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Bishop High on immigration, Ferguson

As your bishop, I want to share my thoughts on our president’s recent announcement concerning immigration and on events in Ferguson, Missouri. It is my sincere hope the president’s action will result in true and comprehensive immigration reform through our … Continue reading

Applications open for Official Youth Presence at General Convention

Applications and nominations are now accepted for high school teens to participate in the General Convention Official Youth Presence (GCOYP) at the Episcopal Church 78th General Convention to be held June 25 – July 3, 2015 in Salt Lake City, UT. In collaboration … Continue reading

Letter gives thanks for grant

Among the ten grants the Mission and Outreach Committee of the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth awarded in early October, 2014, was a matching grant of $3,000 to Christian Community Assistance/St. Christopher, Fort Worth, for a new telephone system. Recently Bishop … Continue reading

Fun, foolishness raises big funds at 2014 Diocesan Convention

There was fun and foolishness at diocesan convention, all for two very good causes. The organized silliness raised thousands of dollars for the Native American Youth Ministries and the Emergency Propane Fund of the Episcopal Diocese of South Dakota. At … Continue reading

Trinity, Fort Worth, outreach featured in Star-Telegram

The outreach efforts of Trinity, Fort Worth, as “part of the South Central Alliance of Churches’ mission to get turkeys and trimmings into the hands of some of Fort Worth’s most disadvantaged residents” was featured with a large photo and … Continue reading

Handouts from Convention Workshops

The three workshops at the 2014 Diocesan Convention were very successful. The Oldest Profession: In the Beginning was the Word workshop on communication was given by Kai Ryan, Canon to the Ordinary,  and Carol Barnwell, Director of Communication for the … Continue reading

Convention Stewardship Workshop PowerPoint

Handout Generations and Stewardship Episcopal 2014

Mary MacGregor Questions to Consider

Handout for Church Planting workshop

2014 Diocesan Convention Social Media Transcript

We are sharing a chronological transcript of social media posts from our 2014 Convention November 14-15, 2014, as it tracks the flow and events of our convention. We chose to use the hashtag #DioFW for Convention conversations on Twitter, Instagram and Flickr. Attendees of the Convention … Continue reading

The Rev. Curt Norman elected president of Standing Committee

The Rev. Curt Norman, rector of St. Luke’s, Stephenville, was elected president of the Standing Committee at a brief meeting on the second day of the 32nd Diocesan Convention on November 15, 2014, at the Jack Daniels Club at Globe … Continue reading

Bishop High’s Address to Diocesan Convention

This is the text of the address of the Rt. Rev. Rayford B.High, Jr., sixth bishop of Fort Worth, to the 2014 Diocesan Convention, November 15, 2014, at Globe Life Park in Arlington. ———— Around 55 A.D., at Ephesus, Paul … Continue reading

Elections at 2014 Diocesan Convention

The 32nd Convention of the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth at Globe Life Park in Arlington elected these people to positions on Friday, November 14: Becky Snell, St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Keller; lay member of Disciplinary Board Andrew Benko, St. Christopher, Fort Worth; … Continue reading

2014 Diocesan Convention opens with worship

The 32nd Convention of the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth at Globe Life Park in Arlington opened Friday, November 14, with Eucharist celebrated by the Rt. Rev. Rayford B. High, Jr., 6th bishop of the diocese. The Rt. Rev. C. … Continue reading

Announcing a new blog: Beauty & Bravery

Beauty and Bravery is a new blog, a new way of connecting in the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth. Our diocesan communications team does an excellent job of sharing the who, what, when, where, and how news about many of … Continue reading

Bishop High visits St. Martin’s, Keller

The Rt. Rev. Rayford B. High, Jr., visited St. Martin in the Fields Episcopal Church, Keller, on Sunday, November 9, 2014. Two were baptised, Leslie Fowles and Nicholas Hardman. The bishop received three, Kathy Wilkinson, Gary Wilkinson and John Dumbleton, and confirmed four, Leslie … Continue reading

RSS Churchwide News

  • Conferencia de mujeres reúne a episcopales de Brasil y Uruguay
    [Episcopal News Service – Montevideo, Uruguay] Algunas de las mujeres empezaron a ahorrar dinero con más de seis meses de antelación y algunas viajaron 12 horas en autobús desde el otro lado de la frontera para asistir a esta conferencia binacional, que ha unido durante más de ocho años a mujeres brasileñas y uruguayas mediante […]
  • Declaración de la Obispa Presidente sobre el camino a seguir a partir de Ferguson
    [26 de noviembre del 2014] La Obispa Presidente de la Iglesia Episcopal Katharine Jefferts Schori ha emitido la siguiente declaración sobre el camino a seguir a partir de Ferguson: La Iglesia Episcopal se une a muchos otros en profundo lamento por la trágica realidad que no cesa de revelarse en Ferguson, Missouri. El racismo en […]
  • Resources and reflections on the Ferguson decision
    [Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs press release] Following the recent announcement of the grand jury decision in Ferguson, MO, The Episcopal Church is providing resources for understanding, reflecting, praying and participating in a spirit-filled response. “The decision in Ferguson has reached into the hearts of every American,” noted Bishop Stacy S
  • Newark Bishop Mark Beckwith’s statement on Ferguson
    [Episcopal Diocese of Newark] The Thanksgiving holiday has been inconvenienced by an early snowfall; and the spirit of gratitude which accompanies the holiday has been blunted by the tragic reality that continues to emerge from Ferguson, Missouri. The weather may make it difficult, and in some cases impossible, for people to gather for the Thanksgiving […]
  • Resources for Advent waiting