You are here

Diocesan Email Listservs

September 18, 2020:

Due to unforeseen circumstances related to the vendor's upgrade of our diocesan listservs, the listservs are currently unavailable.

Unfortunately, this includes the Newark list ( If you wish to share an event with the diocese, you can post it on the Community Calendar on the diocesan website.

We are working on the issue, and will let you know as soon as the listservs are available again. In the meantime, if you need assistance with urgent communications within the diocese, please contact Nina Nicholson ( or John King ( to work with you.

Listservs are subscription-only email lists used for two-way communication. A subscriber can send an email to everyone on the list, and anyone that receives that email can reply back to everyone on the list.

Newark email list

To send and receive emails about diocesan and church events on the Newark Email List,, please subscribe using the form below.

Other listservs

In addition to the Newark email list, Episcopal House maintains smaller listservs for diocesan committees and groups (see the full list). For questions or assistance, please contact Randy Johnson.

Important note

Due to their complex security protocols, emails hosted by, and do not work reliably with the diocesan listservs, so we strongly recommend that you subscribe with a different email address ( is most reliable). If you don't wish to change your email, you can create a free Gmail account to subscribe to the listservs, and configure it to forward to your regular email account. See Instructions for forwarding emails from your Gmail account.

Subscribe to the Newark Email List
If you are not a member of one of our churches, please give your location or affiliation.
Terms of Use

The Newark List has been established to facilitate brief, factual notifications among the clergy and lay people of the diocese and the diocesan offices.

Emails to the Newark List may be sent by diocesan members, on behalf of their church or ministry, to:

  • invite the diocese to an event;
  • advertise a job opening;
  • offer unneeded items "free to a good home;"
  • ask for referrals on vendors or businesses;
  • make a news-worthy announcement.

This list is specifically not to be used for:

  • conversations or opinions, especially about matters that are pastorally or legally sensitive, emotionally charged or require extensive discussion;
  • promoting activities that violate diocesan policies, such as events that include gambling;
  • forwarding emails written by someone else, or quoting someone else without their consent;
  • forwarding jokes, spiritually uplifting stories or anything else of that nature;
  • self-promotion, such as links to a personal blog or business;
  • forwarding links to any website that violates the above terms.

Because subscription is solely voluntary, the Newark List cannot be, and is not represented as a venue for communicating with the entire diocese.

The Communications Office reserves the right to moderate and approve emails sent to the Newark List.

People who do not abide by these terms will be removed from the Newark List.

Adopted by Diocesan Council November 14, 2012

Would you also like to receive occasional mailings?
Enter your address (optional) if you would also like to receive occasional mailings from the Diocese of Newark.