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Deacons have new assignments

Two deacons in the diocese have new assignments that will begin September 1.. The Rev. Tracie Middleton will begin serving at Trinity, Fort Worth, with a  focus on mission and outreach work. Middleton came to the diocese in 2011. She is … Continue reading

Daughters of Abraham to meet at All Saints’, Fort Worth

Three faiths, one community. Is it possible for hundreds of Jewish, Muslim and Christian Women to not only get along but to grow to love one another as sisters? Yes, it is, and it’s happening right here in this community. … Continue reading

Portraits of Bishops Mayer and Curry available

Several congregations have inquired about obtaining photos of Bishop J. Scott Mayer and Presiding Bishop Michael Curry suitable to display in their buildings.   This portrait of Bishop Mayer suitable for framing is available here for download. Photographer Lefty Brandon took … Continue reading

Save the dates: three ordinations

The following ordinations are coming up in the next few months; two will be held in the Diocese of Texas. Save the dates so you can plan to attend. Lynne Waltman – September 14, 7 pm at All Saints’ in … Continue reading

Note deadlines for submissions related to business at 2016 Convention

The 34th Annual Convention of the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth is coming up November 11-12, 2016. Take note of the following deadlines, templates, and guidelines related to submitting information, proposals, nominations, and anything else required for the business of Convention. … Continue reading

Church hospitality for a video game can create new connections

This article by Susan Kleinwechter, communications and publications director at St.-Martin-in-the-Fields, Keller, tells how one parish in the diocese is using the wildly popular game of Pokémon GO as an opportunity for outreach. She also offers suggestions for how other congregations … Continue reading

RSS Churchwide News

  • A lament over Munich from Europe Bishop Pierre Whalon
    You know, God, that I am tired, I am sick and tired, of regularly writing these reflections. I do so because I am bishop for these lands. My heart goes out once again to a city battered and mauled by a kid with a gun. A few days ago, another town, Würzburg, and a boy […]
  • Episcopal churches go for Pokémon Go
    [Episcopal News Service] Pokémon Go is a game, but Christie Tugend is ready to nominate it for a Nobel Peace Prize. “In the middle of these contentious times, people are coming out of their houses,” said Tugend, parish administrator for Christ Church, Coronado, in the Diocese of San Diego. “They’re walking their neighborhoods and public […]
  • United Society reclaims familiar USPG name
    [Anglican Communion News Service] The Anglican mission agency United Society is to resume using the more familiar name USPG by which it was known between 1956 and 2012. But the agency is not returning to its former full name of United Society for the Propagation of the Gospel. The new full name will be the […]
  • Episcopal Church celebrates Bishop Browning’s life, bids him farewell
    [Episcopal Diocese of Oregon] The Episcopal Church bid farewell to Bishop Edmond Lee Browning, the church’s 24th presiding bishop, on July 19 at Trinity Cathedral in Portland, Oregon. Browning died on July 11 at the age of 87. He lived in Hood River, Oregon. A funeral liturgy was held July 17 at St. Mark’s Episcopal […]
  • Bexley Seabury consolidates in Chicago’s Hyde Park/Woodlawn district
    [Bexley Seabury press release] Effective July 25, Bexley Seabury, one of 10 accredited seminaries of the Episcopal Church, will consolidate under one roof at Chicago Theological Seminary, 1407 East 60th Street, Chicago, Illinois, 60637, making it the sixth (only Episcopal) seminary* in Chicago’s historic Hyde Park/Woodlawn district. The move makes it easier for students of […]