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Local Church News

News coverage of Ash Wednesday features Episcopalians

Ash Wednesday news coverage in the Fort Worth – Dallas area featured congregations of our diocese. Ellen Bryan of NBC Channel 5 News interviewed the Rev. Karen Calafat of St. Luke’s in the Meadow, Fort Worth, about the burning of … Continue reading

Godly Play training offered

All Saints’ Episcopal Church, Fort Worth, will host a Core Godly Play Training course March 3-5. Anyone interested in learning this Montessori-based method of facilitating children’s learning is invited to register. A Godly Play Foundation participation certificate will be awarded upon completion … Continue reading

All Saints’ offers help for job hunters

If you are in the job market, or know someone who is, free professional help is available at All Saints’ Episcopal Church in Fort Worth. The Career Solutions Workshop is a useful resource for anyone seeking new employment, or hoping … Continue reading

Invitation to a Holy Lent

As Ash Wednesday approaches, Bishop Scott Mayer invites us into a holy Lent.  Lent is the liturgical season that begins with Ash Wednesday and continues for approximately 40 days before culminating in Easter Sunday. On Ash Wednesday, Episcopalians and other … Continue reading

How to make ashes for Ash Wednesday

It is the season of ashes. Ash Wednesday is February 10.  On this day, the beginning of Lent, Episcopalians join other Christians around the world in participating in an ancient ritual. We have crosses of ash placed on our foreheads … Continue reading

Join us for Ash Wednesday and Lent

Lent begins on Ash Wednesday and continues for approximately 40 days before culminating in Easter Sunday. Ash Wednesday is on February 10 this year. Lent traditionally has been a time of retreat, reflection, and repentance, a time to clear away … Continue reading

RSS Churchwide News

  • Church of England unveils logo for Queen Elizabeth’s 90th birthday
    [Anglican Communion News Service] The Church of England has unveiled the logo that it will use for its celebrations of Queen Elizabeth II’s 90 birthday, after running a design competition through church schools. Ten-year-old Lucas Salinger from Potten End C of E Primary School in Hertfordshire, part of the St Albans Diocese, drew the winning design, […]
  • Australian Anglicans consult on climate change
    [Anglican Communion News Service] Anglicans from across Australia and the world gathered in Melbourne this week to hear first-hand accounts of the impact climate change is having on local communities. Rose Elu from the Torres Strait Islands and Tagolyn Kabekabe from the Solomon Islands explained how communities are responding to their changing situation. The Ash […]
  • George Takeli named as Archbishop of Melanesia
    [Anglican Communion News Service] The Rt. Rev. George Takeli, bishop of Temotu, has been named as the Anglican Church of Melanesia’s new archbishop and primate. Takeli will be enthroned on April 17 at the Saint Barnabas Provincial Cathedral and will also become bishop of the Diocese of Central Melanesia. He succeeds Archbishop David Vunagi who retired […]
  • Brazil’s churches respond to Zika virus through Lent campaign
    [Anglican Alliance] The Episcopal Anglican Church of Brazil has joined with other churches in the country to raise awareness of the Zika virus and promote preventative measures through an ecumenical Lenten campaign for a healthy environment. The campaign, “Care for our Common Home,” lifts up the right to clean water and sanitation in Brazil, a significant […]
  • Canada: Toronto parish considers unique partner for refugee sponsorship
    [Anglican Journal] An unusual refugee sponsorship is underway in Toronto, where the midtown Church of the Transfiguration and staff at Church House, the national office of the Anglican Church of Canada, are considering the possibility of pooling their resources to bring in and support a refugee family in 2016. At a meeting held Feb. 8, […]