Houses of worship have grown more sophisticated in their handling of the surge in anxiety among congregants since the pandemic began
While preaching few years ago, a notable pastor made comments on homosexuality that were recorded and posted on the internet. Her comments went viral. Many viewers—Christians and non-Christians alike—acknowledged that while portions of the comments were in line with Scripture, the delivery was...
On July 14, representatives from ten-congregations in the Central Convocation as well as two-Canterbury missions gathered for a Zoom Food Summit to share about their food-related ministries.
St. Mark’s, Beaumont, is teaming up with Matityahu Homeless Ministry to combat homelessness.
St. Thomas the Apostle, Nassau Bay, is once again gearing up for their upcoming food distribution taking place August 7, 2021. The parish will be teaming up with the Galveston Food Bank.
The need for food to get through hard times is made easier thanks to the combined efforts of church groups in Alvin, and there are still plenty of people who need extra food for their families.
The Texas Assembly of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew announced the scholarship recipients of 2021. Emily Sharp from Holy Comforter, Spring, was named first place and received the $2,000 scholarship.
Due to the COVID pandemic, many people were and are still unable to pay their rent. Because the government stepped in and would not allow landlords to evict tenants, people have been able to stay in their rental property, while their delinquent rent continued to add up each month