St. Peter’s, Brenham, fourth oldest church in the Diocese, celebrates 50 years in current location and more than 150 years of ministry.
Extent of devastation from April 25 earthquake in Nepal affects more than eight million people. Children are vulnerable to traffickers as thousands continue to live out in the open, exposed to both cold and rain. Monsoons (which last through mid-September) threaten delivery of life-saving supplies ...
First graders at St. Thomas the Apostle joined recovery efforts in aftermath of record rain in the Houston area, rescuing a baby bird blown from its nest.
Archbishop Justin Welby reflects on the extraordinary work that local faith communities and local church communities are doing to meet the needs of their neighbors.
Mission-centred relationship and openness about the challenges faced in both the global north and global south of the Anglican Communion were the key needs identified in the Companion Link consultation.
About three years ago, working through the Episcopal Church in Navajoland, I (Bishop James Magness) began meeting with a small group of Navajo military veterans in Arizona and New Mexico.
On two separate Thursday’s in May, members of Episcopal Churches in the Dioceses of Texas, West Texas and North Carolina gathered to share a meal and personal faith experiences.
Maritime associations and the International Seafarers Welfare and Assistance Network issues a call to European Union governments to recognize the key role seafarers have played in the rescue of thousands of migrants at sea.