The goal was to minister to residents of the Third Ward who have suffered the crushing effects of COVID-19 with job loss, family disruption, financial hardship, illness and even death. And the Great Outdoor Health Fair, a COVID-safe event with masks and social distancing, did exactly that.
Trinity, Marshall, celebrated the blessing of a New Ministry, officially welcoming the Rev. Sean Duncan to his position as rector. The Rt. Rev. Jeff W. Fisher officiated the service on May 2, 2021.
Plum Grove Church Plant teamed up with Liberty County Food Bank and the Texas Department of State Health Services to distribute COVID-19 vaccines, over 200 boxes of food and clothing items to families in need.
The Episcopal Diocese of Texas continues to amplify its mission. This time around, by consecrating a new church plant—St. Clare’s in Tyler.
Over one hundred St. John the Divine, Houston, parishioners came together to pack 30,000 nutritious meals for children in Zambia on Saturday, April 17, 2021. The recipients of the meals are served by international non-profit Family Legacy.
Christ Church, Nacogdoches, is making a difference in food security within their community.
On Palm Sunday 2020, the Rev. Alvaro Pinzon, Ph.D., curate at St. Peter’s, Pasadena, received a message from God—one which at that time felt like an imaginable task.
Like most churches and ministries, when the pandemic of 2020 caused the closure of in-person gatherings, FIND – School for Spiritual Direction and Formation quickly maneuvered the virtual world and began offering classes via Zoom.