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Trinity Episcopal: As neighborhood changed, so did its church

Trinity Episcopal: As neighborhood changed, so did its church

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Historic Trinity Episcopal inspires people with its beauty, its commitment to the arts, social justice, the homeless and LGBTQ youth ... The neo-Gothic structure that is Trinity Episcopal Church rises above the corner of Main Street and Holman Avenue like a testament to the cathedrals of...

Charlie Hall Sheds Light  on (Non)Disabilities

Charlie Hall Sheds Light on (Non)Disabilities

Written by Carol E. Barnwell on

Charlie Hall runs the company his mother, Rose Ann Hall, founded in Dallas in 1988. Charlie, born without the lower parts of his arms, employs 24 people in his San Miguel de Allende atelier, five of whom also have physical disabilities. The company produces copper items, carved glass products...

Seminarians Mobilize to Aid Disaster Recovery

Seminarians Mobilize to Aid Disaster Recovery

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As natural disasters have occurred in our nation at an alarming pace over the past several weeks, students from Seminary of the Southwest have organized and deployed in efforts to provide physical, financial, spiritual and pastoral relief to those affected. Three weeks ago, with Hurricane Harvey...

Hispanic Congregations Aid Flood Victims with Rent Assistance

Hispanic Congregations Aid Flood Victims with Rent Assistance

Written by Paulette E. Martin on

Harvey is long gone, but many Houston residents are still struggling to bounce back. Some of the most vulnerable are people who have missed weeks of work and are now being threatened with eviction. The problem is so severe, that Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner called for flexibility and...

Waco Church Honors First Responders on Eve of 9/11 Anniversary

Waco Church Honors First Responders on Eve of 9/11 Anniversary

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First responders come to mind especially at the anniversary of 9/11. Holy Spirit, Waco paid tribute to their local first responders in memory of those who lost their lives during the terror attacks of 9/11 in New York and Washington as well as in honor of those who continue to experience health...

Revamped After School Program to Boost Children’s Education

Revamped After School Program to Boost Children’s Education

Written by Paulette E. Martin on

It was a ‘day of jubilee’ for St. John’s, La Porte as they welcomed the community near East Houston to celebrate the newly remodeled Stein Missional Community Center. The Center, opened by the Rt. Rev. Hector Monterroso, Bishop Assistant, will be the home of an After School Program, Living...

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