Diocesan officials announced today that a coordinated effort to help Bastrop County families recover from last September’s wildfires has begun. Volunteers and donations are needed to help rebuilding efforts.
In a year of extraordinary natural disasters – tornadoes, fires, floods and earthquakes – Episcopalians are reaching out nationally and internationally through prayer, financial assistance and “boots on the ground” relief, recovery and rebuilding efforts, and are forging creative ...
Making a Difference: This is the sixth in a series of profiles on Houston-area residents improving their communities.
Members of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas are currently working to rebuild the home of the Morris family of Smithville, Mississippi. The Morrises are victims of the April tornadoes that swept across portions of Mississippi and Alabama.
For over eight years, Trinity has been the Tuesday night home for Youth Advocates, Inc., a non-profit organization focusing on relationships with young people rather than the delivery of services.
Christ Church, Tyler, recently completed their NetsforLife® campaign, raising $10,297 to purchase insecticide treated mosquito nets for the people of sub-Saharan Africa.
After nearly three decades of dedicated ministry -12 at St. Martin’s, Houston, and 15 with the Diocese of Texas- Sally B. Rutherford has retired from her career as an outreach coordinator.
St. Alban’s, Austin, recently donated 1200 books to the first grade class at Menchaca Elementary School in the hopes of preventing the typical “summer slide” in reading comprehension. Each of the 106 first graders received 12 books donated by St. Alban’s.