Holy Trinity Episcopal School, Houston, celebrated the opening of its twelfth school year recently with the news of two national distinctions for outstanding efforts by its parent and student community.
In today’s world of decreasing church attendance, changing parish demographics, and difficult economic times, it is essential that all of us optimize the stewardship of the resources with which we are blessed.
As the Diocese of Texas continues in its effort to purchase almost 30,000 nets for Episcopal Relief and Development's NetsforLife® program, churches are finding new ways to fund the efforts aimed at eradicating Malaria.
The wildfire raging about 30 miles east of Austin, Texas, had already claimed her home, so the Rev. Lisa Hines was taking no chances Sept. 6. She carefully packed Eucharistic vessels from Calvary Church, Bastrop, into her car, in case a speedy getaway became necessary.
As fires are raging across the state, parishes in Diocese of Texas are working to help tame the blazes and care for the homeless. At last report, over 1,000 homes have been destroyed and thousands of families have been evacuated as drought stricken forests and high winds fuel the flames.
Millions of people were impacted by Hurricane Irene as it blasted up the eastern coast of the United States over the weekend of August 27-28.
As a new church community in Houston’s revitalized first ward, between the White Oak and Buffalo Bayous, St. Mark’s B-t-B describes itself as a “sustainable, organic and local Episcopal community.”
167 inmates at a prison near Angleton, Texas comprise The Episcopal Church’s largest inmate ministry.