After a remarkable 22-year tenure as Camp Allen’s first President, George Dehan announced his retirement for the end of 2022. The Board of Trustees proceeded with a formal search process, and Allen Kight was selected and received unanimous support to become the next President of Camp Allen.
In the summer of 2019, Mackenzie Campbell-Furtick began working part time as the Campus Missioner at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Stephenville. Her primary role is to serve as a liaison between St. Luke’s and the students at Tarleton State University, which is just across the street from St. Luke’s.
At the 172nd Diocesan Council, the Racial Justice Initiative was announced. $13M was committed to fund racial reconciliation scholarships and projects.
The Brotherhood of St. Andrew presented scholarships to Class of 2023 graduates. The winner of this year's top scholarship was Bella Boulter, Christ Church, Tyler. Bella is the daughter of the Rev. Dr. Matt and Bouquet Boulter. The Rev. Dr. Boulter is the rector of the Christ Church.
Misión Santa Fé Church Plant, Plum Grove, initially envisioned in November 2020 in the midst of the pandemic currently has 72 members and averages between 35-40 each Sunday evening. Located in a master-planned community called Santa Fé, near Cleveland, they first began meeting in homes. Now...
From right to left: The Rev. (Deacon) Kurt Unangst, Andrew Lazo, Jeremy Bradley, the Rev. Dr. Jerald Hyche, Joy Miller, the Rev. (Deacon) Joanna Unangst The Diocese of Texas is getting excited to welcome the new grads of Virginia Theological Seminary! Kurt and Joanna Unangst are...
Six pilgrims from the Anglican Diocese of Southern Malawi are visiting Texas this week.
Violence out of political tribalism must end and its rhetoric is dangerous. The Episcopal Diocese of Texas mourns with the families of all victims of Saturday’s massacre. We pray for the souls of those lost, and offer hope to the citizens of Buffalo, NY. Illogical beliefs that fuel these...