In 1971, St. Christopher Episcopal Church in League City, Texas, gave a Bible to a parishioner, David Scott, to take with him on a business trip. To this day, the congregation still has not gotten it back. That’s because he left it on the moon.
All Saints Episcopal School is bringing the phrase “It takes a village” to life with new renovations to its Lower School.
Bishops of all six Episcopal dioceses in Texas issue a joint statement decrying the inhumane conditions at our country’s borders. They call on state and national leaders to take action.
Emiten los obispos de las seis diócesis de Texas una declaración colaborativa lamentando las condiciones inhumanas en las fronteras de nuestro país. Llaman a los líderes nacionales y estatales a tomar acción.
Among the crowds at this year's Pride Houston Festival, a man read our "God Thinks You're Fabulous" shirts as he was walking past, pointed our direction, and said "You guys are true Christians." His words affirmed to me that what we do matters and that there need to be more...
Someone asked me this question a few years ago as I mused out loud about serving a term as spiritual director for a Diocesan program known as “Happening,” a youth-lead movement that meets four weekends a year at Camp Allen in Navasota.
A local Episcopal church is building one of the city’s first inclusive playgrounds, and the space is slated to be open to the public before the end of summer.
El Domingo 27 de agosto del 2017 amanecimos con una lluvia incesante provocada por el Huracán Harvey. Ese día nuestra iglesia fue devastada con la inundación de varios edificios incluyendo, los salones de clases, las oficinas, el salón parroquial y nuestro Santuario.