Congregations often end up serving as a “front door” to the mental health system whether they acknowledge that role or not.
In an effort to flourish within the GulfGate community of Houston and to encourage residents to be more civically involved, St. Paul’s/San Pablo, Houston held its first St. Paul’s Festival, August 14, opening its doors to the community and giving them an opportunity to register to vote.
Austin, Houston and Galveston celebrations of Martin Luther King include special speakers, worship, prayers and march.
The St. Stephen’s Episcopal School community and honored guests gathered for a special ceremony to mark the official opening of the Austin school’s new Spartan Fitness and Wellness Center.
The Travis County Sheriff’s Office hosted 57 children to a unique summer camp at the correctional facility in Del Valley just outside of Austin with their incarcerated parents.
Thoughts from Bishop Andy Doyle on the recent unrest in Baltimore.
From April 23 to May 3, students of Saint Thomas’ Episcopal School (STE), a private, Christian-based college preparatory school, will perform Letters to Sala, a play based on the book Sala's Gift: My Mother's Holocaust Story.
Eagerly awaited each year by audience members and singers alike, Noël, Noël: Christmas at the Villa is a welcome break from the frantic pace of the holiday season.