In five hours of work the volunteers—aged 5 to 75—filled 500 bags of leaves, weighing an estimated six tons: six trailer loads.
What if cathedrals across North America, the long-held treasured symbols of tradition, were "re-imagined" into incubators and hubs for fresh and creative new ministries, "places where young adults can be drawn to explore Christian faith and spirituality within dioceses?"
The founding partners of Compassionate Houston have decided that the 10th Anniversary of 9/11 is an appropriate weekend to highlight Houston as a "city of compassion."
After being formally installed as Head of St. James’ Episcopal School in East Austin, Ellen Jockusch looks forward to late August when a new program for toddlers and two-year-old children highlights the opening of fall term.
St. Luke's on the Lake junior warden Allen Griswold just returned from his third trip to help the tornado ravaged rural populations of Mississippi and Alabama. The Austin church has been raising money and donations since the early days after the storm.
We’re quite comfortable discussing a good book or an outstanding restaurant. Why are we not as comfortable talking about our church?
Members of the Episcopal Church of the Resurrection (ECR), Austin, gathered on the parish grounds Sunday, June 5th to celebrate the groundbreaking of Phase One the first step of a three part project.
After the devastating earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan earlier this year, St. Martin's, Houston, began collecting donations to help. Within a month, the church was able to raise $40,000.