Harvey wrecked the Coastal Bend. They're still picking up the pieces.
One year after Hurricane Harvey inundated South Texas, the recovery process seems almost as random as the storm itself. How are people doing? It depends. People with few resources are struggling, as if the storm had just hit. And for many, a nagging depression lingers. They know that full...
What started in 1983 in an empty building on the west side of Wharton took on great significance immediately following Harvey’s devastating floods of August 2017. The town of 10,000 west of Houston was spared flooding during the actual storm, but two days later, lying along the Colorado River...
Monica is counting her blessings. After being displaced from her home for more than nine months, her daughter, mother and husband are finally back home. The family received more than four feet of water during Harvey, making their Santa Fe home, south of Houston, completely uninhabitable.
The roots of this particular mission trip are 20+ years deep. The Rev. Jim Liberatore, rector of St. Andrew’s, Pearland has been planting seeds and tending relationships with people and institutions in the Pearland community for more than two decades and it paid off this summer for Harvey flood...
Trinity, Baytown received a $28,000 grant from the Rebuild Texas Fund to provide funds for community preparedness, emergency supplies and the installation of shower and laundry facilities at the church.
Sat., May 5, 11 a.m. Holy Trinity, Dickinson’s 88th Annual Strawberry Festival Join St. George’s, Texas City to help spread love and hope To Galveston County Harvey survivors
Durante la visita del obispo primado Michael Curry a la Diócesis de Texas los días 30 y 31 de enero, el clero y los miembros de la Iglesia compartieron historias de la épica inundación que trajo consigo el huracán Harvey.