This year’s Come to the Table fundraiser is rescheduled (thanks, Imelda) for December 3.
Cameron Dezen Hammon at St. Mark's, Houston recorded her experience along the way. Her memoir will be released on Tuesday, the same day as a book launch at Brazos Bookstore, featuring a Q-and-A session with Hammon conducted by Lacy M. Johnson, associate professor of creative nonfiction at Rice...
The Union of Black Episcopalians (UBE) continues a tradition of more than 200 years of Black leadership in the Episcopal Church working to remove racism from the Church, promote inclusion and stimulate the growth and development of Black clergy and membership.
Tammy Lanier ha sido nombrada la nueva Directora de Comunicaciones de la Diócesis Episcopal de Texas, la diócesis anunció el martes. Lanier, que comenzará el 3 de junio de 2019, sucederá a Carol E. Barnwell, quien dirigió el Departamento de Comunicaciones durante más de 25 años. Recientemente...
Each summer at Camp Allen these experiences come to life in the many great programs offered by the Episcopal Diocese of Texas. In focus are the ones offered by Jerusalem Peacebuilders (JPB), a unique nonprofit ministry that works to promote peace by cultivating understanding and mutual respect...
Jonathan Merritt, noted contributor to The Atlantic, and other national media, will be featured on a live podcast at St. Matthew's, Austin, Sunday, August 26, 2018 at 6:30 p.m.
The 1960 Hope Center, a ministry for the homeless founded in August 2016 by St. Dunstan’s, Houston, now has more than 30 area churches that help support the day center. It is one of the only agencies serving homeless men and women in the area.
The Texas Community Centered Health Homes (CCHH) Initiative is helping clinics battle a frustrating dilemma: “What good does it do to treat people if we keep sending them back to the conditions that make them sick?”