Did you know that if you visited Houston, you would be more likely to meet a Mormon or a Muslim than an Episcopalian?
Young adults of color are invited to examine their gifts and explore opportunities at a June weekend Episcopal Church retreat, Why Serve 2012: Discerning God’s Call.
It is the honor of my life to have had the opportunity to work with the young defenders of our country returning from combat tours in Afghanistan and Iraq. These heroic men and women have taught me the true meaning of faith.
Across the Diocese of Texas on April 26, Episcopalians gathered to share a meal and their faith stories, and in the process, many found new insight from their church community. The event, dubbed Sharing Faith Dinners, took place at 250 venues with more than 1300 participants.
The Bishop of Texas, C. Andrew Doyle, announced his response to the likely approval at this summer’s General Convention of the blessing of same-gender covenants today at a special meeting of diocesan clergy. Bishop Doyle outlined his plan to help unify the Diocese of Texas, addressing both...
During my time as Canon for Pastoral Ministry and Bishop Suffragan of the Diocese of Texas, I have had the opportunity and privilege of being part of a number of people’s experiences at our St. Luke’s Hospital.
At the end of 2011, Ubi Caritas, a clinic and social service agency of the Episcopal Church in Beaumont, celebrated with our patients.
Edmonson grew up in the Diocese of Texas and is still a member at St. John the Divine, Houston.