Your Zoom church? It’s so 2020. This year, Episcopal liturgies are about to enter the metaverse.
Please consider supporting this year’s AIDS Walk. It will take place on Sunday, March 6 and walkers are asked to arrive by noon.
How do we Welcome and Connect those who are on our congregation’s Digital Front Porch, those whose initial contacts are online and invisible?
St. Thomas the Apostle, Nassau Bay, is once again helping its neighbors by hosting a food distribution drive on Saturday, February 5. The partnership of St. Thomas and the Galveston Food Bank will offer their monthly fresh food to neighbors caught up short throughout Nassau Bay, Webster...
If Santa ever runs into trouble on his way to Marshall, Texas, the good girls and boys of Harrison County know their stockings still will be full on Christmas, thanks to a century-old gift-giving campaign with Episcopal roots.
With the help of the Episcopal Health Foundation, St. John’s, Austin, has started a relationship with Central Texas Interfaith. Central Texas Interfaith (CTI) is a non-partisan, multi-ethnic, multi-issue coalition of 50 religious congregations, schools, unions, and civil organizations.
On Sunday, December 5, Interfaith Youth Houston (IYH), a program of the interfaith peacebuilding organization, Jerusalem Peacebuilders (JPB), brought together nearly 40 Jewish, Christian, and Muslim youth and adults for a powerful Gratitude & Hospitality day of interfaith learning...
The Most Rev. Michael Curry led a reflective day of prayer, meditation and contemplation on December 11 at St. Martin’s, Houston—part of the church’s Advent Quiet Day celebration.