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Experience Solemn Evensong at All Saints’, Fort Worth

Experience Solemn Evensong at 6 pm Sunday, March 1, at All Saints’ Episcopal Church, 5001 Crestline Road, Fort Worth, 76107. Music will include Plainsong Magnificat and Nunc dimittis, as well as Psalm 8 sung by the All Saints’ Choir directed by Organist … Continue reading

Executive Council to meet January 31

The Executive Council of the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth will meet from 10 am-2 pm Saturday, January 31, 2015, at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, 463 West Harwood Road, Hurst, Texas, 76054. Agenda Executive Council 20150131 This is the first … Continue reading

Prayer Cycle – 2015

The parishes and people of the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth pray continuously for each other, for our brothers and sisters throughout the Anglican Communion, and for those who have separated from us. The diocesan prayer cycle offers two PDF … Continue reading

Episcopal Parties file Response to Defendants’ Motion for Partial Summary Judgment

On Monday, December 22, 2014, Plaintiffs The Episcopal Church and the Local Episcopal Parties and Congregations filed their Response to the breakaway Defendants’ motion for partial summary judgment in the 141st Civil District Court of Tarrant County, the Honorable Judge … Continue reading

Diocesan Office hours during Christmas and New Year’s

The Diocesan Office will be closed for Christmas on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday (Dec. 24-26). The office will be open next week on Monday, Tuesday and Friday (Dec. 29, 30, and Jan. 2) but closed Wednesday and Thursday for New … Continue reading

Cursillo #3 rescheduled for January 8-11, 2015

UPDATE: this post has been updated to indicate that the cost to attend weekend has been waived. It’s free, a gift from the Cursillo community.  Cursillo #3 has been rescheduled for January 8-11, 2015 at Glen Lake Camp and Retreat Center in Glen Rose. Marti … Continue reading

Join us for Christmas worship!

Everyone is invited to join the Episcopalians of the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth as we celebrate the arrival of the Christ Child. Have a blessed and merry Christmas! Arlington St. Alban’s Episcopal Church Holding services at Theatre Arlington 305 … Continue reading

Bishop High visits St. Mary’s, Hillsboro

Bishop Rayford B. High, Jr., visited St. Mary’s, Hillsboro, on Sunday, December 21, 2014, where he celebrated and preached. There was a luncheon afterward at the home of David and Roberta Skelton. See more photos at the diocesan Flickr gallery. … Continue reading

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

RSS Churchwide News

  • West Texas notified of successful canonical consent process
    [Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs press release] The Office of Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori has notified the Diocese of West Texas that the Rt. Rev. David Reed has received the required majority of consents in the canonical consent process. As outlined under Canon III.11.4 (a), the Presiding Bishop confirmed the receip
  • Liberia’s Cuttington University needs help to reopen next month
    [Episcopal News Service] The Liberian government’s push to reopen the Ebola-stricken country’s public and private schools and universities in February is once again highlighting both the importance of The Episcopal Church of Liberia’s Cuttington University to the country and its precarious financial situation. The government’s order calls for the country’s 5
  • La Obispa Primada aborda el problema de la nacionalidad en la República Dominicana
    [Episcopal News Service – Santo Domingo, República Dominicana] Una gran concurrencia acudió a saludar a la obispa primada Katharine Jefferts Schori a mediados de diciembre en la iglesia de la Santa Cruz, en Santa Fe, en lo que una vez fuera el centro de la región azucarera de la República Dominicana en San Pedro de […]
  • Rob Wright among Georgia’s ‘100 Most Influential’
    [Diocese of Atlanta] Those recognized as Georgia’s 100 most influential people recognized Jan. 27 at a luncheon given by Georgia Trend magazine included Bishop Rob Wright. Georgia Trend included Bishop Wright in the listing with the state’s U.S. senators, the chancellor of the university system and business leaders for “wading into the gun debate, urging its
  • ‘No zero-sum solution’ to Israeli-Palestinian conflict
    [Episcopal News Service] In seeking a peaceful resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, people of faith need to be effective partners committed to hearing multiple narratives, say members of a broad U.S. interfaith delegation, led by Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori, during a weeklong pilgrimage to the Holy Land. The 15-memb