St. Michael’s in Austin, Texas, presents a virtual Lenten speaker series called God + Grace + Hope Amid the Pandemic. This series will feature five Episcopalian clergy who will each offer a brief video message rooted in hope, truth, grace, perspective and grounded in the Christian Gospel.
Susan Meyer, who regularly visits the prison with her therapy dog Lucy, organized the St. Joan of Arc, Pflugerville clothing drive for recently released inmates from the Travis County Correctional Center.
St. John the Divine's GO Ministry is hosting a two-part online class focused on Human Trafficking that is open to all throughout the Diocese. The class will meet Wednesdays, February 3 & 10 at 6:30 pm via Zoom.
Join the Episcopal Diocese of Texas in partnership with the Christ Church Cathedral on Monday, January 18th for a Racial Healing Day from 10:00 am -2:30 pm.
The pandemic has shone a light on the pre-existing problem of health disparity. In this webinar series, learn about what health disparities are, the consequences of living with stressors including long-term poverty, and what we can do to address it. Faculty from the University of Houston College...
February 19–20, 2021, Christ Church Cathedral Episcopal Church in Houston is hosting a conference titled Racial Reconciliation and the Baptismal Covenant: Striving for Justice and Peace Among All People. The conference will include award-winning and inspiring speakers of both local and national...
Members of St. George's, Austin, raised over $7,000 to support El Buen Samaritano's Hands for Hope campaign.
Each year St. Mark's, Richmond, fields a team, Saints for a Cure, for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation annual walk. This year due to COVID-19, the walk was a virtual one, but the Saints for a Cure still participated in the fundraising.