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.
Music that Makes Community is a three-day conference on the use of paperless music, intended for music directors, organists, clergy, and lay leaders of churches. This session of the conference will be held on October 6-8, 2011 at Christ the King Evangelical Lutheran Church in Houston, Texas and...
Imagine what would happen if clergy and lay leaders of our congregations were intentional about making the community around them a mission field?
Since January 2007, The Beacon day center has been providing hot meals, clothing, private shower and lavatory facilities, laundry services and case management to people living on the streets of Houston.
All Saints', Austin, will again host a "Day of Hope." Day of Hope II is a convocational gathering for anyone interested in developing an in house parish ministry for Addiction/Recovery Support. This second Day of Hope will be Saturday, September 24, from 9 AM to 12 noon, at All...
St. David’s is pleased to announce a Centennial Organ Concert and Hymn Festival, in celebration of the 100th birthday of its 55-rank Pilcher/Hoffman organ, which has enriched many thousands of worship services and concerts since its installation in 1911.