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The Longest Night – a service of remembrance on December 20

St. Martin-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church in Keller/Soutlake invites you to a service of remembrance, The Longest Night, at 5 pm on December 20, 2014. The holidays are often the loneliest time of the year for those who have experienced recent loss in … Continue reading

Episcopalian joins other scholars to review Texas textbooks

In early 2014 David Brockman, Ph.D,  parishioner at St. Luke’s in the Meadow, Fort Worth, was asked by the nonprofit watchdog group Texas Freedom Network (TFN) to join ten other scholars in an independent review of the social studies textbooks up … Continue reading

St. Christopher, Fort Worth, gets a Cheer

The Op-Ed Page of the Wednesday, December 17, 2014, Fort Worth Star-Telegram featured a Cheer for St. Christopher, Fort Worth. The text says: Cheers: To St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church. I was invited by a close friend to share in their Thanksgiving … Continue reading

Episcopalians support Hood County Christmas for Children

Hood County Christmas for Children volunteers will distribute toys to thousands of children on Wednesday, December 17, 2014. Christmas for Children is one of the charities supported by the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, Granbury. It serves the children … Continue reading

Take advantage of free leadership training webinars

The Episcopal Church Foundation (ECF) regularly offers free leadership training webinars to support lay and clergy leaders in our ministries. Look over the topics below, and take advantage of those that would be most helpful to you. This information is reprinted from the ECF … Continue reading

Amy Haynie instituted as priest in charge in Wichita Falls

The Rev. Amy Haynie was instituted as priest in charge of the Episcopal Church of Wichita Falls during a Celebration of a New Ministry on Wednesday, December 10, 2014. The Rt. Rev. Rayford B. High, Jr., celebrated and preached. She … Continue reading

Bishop High visits Episcopal Church of Hamilton County

Bishop Rayford B. HIgh, Jr., visited the Episcopal Church of Hamilton County on Sunday, December 7, 2014. He baptized Braden Avery Keay and reaffirmed the baptismal vows of Braden’s grandfather, Jim Keay. There was a pot luck lunch afterward. See more photos … Continue reading

Christmas Choral Offering presented by St. Elisabeth’s and Christ the King

St. Elisabeth’s and Christ the King presents their annual Christmas Choral Offering on Sunday, December 21 at 7:30pm. The event features a concert by the choir, joined by the congregation for some caroling, and a reception afterwards. “We have a … Continue reading

Christmas Concert December 14 at All Saints’, Fort Worth

All Saints’ Episcopal Church, Fort Worth,  will present a Concert of Christmas Music at 5 pm Sunday, December 14, 2014. The program will feature harpist Yumiko Endo Schlaffer, Dallas Symphony violinist Andrew Schast,  and All Saints’ organist and choirmaster Frederick … Continue reading

Christmas shopping supports St. Alban’s outreach

St. Alban’s, Arlington, is conducting a “Schwan’s Cares” fundraiser to support the congregation’s outreach ministries that might just solve Christmas shopping problems from the comfort of one’s home. Here’s how it works: Log into  and in the search field … Continue reading

Let’s Play Godball!

Let’s Play Godball!  Unorthodox Sermons by a Circuit Rider Episcopal Priest  from Middle Texas by the Rev. Bruce Coggin, retired priest of the diocese, is now available from The sermons were all preached between 2009 and 2014 as Coggin … Continue reading

Lost and found at 2014 Diocesan Convention

There were a few items left behind after the 2014 Diocesan Convention. Two scarves — one seemed to have been newly purchased — and a pair of gloves were left at the Jack Daniels Club. All these items are now … Continue reading

St. Stephen’s, Hurst, calls interim priest in charge

St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Hurst, has called the Rev. Robert Gross to be their interim priest in charge. Gross was ordained a priest on December 6, 2008, in the Episcopal Diocese of the Rio Grande. In the fall of 2014, … Continue reading

St. Martin’s, Keller, announces new rector

St. Martin-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church, Keller, announced on Tuesday, December 2, that their new, and third, rector is the Rev. Scot McComas. He will start on February 9, 2015. McComas has spent ten years in ordained ministry, with experience in parishes … Continue reading

Episcopal Parties File Motion for Partial Summary Judgment Under Neutral Principles

On December 1, 2014, Plaintiffs The Episcopal Church, Local Episcopal Parties, and Local Episcopal Congregations filed a joint motion for partial summary judgment in the 141st District Court, the Honorable John P. Chupp presiding. As the motion states: “Defendants are former … Continue reading

RSS Churchwide News

  • El cine religioso: ¿favorece o perjudica la narrativa Cristiana?
    [Episcopal News Service] Éxodo: dioses y reyes [Exodus: Gods and Kings], la última de una serie de películas con temas religiosos de este año, protagonizada por Christian Bale en el papel de Moisés, se estrenó el 12 de diciembre, pero, ¿pueden considerarse, ésta y otras de su género, películas cristianas? Y ¿favorecen —o afectan negativamente— […]
  • Presiding Bishop makes historic visit to northern Haiti
    [Episcopal News Service – Cap-Haitien, Haiti] Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori recently became the first ever primate to visit northern Haiti. “It is a very significant visit for us,” said the Rt. Rev. Ogé Beauvoir, bishop suffragan of the Diocese of Haiti, during a Dec. 15 interview with Episcopal News Service at the diocesan office […]
  • Southwest Florida taps the Rev. Palarine to lead DaySpring programs
    [Diocese of Southwest Florida press release] The Rev. John Palarine, a 40-year leader in youth and family ministries in The Episcopal Church, will join the Diocese of Southwest Florida as program director for diocesan youth programs and the DaySpring Episcopal Camp and Conference Center. The full-time position comes at a time when DaySpring is expanding […]
  • Saint Mark’s Cathedral calls Michael Kleinschmidt as canon musician
    [Saint Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral press release] Saint Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral in Seattle announces the calling of Michael Kleinschmidt to serve as canon musician. He will begin his ministry here on March 1, 2015. Since 2010 he has served as canon for cathedral music at Trinity Cathedral in Portland, Oregon, having previously served at Trinity Church, Cop
  • Froehlich named acting missioner for transition ministry
    [Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs press release] Bishop Stacy F. Sauls, chief operating officer of The Episcopal Church, has announced that the Rev. Canon Meghan Froehlich has been named acting missioner for transition ministry following a churchwide search. “Meghan was selected for this important position because she brings the strong technical and