Youth from around the Diocese of Texas and even New Mexico gathered at St. Martin's, Houston for the first ever Conspire Conference last weekend. The event took place at St. Martin's brand new youth facility, The Island, a state of the art complex designed to maximize the youth group...
Christ Church, Nacogdoches, sent a team of eight youth and two adults to Nairobi, Kenya for a two-week mission trip in June. Led by the Rev. Howard Castleberry, rector of Christ Church, the team partnered with Young Life Nairobi to cook and serve 450 meals over three days to underprivileged high...
In September 2011, 1600 homes were destroyed in devastating wildfires throughout Bastrop County in Texas. Immediately after the fires, the Episcopal Diocese of Texas and Calvary Episcopal in Bastrop began to help the victims of the fire.
St. Luke’s Livingston EYC student ministry has been doing service work one Saturday a month at their resale shop, The Oasis.
At a time when many high-schoolers were preparing for lavish high school proms, the youth of St. Andrew's, Pearland, decided sponsor a different kind of prom for special needs alumni from schools in Pearland and Alvin.
Two youth groups from St. Aidan’s, Cypress, and Christ Church Cathedral, Houston, teamed up on Earth Day for a beautification project at historic Olivewood Cemetery, the oldest African-American cemetery in Houston near the banks of White Oak Bayou.
The Diocese of Texas welcomed two new additions to the Office of Lifelong Formation over the past week. Jamie Martin-Currie is the new Missioner for Christian Education and Matt Blank takes over as the Missioner for Youth and Young Adults.
The EYC Group, Here ‘N’ Now, of St. Luke’s, Livingston, presented F.A.I.T.H. (Families and Individuals Thanking Heroes) military support group a check for $1,000 last Thursday.