In the Diocese of Texas, Deaf Missioner Amy Waltz-Reasonover has created a new community by bringing together groups that had never been connected before, introducing Deaf and LGBTQ+ Christians with different forms of communication to Episcopal congregations in the Houston area. What started out...
Over 150 residents in the Gulfton area received free medical services at San Mateo, Houston’s Health Fair. The event took place Saturday, April 23.
Don’t underestimate the impact of what seems like a “small outreach project”. Parishioners at St. Timothy’s, Lake Jackson, used the 40 days of Lent to help spread some Easter love to young people in the Brazosport area.
On Friday, April 8, 2022, over 70 diocesan and congregational leaders gathered at Holy Family HTX Episcopal Church, to celebrate the dedication and consecration of their new building.
San Romero Church celebrated on April 27 their Patron Feast Day in honor of Saint Oscar Romero, and the day of Hispanic Heritage. Father Uriel Lopez presented Oscar Romero as a prophet and martyr beyond borders.
Christ Church Cathedral Episcopal Church in downtown Houston is hosting a special prayer service for peace in Ukraine and for the comfort and protection of the Ukrainian people. Join us April 9, from 6 to 7 p.m. in the Cathedral to offer prayers for peace in Ukraine and throughout the world.
The idea sparked after coming across an article published by Episcopal News Service—it told the story of a small church in Santa Fe that had raised funds and succeeded in wiping out all medical debt in collections in the state of New Mexico.
It’s been nearly three weeks since Russia invaded the country of Ukraine. Thursday afternoon, several community members attended “Yoga for Peace” at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church in College Station.