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
For many of us, meeting together to read from Scripture, talk, listen, laugh, pray, and discuss simple homework assignments is a cherished facet of church life. Imagine if the group was comprised of as many people of color as white people, co-led by a person of color, and meeting to take a deep...
The youth minister at Trinity Episcopal Church is big on mission trips. Since she’s been there, they have gone on mission trips to St. Louis to work the intercity, southeast Texas to help with flood relief, New Orleans to minister to the homeless and Baton Rouge to restore a daycare for the...
Wednesday, September 8, 2021Holy Spirit Episcopal Church, Waco1624 Wooded Acres Dr. Waco, TX 7671012 - 6 p.m.
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.