Holy Trinity Episcopal School, Houston, celebrated the opening of its twelfth school year recently with the news of two national distinctions for outstanding efforts by its parent and student community.
In 1992, Martha Lewis had a good job as a supervisor for regulatory affairs at a natural gas pipeline company in Houston, but after some soul searching, she left her stable job behind to follow what she considered to be a calling to the performing arts.
Members of Ascension, Houston, collected more than one ton of beans and rice for West Houston Assistance Ministries to help feed hungry families in West Houston.
In 1992, when Howard Castleberry was a photographer for the Houston Chronicle, he began seeing reports come over the wire of 10,000 people a day dying in a country named Somalia.
In his two years as the head baseball coach at Episcopal, Matt Fox and the Knights have only known success.
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.
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.
Good Shepherd, Tomball, youth director Sara Hailey is offering an Extreme Couponing Class on Saturday June 25 from 10:00 a.m. to noon. Hailey does more than save money when she shops. Sometimes makes money.