[Diolog Magazine] His call to ordained ministry began at the age of seven, when he served as an acolyte in a congregation that his parents helped to plant in the living room of their home in Guatemala.
[Diolog Magazine] “It’s all about relationships” has become a common expression in the Anglican Communion. This generally means official diocesan partnerships and, behind these formal pairings, are personal stories upon which the partnerships are built and sustained.
The Rt. Rev. Hector Monterroso, Bishop of Costa Rica, visited Houston to preach at the ordination of the Rev. Alex Easley, January 20th, 2016. His visit underscores the mutual relationship between Texas and the Church in Central America. Easley became friends with Bishop Monterroso when she went ...
Members of St. Dunstan’s mission team traveled to the Cheyenne River Reservation in South Dakota this summer to renew friendships, worship with and serve the local Lakota people.
Changing their mission trip focus to be more local brought youth together, made a remarkable witness in their community and served in unexpected ways.
Alyssa Stebbing, outreach coordinator at Trinity, The Woodlands, traveled to Africa with Episcopal Migration Ministries in March to see first hand the refugee situation in Kenya and Rwanda. She found resilience in the face of overwhelming need.
A team from St. Christopher, League City, and Living Water International report back on their current trip to Nicaragua.
When Cole Red Tomahawk arrived in Houston June 4th from North Dakota’s Standing Rock Sioux Reservation, he expected hard work. He and three friends came to help renovate a home for the Strong family with a mission team from Emmanuel Episcopal Church in West Houston.