All Saints' Episcopal Church
475 Main Street
Johnson City, NY

The Rev. Christine J. Day



Born: North Tonawanda, NY 
BA Cornell University, College Scholar (Music, Theater & Government), 1975
MS in Music (Opera Stage Direction), Indiana University, 1977
M.Div. General Theological Seminary, 1999

Ordained Deacon, June 12, 1999, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Syracuse, NY, by the Rt. Rev. David B. Joslin
Ordained Priest, December 18, 1999, St. David’s Church, DeWitt, NY, by the Rt. Rev. David B. Joslin
2004:  Interim Associate, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Syracuse, NY
2000-2003: Episcopal Chaplain, Syracuse University (Episcopal Campus Ministry at Syracuse University)
2002-2003 Diocesan Campus Missioner, Diocese of Central New York
1999-2001: Special Assistant to the Bishop, Diocese of Central New York
1999:Deacon, St. David’s Church, DeWitt, NY
1997-1999, Seminarian Assistant, Church of the Incarnation, New York, NY

Currently a member of the Commission on Ministry, Ecumenical & InterReligious Commission, Resolutions Committee of Convention (all Diocese of Central New York), a steering committee member of CNY Vocare, Committee on the Humane Use of Animals at University Hospital, Syracuse, NY, board member of Nazareth, Inc (a hospital in Nazareth, Israel).

Prior Work Experience:
1996-1999: Development Consultant, Episcopal Church Foundation, New York, NY
1992-1996: Director of Development and Campaign Director, College of Human Ecology, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
1987-1992: Director of Annual Giving and Associate Director, Crouse Foundation, Syracuse, NY
1978-1987: Managing Director, Assistant Manager & Stage Director, Syracuse Opera Company, Syracuse, NY

Personal: Widow of the composer, Brian M. Israel, sister of Christian C. Day. Professor of Law, Syracuse University, four godchildren, and a 13 year-old Silky Terrier, Polycarp and 3 year-old Silky Terrier, (Thomas A) Becket.

Fun Stuff:  Buffalo Bills Football, Syracuse and Cornell University Lacrosse, Dog Agility Trails and classes  (Becket runs at 8 inches!), opera, Irish folk music, needlepoint, knitting, gardening, cooking & baking for others, Harry Potter and the novels of Susan Howatch.


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