Two weeks ago, the All Saints Episcopal School in Tyler was churning out protective face masks for patients and health care workers.
The heavy construction tools and paintbrushes in the back of the white utility van that pulled up for free food at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Pasadena on Wednesday was a telling sign to church leaders.
It only took a plea from one parishioner for the St. Clare’s Guild at St. Cyprian’s, Lufkin, to spring into action and sow hundreds of masks to distribute to health care workers and to their local Sheriff’s Department.
In this time of a pandemic, a truly public liturgy is not an option, and I suspect that most of us don’t have stations ready to go in our home. I created this offering with the Austin Canterbury and the young adults of St. David’s, Austin in mind. It is meant to be self-paced and...
If livestream shows aren’t quite the same as being there, they’ve proven to be a viable and sometimes transcendent means of musical connection between artists and fans. To help keep readers informed of local acts’ virtual concerts, we launched the Austin360 Livestream List in mid-March and...
Iglesia Episcopal San Pedro fed over 2,300 persons through its feeding and assistance ministry this past Wednesday. San Pedro’s non-profit, North Pasadena Community Outreach, partners with the Houston Food Bank to host a weekly food pantry. Normally NPCO distributes food to around two-hundred...
Scott Madison of One Human Race, Austin, shares his racial justice work, his personal story, and his hopes for building racial solidarity across the Episcopal Diocese of Texas.
St. Stephen’s is pleased to announce that three students have been named Scholastic Art and Writing National Medalists. Christopher Aung, 8th grade, was awarded a Silver Medal for his writing submission titled Half-Breed (teachers Vicki Woodruff and Miriam Murtuza)