The Diocese of Delaware ("The Episcopal Church in Delaware")
Website for our diocese
The Diocese of Delaware Constitution and Canons
Governing document of our diocese (note: index pagination is inaccurate):
Website for our diocesan camp and conference center located on Rehoboth Bay
A. Felix DuPont Memorial House
Website for our diocesan retreat and conference center near the Atlantic Ocean in Rehoboth Beach
The Episcopal Church
Website for The Episcopal Church
"...that those who have believed in God should
be careful to maintain good works." --Titus 3:8
Episcopal Relief & Development
ERD works with church partners and other local organizations to save lives and transform communities worldwide. They rebuild after disasters and empower people to create lasting solutions that fight poverty, hunger, and disease.
Episcopal Peace Fellowship
EPF is a national organization connecting all who seek a deliberate response to injustice and violence and want to pray, study and take action for justice and peace in our communities, our church, and the world.
Bishops United Against Gun Violence
Bishops United Against Gun Violence is a group of more than 70 Episcopal bishops working to curtail the epidemic of gun violence in the United States. (Note: Our current Delaware bishop, Kevin Brown, and former Delaware bishops Wayne Wright and Cabell Tennis are all members of this group.)
Union of Black Episcopalians
The mission of UBE is to unite the diverse cultures, concerns and gifts of Black Episcopalians by providing preparation and encouragement for living the Baptismal Covenant and fully participating in the mission and governance of The Episcopal Church.
As an Episcopal LGBTQ organization, Integrity USA proclaims and embodies the all-inclusive love of God through worship, education, and advocacy.
TransEpiscopal works for the full embrace of all transgender and gender non-conforming persons within The Episcopal Church.
"A Confession of Faith in a Time of Crisis," signed by The Most Rev. Michael B. Curry and other Christian leaders.
Religious orders & communities
The Episcopal Church recognizes 18 religious orders and 14 communities. This page lists and links them and has further information about Episcopal nuns, monks and religious life