St. Luke’s Livingston celebrated their first Outreach Sunday on April 29 by distributing more than $5,000 in grants to local organizations.
At a time when many high-schoolers were preparing for lavish high school proms, the youth of St. Andrew's, Pearland, decided sponsor a different kind of prom for special needs alumni from schools in Pearland and Alvin.
Across the Diocese of Texas on April 26, Episcopalians gathered to share a meal and their faith stories, and in the process, many found new insight from their church community. The event, dubbed Sharing Faith Dinners, took place at 250 venues with more than 1300 participants.
Earlier this year, we reported that Trinity Episcopal School in Galveston received a $2.7 million grant from the Moody Foundation to build a new gym. The new facility will be named the Robert L. and Ann Moody Activity Center.
Two youth groups from St. Aidan’s, Cypress, and Christ Church Cathedral, Houston, teamed up on Earth Day for a beautification project at historic Olivewood Cemetery, the oldest African-American cemetery in Houston near the banks of White Oak Bayou.
Almost 100 entries have been submitted by local writers, poets, artists, and musicians for the first Art Night at St. David's, Austin, on April 22 from 6-8:30 p.m.
St. Andrew's, Pearland, is using the prank of "flocking" to raise money for their work camp mission trip this summer.
Lord of the Streets will honor Robin and Marshall Cloyd at their 2012 Annual Spring Luncheon on May 17 at St. Martin's, 717 Sage Road, Houston.