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The Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth, and the entire Episcopal Church, welcomes you in the name of Jesus Christ.

We are a welcoming and affirming group of local Christian communities in and around the Fort Worth area who are united with The Episcopal Church, a province of the worldwide Anglican Communion, and a part of the one, holy, catholic, and apostolic Church.

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Upcoming Events

09/01/2014 -- Diocesan office closed for holiday, .

09/01/2014 -- Labor Day

09/01/2014 -- CANCELLED -EDFW Clergy Lunch & Conversations, 12:00 pm, EDFW Office, 4301 Meadowbrook Dr., Fort Worth, TX 76103.

09/01/2014 -- Standing Committee, 3:00 pm, Trinity Episcopal Church, 3401 Bellaire Dr. S, Fort Worth 76109.

09/02/2014 -- Diocesan Staff Meeting, 9:15 am, Diocesan Office, 4301 Meadowbrook Dr, Ft Worth, TX 76103.

09/03/2014 -- MOVED_Management Workgroup, 4:30 pm, Diocesan Office, 4301 Meadowbrook Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76103, United States.

09/09/2014 -- Diocesan Staff Meeting, 9:15 am, Diocesan Office, 4301 Meadowbrook Dr, Ft Worth, TX 76103.

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Local Church News

St. Martin shows up for ribbon cutting

St. Martin himself showed up for a celebratory ribbon cutting at St. Martin’s Episcopal Preschool at St. Martin-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church, Keller, on Thursday, August 28, 2014. Members of the Greater Keller Chamber of Commerce also joined the crowd of parishioners, … Continue reading

New book of daily prayers – ‘Daily Prayer for All Seasons’

A new book of daily prayers developed by the Standing Commission on Liturgy and Music of The Episcopal Church is now available. Episcopal News Service announced Daily Prayer for all Seasons, “a daily office for the 21st century,” suitable for individuals, small groups, and … Continue reading

Welcome treat in August heat

A diocesan ice cream social was a welcome treat in the August heat on Saturday, August 23, 2014, at St. Christopher Episcopal Church, Fort Worth. Members of St. Christopher provided several containers of homemade ice cream, including Heath Bar, Oreo … Continue reading

Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth receives prayers from Anglicans around the world

The Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth and our bishop are being prayed for by Anglicans around the globe through the Anglican Cycle of Prayer. The morning prayer service of includes this prayer cycle, and features a photo of St. Martin-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church in Keller/Southlake. Continue reading

Episcopalians invited to respond to Status of Women questionnaire

The Office of Public Affairs of The Episcopal Church has invited responses to the 2015 United Nations Commission on the Status of Women. The news release is below: [August 12, 2014] Input is requested from members of The Episcopal Church for … Continue reading

Constable Fund grants application process open

The Office of Public Affairs of The Episcopal Church has announced that the application process is now open for Constable Fund grants for the 2014-2015 cycle. Applications can be submitted by a programmatic office of the DFMS, one of the General … Continue reading

Anglican Cycle of Prayer includes Diocese on August 19, 2014

Bishop Rayford B. HIgh, Jr., received this email from Lambeth Palace, office and official residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury, on Friday, August 15. ———— Dear Bishop, Warm greetings from Lambeth Palace in London. This is to let you know … Continue reading

The Episcopal Church responds in Ferguson, Mo.

On Thursday, August 14, the Rt. Rev. Stacy Sauls, chief operating officer of the Episcopal Church Center in New York City, wrote to the Executive Council of The Episcopal Church about how church staff and Episcopal congregations are responding to … Continue reading

Packing lunches, touching lives

On the second Sunday of every month, teens and parents gather at St. Martin-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church, Keller, to make peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and put together a complete lunch (water bottle, sandwich, chips, protein bar, and dessert) for the … Continue reading

Yum! Come to an Ice Cream Social at St. Christopher on August 23

Come and enjoy cool homemade ice creams and beat the summer heat at an Ice Cream Social on Saturday, August 23 from 2:30 – 5 pm at St. Christopher Episcopal Church, 3550 SW Loop 820, Fort Worth, TX.   Can I… Bring friends? Absolutely, that … Continue reading

Steinke resources offered free

Did you miss Peter Steinke’s April and June workshops here in the Diocese of Fort Worth? Does your congregation need help finding its way through anxious times? Steinke’s DVD When Anxiety Strikes and his book How Your Church Family Works are both available through the diocesan office for use in your congregation. Continue reading

Judge Mollee Westfall featured in news story

State District Judge Mollee Westfall, member of All Saints Episcopal Church, Fort Worth, and the Standing Committee of the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth, is featured in a front page article of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram Thursday, August 7, 2014 … Continue reading

ERD helping victims of Ebola epidemic

The fact that Dr. Kent Brantly, 33, one of the Americans infected with the Ebola virus, trained as a resident at John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth and worshiped at Southside Church of Christ on Hemphill Street when he lived here … Continue reading

A deacon and a bishop reflect on Cursillo

Why go to Cursillo? Here are two reflections on the lasting impact of Cursillo on lives of lay and ordained alike. Cursillo #3 will be at Glen Lake Camp and Retreat Center in Glen Rose September 11-14, 2014.   The Rev. Tracie Middleton, St. … Continue reading

All women invited to Trinity Quiet Day

The Rev. Carlye Hughes will lead a Quiet Day for the women of Trinity Episcopal Church, Fort Worth from 9 am to 2 pm on Saturday, August 16, 2014. The day is open to women from other parishes. Participants are asked to … Continue reading

RSS Churchwide News

  • Social and environmental justice are intimately, profoundly linked
    [Anglican Communion Environmental Network press release] “Sleeper awake!” is the opening call of a new Anglican resource for the Season of Creation, the third in a series published by the Anglican Church in Southern Africa. The resource has sermon notes and liturgical materials covering the themes of climate change, eco-justice, water, creation and redemptio
  • Pilgrimage to Bishop Charles Henry Brent’s birthplace a joyous occasion
    [Diocese of Toronto] Dr. John Alipit’s pilgrimage came to an emotional end inside St. George, Newcastle. Dr. Alipit, born and raised in the Philippines and now living in Michigan, came to St. George’s in early August to pay homage to the man who had converted his parents to Christianity and provided him with an education […]
  • Episcopal priest helps campaign to house 100K homeless Americans
    [Community Solutions press release] An Episcopal priest has helped to spearhead a successful national campaign to find permanent housing for 100,000 homeless Americans in fewer than four years. The Rev. Linda M. Kaufman, canonically resident in the Episcopal Diocese of Washington, directed national field organizing for the 100,000 Homes Campaign, which annou
  • La Universidad de Cuttington y la diócesis de Liberia en el epicentro de la crisis del ébola
    [Episcopal News Service] La Universidad de Cuttington en Liberia, localizada en uno de los epicentros del brote del ébola en África Occidental, está atendiendo a sus comunidades vecinas, al tiempo que se preocupa del impacto de la epidemia en el futuro de la escuela, actualmente cerrada, y lamenta la pérdida de graduados y amigos. Entre […]
  • Liberia’s Cuttington University, diocese at epicenter of Ebola crisis
    [Episcopal News Service] Liberia’s Cuttington University, located near one of the epicenters of West Africa’s Ebola outbreak, is reaching out to its surrounding communities while worrying about the epidemic’s impact on the now-closed school’s future, and mourning the loss of graduates and friends. Meanwhile, throughout Liberia and Sierra Leone, Episcopal Rel