St. David’s Episcopal Church will be participating in a project known as “Ashes To Go” when it takes to the streets of Austin on February 22 offering ashes to busy commuters and others who may not have time, or the initial inclination, to observe this day.
The Episcopal Church Office of Communication has launched its first iPad app, Wayfarer.
Applications are now being accepted for the 2012-2013 awarding of more than 60 scholarships from the Episcopal Church.
On February 5, the Commission on Black Ministry sponsored 50 young adults to attend the Ensemble Theater’s rendition of The Ballad of Emmett Till.
Let me begin by giving thanks for the presence of our bishops: Bishops Payne, Benitez, and High. I am grateful for their leadership and support. I am also grateful for the partnership in this ministry and the friendship that I have with Bishop Harrison. It remains a privilege and joy to do this ...
Clergy and elected representatives of the Diocese of Texas, gathered in Bryan, TX, February 10-11, approved the election of a bishop suffragan scheduled for June 2, 2012. Bishop Griselda Delgado, Bishop of Cuba, was the guest preacher at Friday's opening Eucharist. Bishop C. Andrew Doyle ...
"When a strong-minded woman is faced with a difficult decision, should she voice concerns about one of her male colleagues? This dilemma unfolds on stage as Montana Repertory Theater brings the gripping and mysterious Doubt to Galveston's Grand 1894 Opera House on Friday, March 9 at 8 p.m.
In 1865, The Episcopal Church’s General Convention organized the Protestant Episcopal Freedman’s Commission (renamed the Commission of Home Missions to Colored People in 1868), to establish schools in the South that would provide higher education and religious instruction to African Americans. ...