The Diocese has once again met its annual goal of establishing three church plants a year. This bold vision comes into reality after two lay leaders and a member of clergy have all answered the call to take on this mission.
Because Hurricane Laura’s center was in Louisiana, damage appears not to be widespread in our eastern region. We are in contact with our congregations as they continue their storm assessments, however, and we will know more in the days to come. Many are asking how to help, and we are...
All members of our clergy are invited to share with us a compilation of your bodies of work that have been published this year, or since last year’s Clergy Conference. This would include all books, articles, websites, other writings, and any other new projects. We would like to share your...
If storm damage occurs, it is best for parishes to reach out directly to Church Insurance. The number for Claims is 1.800.223.5705. Churches can use Alacrity Contractor Services offered by Church Insurance.
The 2020 General Election offers the ideal opportunity for churches to be of service to both your congregations and to the community in a variety of ways. Anglicans and Episcopalians have a long history of involvement in elections.
Over the past few weeks we have experienced a significant increase in the number of phishing email messages that impersonate a diocesan staff member, especially Bishop Doyle. Phishing attacks are on the rise and are getting more sophisticated.
Following a rescheduled ceremony due to the rising COVID-19 cases in Harris County, 10 new deacons were ordained at Christ Church Cathedral, Houston, Saturday, August 1. The event was live-streamed and closed to the public.
The Mission Developer track is a 1-year program that provides practical and theological ministry courses, along with fieldwork supervision and reflection for those leading missional efforts out of Episcopal congregations.