A decade-long tradition will continue thanks to the efforts of the Rev. Bob Wismer at St. Francis Episcopal Church. Wismer began the tradition of Blessing of the Backpacks at St. Francis, 345 Piney Point Road, about 10 years ago. Now families include this spiritual event in their...
Eleven churches from across the diocese came together from July 14-19, 2019 for Eleven churches from across the diocese came together from July 14-19, 2019 for Missionpalooza 2019. An annual Episcopal Diocese of Texas youth mission trip, Missionpalooza continued focusing on disaster relief in...
The Union of Black Episcopalians 51st annual business meeting and conference July 22-26 in Los Angeles welcomed new board members and deepened commitments to youth and young adult empowerment, congregational and leadership development, racial reconciliation, social justice outreach and advocacy...
On Sunday, August 25, this year's Rally Day, we are going to come together as a community to fight back against the food deserts that exist within just two miles of our Cathedral. Shoulder to shoulder in Cathedral shirts, we are going to pack 100,000 meals together.
In 1971, St. Christopher Episcopal Church in League City, Texas, gave a Bible to a parishioner, David Scott, to take with him on a business trip. To this day, the congregation still has not gotten it back. That’s because he left it on the moon.
All Saints Episcopal School is bringing the phrase “It takes a village” to life with new renovations to its Lower School.
Bishops of all six Episcopal dioceses in Texas issue a joint statement decrying the inhumane conditions at our country’s borders. They call on state and national leaders to take action.
Emiten los obispos de las seis diócesis de Texas una declaración colaborativa lamentando las condiciones inhumanas en las fronteras de nuestro país. Llaman a los líderes nacionales y estatales a tomar acción.