Saint Isidore Episcopal Church and Abundant Harvest Kitchen have taken everything this year has dealt them and found a way to give back to the community. Now, they’re planning ahead to be able to continue that giving.
Thanksgiving will be very different for most people this year. While we are ever thankful for our lives, families and the blessings of God, coronavirus is a dark cloud over our world. This pandemic has affected family gatherings and the way we traditionally celebrate holidays and family...
CUSE, Cathedral Urban Service Experience, provides opportunities to serve people who are being denied justice, peace, and dignity by their community.
A photography exhibit that spent the spring and summer on the fences that surround Christ Church Episcopal Cathedral downtown has now moved to St. Andrews Episcopal Church, 1819 Heights Blvd.
Over 80 expectant mothers in East Harris County were treated to a one-of-a-kind baby shower in a drive-thru event. Mothers were showered with baby clothes, fresh food, diapers, cleaning supplies and other goods to help meet their needs during the pandemic.
On a mild but windy morning in Austin, Texas, the weather prompted no complaints from the Rev. David Peters, who was “ambling along” west of downtown. But gusts of up to 30 mph were making it difficult for the priest to describe his 70-mile prayer walk to the reporter who had reached him by phone.
On Sunday October 18, St. Luke the Evangelist, Houston celebrated its 100th anniversary. About forty people participated in outdoor worship, and a more significant number followed the event online. The history of St. Luke's is full of outstanding achievements and, at the same time, struggles...
The Abundant Harvest Food Truck began as a ministry of St. Isidore’s Episcopal Church in The Woodlands, just six months before Hurricane Harvey hit the Houston area. It became the perfect ministry for the disaster because the outreach was able to meet people where they were in their communities...