Diocese Joins in Prayers for Santa Fe Victims and Families Community-wide Prayer Service Set in Nearby Dickinson
As some of you are now aware there was a school shooting in Santa Fe, Texas, just a few miles southeast of Houston. Multiple fatalities have been confirmed according to Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez.
Ronn McFarlane, World-Renowned Lutenist, to Perform at St. Thomas the Apostle Episcopal Church
Ronn McFarlane is a world-renowned Lutenist. He strives to bring the lute - the most popular instrument of the Renaissance - into today’s musical mainstream and make it accessible to a wider audience. He has a unique ability to bring the beauty of the lute to a wide, crossover audience. He is a...
The Rev. Micah Jackson Named Next President of Bexley Seabury Seminary
Bexley Seabury Seminary announced today that the Rev. Micah T.J. Jackson has been named as its new president, succeeding the Rev. Dr. Roger Ferlo, who retired in the fall of 2017. The Rev. Jackson will assume the presidency on June 1, 2018.
Planning Team for House of Bishops’ Pastoral Response Presents Information on Listening Session
The Planning Team for the House of Bishops’ Pastoral Response to #MeToo has presented the following information for the Listening Session, which is scheduled for July 4 during General Convention and will focus on listening, liturgy, and steps for healing.
Mayor Adler Proclaims May 10 “Hai Zheng Day”
St. Stephen’s Episcopal School faculty member Hai Zheng Olefsky recently was honored by Mayor Steve Adler and the City of Austin for her work to develop and support the cultural life of the city. On May 10, 2018, the mayor proclaimed it Hai Zheng Day “for her generous and talented contributions...
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry spoke to a large group of Episcopalians in Austin May 5 about what it means to be a disciple. The event was sponsored by formation directors of Austin area churches and was held at Church of the Good Shepherd. Video by Noah Powell
Icons in Transformation Exhibit Inspires Hope and Wonder to Visitors
Walking through the long entry way at St. Thomas the Apostle, Nassau Bay, one can’t help but be in awe of the colorful and captivating art pieces hanging from the ceiling and on the walls. In the foyer, a huge contemporary crown of thorns shimmers in azure and gold and beyond four-by eight-foot...