On February 7, St. Stephen’s Episcopal School celebrated National Signing Day with a special ceremony honoring the nine members of the Class of 2018 who have signed to play sports at the college level. The full school community celebrates these outstanding student-athletes for their tremendous...
Houston, Texas - The Episcopal Church of the Epiphany announces its second Blessing of the Bicycles on Sunday, March 4, at 3 PM. All are welcome to bring their bicycles into the sanctuary to be blessed.
A new Texas law took effect this year: SB 4. Under SB 4, if local law enforcement officers don’t cooperate with federal immigration agents, they’re breaking the law. So it’s now illegal to be a sanctuary city in Texas.
During Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s visit to the Diocese of Texas Jan. 30-31, clergy and church members shared stories of Hurricane Harvey’s epic flooding and aftermath.
Book sale helps library in Port Aransas recover from Harvey ruins
The Texas Community Centered Health Homes (CCHH) Initiative is helping clinics battle a frustrating dilemma: “What good does it do to treat people if we keep sending them back to the conditions that make them sick?”
Episcopalians want to grow spiritually. Research from over 200 congregations and 12,000 Episcopalians conducted by Forward Movement is summarized in a recently published paper rooted in extensive work on spiritual growth and vitality.
The Rt. Rev. Edward J. Konieczny was elected by the Executive Council on January 23 to serve as the Episcopal Church bishop member on the Anglican Consultative Council (ACC).