On Saturday, November 7, St. Thomas the Apostle, Nassau Bay, will offer the next of its monthly fresh food distribution to neighbors in need throughout Nassau Bay, Webster, and Pasadena.
Assistant Bishop Monterroso joined the Rev. Uriel Osnaya-Jimenez on October 4, 2020 to dedicate and bless the grand opening of their anticipated parish hall, located at Santa Maria Virgen Episcopal Church in West Houston.
St. Mark’s celebrates Cameron Dezen Hammon, the communications turns 5 p.m. music director for the church, for winning the 2019 Discovery Prize in Nonfiction from the Writers’ League of Texas. Her debut memoir, This is My Body: A Memoir of Religious and Romantic Obsession, the awarded book, was...
St. Stephen’s new Spanish language instructor Ann Befroy, Ph.D., recently asked her students to collaborate on a playful class project designed to help build and strengthen their vocabulary skills. Her students scripted and produced a video of their own Spanish-language soap opera, known as a...
Welcome Table, Inc. offers programs and resources that bring people together for learning, inspiration, sustenance, and friendship. Welcome Table is proud to announce it has named Tim Miles its new Executive Director.
St. John’s, Sealy; St. Philip’s, Hearne; and St. Peter’s, Brenham, are all small parishes with huge hearts. Prior and during the pandemic, these three congregations have fused their efforts with local organizations to help feed those who are facing hardships. These endeavors have only gained...
St. Luke the Evangelist Episcopal Church, Houston, is the oldest African American Episcopal Church in the city of Houston. St. Luke’s was originally established in 1920 as St. Clement’s Episcopal Church through the organizational efforts of Dr. R.O. Roett and others.
Emmanuel Episcopal Church finally has a new home after being flooded in 2017 – but they still can’t worship there.