After a nationwide search, officials at The Episcopal Diocese of Texas announced today that Elena Marks has been named president and chief executive officer of the Diocese’s new Episcopal Health Foundation beginning January 13, 2014.
Bishop Andy Doyle announced today the appointment of the Rev. Kai Ryan, rector of Ascension, Dallas, as his new Canon to the Ordinary, effective January 1, 2014. Ryan will replace the Rev. Canon Ann Normand who retires in early 2014.
Christ Church Cathedral in Houston hosted an interfaith Iftaar on Thursday night, presented by the Friends of Iman, a group of young adults who organize education and interfaith activities in memory of Iman Haq, a young Muslim woman who died at the age of 20.
In a service of thanksgiving filled with symbolic gestures, inspirational music, the Diocese of Texas marked an historic moment in its life—transferring St. Luke’s Episcopal Health System to Catholic Health Initiatives.
The Board of Directors from Faith Village recently the letter below detailing the closing of the wildfire relief housing center, located in Smithville, Texas. Since March 2012, Faith Village has been providing temporary housing and support for volunteer work groups engaged in...
Episcopal Relief & Development has been in contact with local partners in the Episcopal dioceses of Fort Worth and Oklahoma following tornadoes on May 16 and May 20 that caused severe damage and loss of life. These devastating events were caused by a large storm system that set off...
The Episcopal Diocese of Texas approved today a Definitive Agreement for the transfer of St. Luke’s Episcopal Health System to Catholic Health Initiatives, a nationally recognized health care system.
The Diocese of Texas kicks off THE Conference on May 3-5, 2013, featuring a slate of dynamic speakers who will inspire and equip participants both personally and as leaders in their congregations.