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...
The Rev. Canon Heather L. Melton, Staff Officer for the United Thank Offering, talks about the importance of birthdays and the acts of thankfulness and gratitude.
Clergy from the US-based Episcopal Church joined other Christians leaders in Charlottesville, Virginia this weekend in a show of solidarity with members of minority communities. Priests from across the diocese of Virginia took part in the rally which was held to counter what became a deadly...
About two dozen people gathered Sunday night in Austin under a giant banner of stringing lights reading “Love” to honor the victims of a violence that left one dead and several injured in Charlottesville, Va., over the weekend.
Holy Spirit, Waco parishioners delivered nearly 300 lunches to local police, firefighters at two substations that serve the church, and sheriffs and staff at the county jail.
Three new church plants, which mark the first of seven envisioned by the end of 2020, will take root in early fall.
For the first time, religious groups have filed court briefs against the so-called ‘sanctuary cities’ ban in Senate Bill 4, entering the fray in a lawsuit that seeks to prevent the implementation of the law that they say will harm their faith communities.
Leadership teams from five churches spent the past six months dreaming, thinking, and working on new plans for ministry within their communities.