On February 5, the Commission on Black Ministry sponsored 50 young adults to attend the Ensemble Theater’s rendition of The Ballad of Emmett Till.
Clergy and elected representatives of the Diocese of Texas, gathered in Bryan, TX, February 10-11, approved the election of a bishop suffragan scheduled for June 2, 2012. Bishop Griselda Delgado, Bishop of Cuba, was the guest preacher at Friday's opening Eucharist. Bishop C. Andrew Doyle...
Let me begin by giving thanks for the presence of our bishops: Bishops Payne, Benitez, and High. I am grateful for their leadership and support. I am also grateful for the partnership in this ministry and the friendship that I have with Bishop Harrison. It remains a privilege and joy to do this...
In 1865, The Episcopal Church’s General Convention organized the Protestant Episcopal Freedman’s Commission (renamed the Commission of Home Missions to Colored People in 1868), to establish schools in the South that would provide higher education and religious instruction to African Americans...
It was really as a child that I began my career. I say that because, as a child, my mother, Betty, would take me to nursing homes with her.
The Episcopal Diocese of Texas (EDOT) is seeking a director, lay or ordained, to lead the Office for Common Mission (formerly Outreach).
Organist Gerre Hancock passed away suddenly on Saturday, January 21.
Senior management and medical officers from St. Luke’s Episcopal Health System Houston and Baylor College of Medicine will visit the hospital of the Diocese of Morogoro in Berega at the end of February.