“I’m not through living yet,” so says the vibrant and talented Billye Faust. Her days are busy with multiple projects but her favorite is painting Texas landscapes and still lifes. Painting “brings me great joy as well as new challenges,” Faust said.
The Trinity Episcopal School board of trustees in Galveston announced Feb. 3 that Trinity Episcopal School is the recipient of a $2.7 million grant from The Moody Foundation to be used toward construction of an activity center and gymnasium on Trinity’s campus.
St. David’s Episcopal Church will be participating in a project known as “Ashes To Go” when it takes to the streets of Austin on February 22 offering ashes to busy commuters and others who may not have time, or the initial inclination, to observe this day.
At the end of a curvy wooded drive in Chappell Hill, TX resides a treasure trove of life-like sculptures, capturing the splendor of many wild bird species. The sculptures are the work of Myrv Cron – a self-taught artist.
On February 5, the Commission on Black Ministry sponsored 50 young adults to attend the Ensemble Theater’s rendition of The Ballad of Emmett Till.
The legal needs of the elderly are many and diverse. As we age, some of the things that used to be so easy for us, are now becoming very difficult.
Members of St. Francis, Temple, began Tuesday’s Solace, an Alzheimer’s community respite, more than three years ago as an outreach ministry supporting families affected by the disease.
As a hospice chaplain I see all kinds of caregiving situations. I have precious memories of medical professionals tenderly caring for patients.