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Charlie Hall proporciona luz (sin) discapacidades

Charlie Hall proporciona luz (sin) discapacidades

Written by Carol E. Barnwell on

Charlie Hall dirige la compañía su madre, Rose Ann Hall, fundada en Dallas en 1988. Charlie, nació sin antebrazos, emplea a 24 personas en su taller en San Miguel de Allende, cinco de los cuales también tienen discapacidades físicas. La empresa produce artículos de cobre, productos de vidrio...

Columbario cambia el curso de un arquitecto de Houston

Columbario cambia el curso de un arquitecto de Houston

Written by Carol E. Barnwell on

La maravilla de la noche en el sendero de los Apalaches y el recuerdo de un amigo eventualmente trajeron al arquitecto de Houston, Paul Martín de regreso a la iglesia. Nativo de Nueva York, Martín ha llamado Texas su casa por más de cinco décadas. Su trabajo ha abarcado edificios de oficinas...

I was Glad to Engage the Community

I was Glad to Engage the Community

Written by Carol E. Barnwell on

St. Cyprian’s, Lufkin, recently released a music CD, entitled I Was Glad, with choristers from St. Cyprian’s and the A Cappella Choir of Stephen F. Austin University. Recorded at St. Martin’s, Houston, the CD was underwritten by a generous gift from Jerry and Carol Moore, long-time members of...

SB 4 Sows Seeds of Fear for Austin Immigrants

SB 4 Sows Seeds of Fear for Austin Immigrants

Written by Paulette E. Martin on

Preparing for the worst, Elena Jiménez,* along with her 15-year-old twins, Camila and Carla,* came to St. James’, Austin, May 6, to get help preparing a power of attorney and caregiver affidavits, just in case the family is separated by deportation.

How do We Tell the Stories of God

How do We Tell the Stories of God

Written by The Rev. Gini Gerbasi on

We had 225 Harry Potter Sunday bulletins—with color covers. It would be super wasteful to toss them, and just do a “regular” Sunday. But I was tempted. On one side: the bulletins, the music the choir had rehearsed (Double Trouble for 9:00, In Noctem from The Half-Blood Prince for 11:00), the...

Friend’s Memorial Alters Course For Houston Architect

Friend’s Memorial Alters Course For Houston Architect

Written by Carol E. Barnwell on

Late night wonder on the Appalachian Trail and a friend’s memorial eventually brought Houston architect Paul Martin back to church. A native New Yorker, Martin has called Texas home for more than five decades. His work has encompassed office buildings, commercial sites and today, more than a few...

Dads Bring Wisdom to Internet, Then Take it Back Home

Dads Bring Wisdom to Internet, Then Take it Back Home

Written by Will Reale with Chris McClung on

It was the Spring of 2015 when Chris and I got the itch to start a new project. Friends since meeting at the University of Texas in 2003 while pursuing our MBAs, we shared common interests that had landed us in places as far-flung as New Delhi and Guadalajara, working with organizations from...

Children’s Choir Noted for Academic Improvement

Children’s Choir Noted for Academic Improvement

Written by Paulette E. Martin on

The children’s choir is fairly new. In August 2016, the Rev. Ed Gómez started to recruit students from nearby Park Place Elementary School. The church has a deep connection with the school as their first meeting place in 1923.

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