Susan B. Lair, Ph.D., announced the appointment of Stephen Lovejoy as St. Francis Episcopal Day School’s new head of middle school. A dynamic and experienced educator, Lovejoy joined St. Francis Episcopal as interim head of middle school last summe
The annual Photo competition of the World Association for Christian Communication (WACC), 2012, has been launched. The theme is: Communication for All
Bishop Andy Doyle and Camp Allen today announced a weekend music festival, featuring the Austin Lounge Lizards and other groups, to be held at Camp Allen, May 18-20.
Episcopalians across the nation are bolstering their Jan. 16 celebrations of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day by adding deeds to words, service to song.
If you are between the ages of 30 and 65 years old and have never been diagnosed with cancer, you are eligible to enroll.
The Brazos County Expo Center will be bustling with people from around Texas the weekend of February 10-11, with approximately 1000 Episcopal clergy, delegates, registrants, youth and volunteers gathering for the 163rd Diocesan Council of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas.
Jordan Trumble fell in love with learning about religion at Capital University in Columbus, Ohio. But after awhile, she realized studying the topic wasn’t enough.
Co-authored by a group of Episcopal Church leaders from a variety of backgrounds and perspectives, this year’s devotional booklet focuses on how Christians can work to promote health and fight disease while preparing their own lives for healing during the Lenten season.