As we make our way to Easter Sunday morning we are mindful of our brother and sister Episcopalians and Anglicans worldwide.
Last year, St. Martin’s successfully raised more than $18 million dollars for the construction of a new Youth and Young Adult Center, a new Scout Hut and a new building entitled The Hope and Healing Center.
The EYC Group, Here ‘N’ Now, of St. Luke’s, Livingston, presented F.A.I.T.H. (Families and Individuals Thanking Heroes) military support group a check for $1,000 last Thursday.
About a dozen bishops, rabbis and religious leaders gathered in the sanctuary of First United Methodist Church on Wednesday morning to call attention to what they called their moral obligation to defend the rights of immigrants in Central Texas against bills like House Bill 12, which would...
The Episcopal Church is giving attention to the future and the possible impact and implications of an aging population on congregations. Through a task force, issues and concerns of the aging population are being recognized and addressed and online resources are available.
An art exhibit, created on Ash Wednesday at the beginning of Lent, will mark the beginning of Holy Week at St. Timothy’s, Lake Jackson.
As the tsunami aftereffects traveled through the Pacific, the group found themselves in Fiji.
Santa Maria Virgen, Houston will host a one-day workshop on Saturday, May 7, for clergy and laity on Liturgy in Hispanic/Latino Congregations from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.