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2015 Diocesan Convention: Nov. 13-14

Learn what happened at Diocesan Convention, now completed. Click here or on the convention logo below for a recap of decisions made at Convention and resources shared.

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Local Church News

St. Martin’s school children embrace Thanksgiving spirit

With Thanksgiving approaching, the students of St. Martin’s Episcopal School talked about many things that they were thankful for, including family, friends, toys, candy and Jesus. The Rev. Scot McComas, rector, and Ms. Corrie Cabe, school chaplain, both participated. During … Continue reading

Waiting for the Baby — Bishop Mayer’s Advent message

Bishop Scott Mayer has issued an Advent message to the diocese, wishing us all a blessed season.. Find more Advent resources here.

Advent resources for 2015

Do you want to add meaning and joy to your Advent journey, as you prepare your heart for Christmastide in hopeful expectation? Online resources can provide some inspiration in the midst of your busyness Watch a video Advent message from Bishop … Continue reading

Bishop Mayer quoted in Star-Telegram on plight of Syrian refugees

  Bishop Scott Mayer continues to speak on behalf of Syrian refugees. Following the terrorist attacks in Paris, polarizing debates continue on issues that cross both theological and political lines. Dallas-Fort Worth clergy have much to say about this situation, … Continue reading

Lutherans host forum on gun laws in relation to houses of worship

Are you wondering how the recently passed Texas gun laws may affect churches and other houses of worship? Our Lutheran neighbors in the Northern Texas – Northern Louisiana Mission Area of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) are hosting a … Continue reading

Trinity to celebrate with Lutheran neighbors for Thanksgiving

Trinity Episcopal Church will join with five neighboring Lutheran churches for a Thanksgiving Eve Service this year. Trinity will join with five area Lutheran churches: Faith, Grace, St. Matthew’s, San Gabriel and Trinity Lutheran. Trinity will host the service, scheduled … Continue reading

RSS Churchwide News

  • EPPN: support criminal justice reform
    [Episcopal Public Policy Network] “Remember them that are in bonds, as bound with them; and them which suffer adversity, as being yourselves also in the body.”                                                                                                                                          Hebrews 13:3 It’s no secret that the Bureau of Federal Prisons is severely overcrowded. Operating at nearly 40 percent of its capacity, the federal prison population has grown […]
  • Episcopal Relief & Development invites Episcopalians to build church presence on asset map
    [Episcopal Relief & Development press release] Episcopal Relief & Development invites congregations, dioceses and institutions across the 50 U.S. states – and soon throughout the entire Episcopal Church – to promote their ministries on on the Episcopal Asset Map, a joint project of Episcopal Relief & Development and the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society. The […]
  • Queen Elizabeth speaks on Christian unity and Primates Meeting
    [Anglican Communion News Service] Queen Elizabeth II has opened the 10th five-year-term of the Church of England’s General Synod with an address which spoke of major advances in Christian unity and the need for prayer for January’s Primates Meeting. Earlier, during a sermon at a Eucharist in Westminster Abbey attended by the Queen and other […]
  • United Thank Offering Board presents December challenge
    [Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs press release] The board of the United Thank Offering has presented a challenge to The Episcopal Church to benefit a special grant of $30,000 for Episcopal Migration Ministries. Deemed Advent: Journey from Gratitude to Hope, the United Thank Offering board is challenging Episcopalians to support refugee welcome in the […]
  • Archbishop Welby speaks of heartbreak following Paris attacks
    [Anglican Communion News Service] Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has spoken of the “utterly heart-breaking” attacks in Paris earlier this month, during an interview for the BBC television worship program Songs of Praise. “My wife and I lived in Paris for five years and it was one of the happiest places we have lived; and […]