With a 62-year history that began at 523 10th Street in Galveston and continued from its current 427 Market St. location, the ministry and presence of the William Temple Episcopal Center will relocate to Trinity Episcopal Church.
According to the Rev. Eric Law, founder of the Kaleidoscope Institute, “Most people think about culture as race and ethnicity, but I like us to think about culture as more than that. Culture is all the things that impact the way I see myself and the way I relate to other people and my...
The Rev. Bobby Vickery and the Rev. Nancy Ricketts of St. Michael's, Austin, recently wrote an article for the Austin American-Statesman on loving our neighbors in a wider world.
Ashley Harper-Oberle reflects on a visit to Austin's Church Under the Bridge.
On May 17, St. Andrew’s, Bryan, honored 10 fifth grade students at Neal Elementary as 2012 St. Andrew’s Scholars. Through these scholarships, St. Andrew’s goal is to show Christ’s love in the community through education and outreach.
For 27 years, St. David’s Episcopal Church has hosted its end-of-the-day prayer service, Compline, on Sundays at 9 p.m. Beginning June 3, St. David’s will move this age-old tradition to 8 p.m. to embrace better ways for living “green.”
St. Luke’s Livingston celebrated their first Outreach Sunday on April 29 by distributing more than $5,000 in grants to local organizations.
Two youth groups from St. Aidan’s, Cypress, and Christ Church Cathedral, Houston, teamed up on Earth Day for a beautification project at historic Olivewood Cemetery, the oldest African-American cemetery in Houston near the banks of White Oak Bayou.