As the Diocese of Texas continues an energetic response to relief efforts after Hurricane Harvey’s punishing rains, churches and volunteers from across the country have offered help. Within the diocese, congregations have sent teams to muck out homes and church buildings, helping both neighbors...
Seminary of the Southwest is pleased to announce that the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) has granted accreditation to the Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.
"I invite your prayers for Florida who even now face Irma. For those suffering after the earthquake in Mexico. For those who face Jose and Katia and for those facing firestorms in California. We know your fear, your grief, your trial. We send you our love and support."- Bishop Andy Doyle
Representatives from the Brazos Interfaith Immigration Network and a coalition of Bryan-College Station spiritual leadersjoined together to express concern surrounding the decision last week to end the DACA program
A look at how Episcopalians are joining the cleanup effort after Hurricane Harvey and finding new ways to minister to their neighbors.
Wednesday update on response to Harvey in the Diocese of Texas.
The Episcopal Diocese of Texas has taken first steps in a robust response to now Tropical Storm Harvey, even as rain and flooding threaten southeast Texas.
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry on Hurricane Harvey: Our brothers and sisters in Texas and Louisiana need our help.