endowed by Almighty God.

Anglican Communion
World-wide Anglican Church comprises over 80 million members in 44 regional and national member churches around the globe in over 160 countries.

Episcopal Church USA 
The Episcopal Church is a member of the worldwide Anglican Communion, churches around the world that trace their roots to the Church of England and have given rise to a distinct form of Christianity, known as Anglicanism.

Episcopal Lifeonline
Church News and Information

The Episcopal Diocese of Long Island
The Diocese was formed on November 18, 1868 to include the Counties of Kings, Queens (including the area to become Nassau) and Suffolk collectively known together as Long Island.

Episcopal Charities (Long Island)
The mission of Episcopal Charities of Long Island is to foster, develop and contribute to the support of the religious, educational and charitable work of the Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Long Island.

Episcopal Community Services (Long Island)
Our mission is to work alongside others to live out the Gospel imperative to love and care for all

George Mercer Jr. Memorial School of Theology (Long Island)
Historically, the Mercer School of Theology has been an important theological education resource to train mature adults for various ministries needed for the mission of the church. At the very heart of the school’s life has been its program of education in preparation for the ordained ministry, both priesthood and diaconate.

Camp DeWolfe (Long Island)
Located on the north shore of Long Island in Wading River, on woodlands bordering Long Island Sound, Camp DeWolfe is dedicated to the spiritual, physical, and emotional growth of campers and staff in a fun-filled recreational-educational environment. The camp has been ministering to children since 1947, when Bishop James P. DeWolfe founded the camp as a community of Christian living, for the young people of the Diocese.