Sealy is First Church to Reach Lenten Goal
In 2000, St. John the Divine, Houston started a fellows program for recent college graduates to “provide a forum in which young people become firmly rooted in their relationship with Christ and are trained to integrate their spiritual lives with their professional career.”
The Anglican Communion Compass Rose Society officers and directors met Friday, March 11 in Houston.
St. Clare College is a very abbreviated seminary approach to formation. Its modules are modeled after a seminary curriculum and include the study of ethics, both Old and New Testament, church history, pastoral care and even church artwork.
The Diocese of Texas has partnered with NetsforLife® and Episcopal Relief and Development to distribute insecticide-treated nets in remote regions of sub-Saharan Africa. Our goal is to have each family in the diocese donate at least one net in 2011. One $12 treated net can last up to five years...
God’s providence is total, unconditional, absolute and forever. We might speak of such providence as love or blessings or grace. What is clear throughout our faith history is that we understand that God’s attitude towards us is eternal. The Roman Catholic priest and theologian, Richard Rohr...
Former volunteer coordinator, Luke Blount, recounts his time in Galveston
The Abundant Living Conference convened for their 8th annual meeting this week at Camp Allen to “celebrate creative aging.” The three-day conference serves older adults (and care givers) with programs designed to facilitate active lives and to help people deal with the effects of aging.