Texas Health and Human Services' weekly column "Texas Health Matters" featured retired Episcopalian Chuck Kline of Austin.
Episcopalians across Texas will gather at Minute Maid Park on Friday, September 14 as the Houston Astros face the Philadelphia Phillies.
For 27 years, St. David’s Episcopal Church has hosted its end-of-the-day prayer service, Compline, on Sundays at 9 p.m. Beginning June 3, St. David’s will move this age-old tradition to 8 p.m. to embrace better ways for living “green.”
More than 80 people gathered to view artwork and dance, and to hear poetry and music, as part of “eARTh Night: The Art Around Us” at St. David’s Episcopal Church in Austin on Sunday, April 22. The event celebrated the beauty of the world and the creativity of artists who expressed that beauty in...
The Intercultural Development Office of the Diocese of Texas hosted the Building Diverse Communities conference last weekend at Palmer, Houston.
Trinity, The Woodlands, sponsored a workshop on April 25 based on Bridges Out of Poverty by Dr. Ruby K. Payne, Philip DeVol, and Terie Dreussi Smith, which focused on bringing law enforcement, agencies, churches, coalitions, businesses and schools together with the goal of building...
Did you know that if you visited Houston, you would be more likely to meet a Mormon or a Muslim than an Episcopalian?
On the third Saturday of each month, Houston’s homeless men and women leave the streets to become artists for a day. Christ Church Cathedral’s homeless day center, The Beacon, serves as a monthly meeting space for the Marnoble Art Project, an art therapy class for the homeless.