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Lynne Waltman to be ordained priest at All Saints’

Bishop Sam Hulsey will ordain Lynne Waltman to the priesthood at 7 pm on Wednesday, September 14 at All Saints’ Episcopal Church in Fort Worth. Waltman grew up in Lake Bluff, Illinois. She came to Texas in 1974 for graduate school … Continue reading

Noonday Prayer readers needed at Baylor All Saints Hospital

Baylor All Saints Hospital needs Noonday Prayer readers on Tuesdays and Wednesdays every week. Please call Deacon Janet Nocher at 817-292-1786 if you are willing to serve on one of these days. From the earliest days of the Church, people set … Continue reading

Support relief to Gulf Coast residents

A note from Episcopal Relief and Development regarding recent flooding in states along the Gulf Coast: Greetings, Sisters and Brothers in Christ. As flooding continues in the US Gulf Coast, Episcopalians are asking how to respond. Episcopal Relief & Development … Continue reading

Trinity Treasure Trove Resale Extravaganza set for August 27

The Trinity Treasure Trove Resale Extravaganza will be Saturday, Aug. 27 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Trinity Episcopal Church, 3401 Bellaire Drive South, Fort Worth, 76109. Come browse and buy from a carefully curated collection of clothing, furnishings, … Continue reading

Support outreach by enjoying “Guys and Dolls”

St. Alban’s meeting at Theatre Arlington is sponsoring a Thursday, September 8, benefit performance of “Guys and Dolls.” Everyone is invited to attend. The event, an exclusive preview of the performance, will help support outreach programs such as those with Crow … Continue reading

On Fire!

The theme for the 2016 Diocesan Convention November 11-12 at All Saints’ Episcopal School is On Fire With the Spirit.  The theme emerged from conversations among Bishop J. Scott Mayer and members of the diocesan staff about exciting and innovative … Continue reading

RSS Churchwide News

  • Three-centuries-old mission agency USPG launches new name and look
    [Anglican Communion News Service] One of the oldest Anglican mission agencies has returned to its historic name USPG. The 315-year-old charity, which was briefly called United Society (Us) has responded to calls from its supporters to reclaim its former name, which it re-launched this weekend at the Greenbelt Christian arts festival in Northampton, England. In 2012, […]
  • Invitan a los episcopales a apoyar a los que protestan contra el oleoducto y a unirse en su defensa
    [Episcopal News Service] Luego de su declaración de apoyo a la protesta por el Oleoducto para el Acceso a las Dakotas del 25 de agosto, el obispo primado Michael Curry está invitando a todos los episcopales a ayudar a la Diócesis de Dakota del Norte en su tarea de ministrar a los manifestantes. Ese apoyo, […]
  • Episcopales respaldan las protestas de nativoamericanos al oleoducto de Dakota del Norte
    [Episcopal News Service] Los episcopales están codo con codo con otras personas que protestan en un esfuerzo creciente de las tribus nativoamericanas de evitar que una compañía petrolera construya un oleoducto principal a través del río Misurí en Dakota del Norte. Las protestas, que tuvieron éxito este mes en detener las obras en parte del […]
  • Bulletin inserts for Sept. 4: Alexander Crummell and Union of Black Episcopalians
    Bulletin inserts for Sept. 4, the sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost, celebrate the life and legacy of notable saint, the Rev. Alexander Crummell. This day is also designated as Union of Black Episcopalians (UBE) Sunday to commemorate the racial justice ministry of this organization which was an outgrowth of Crummell’s advocacy. Download bulletin insert as PDF: full […]
  • Video: Abuzz about bees
    Editor’s note: This is the latest in a continuing series about Episcopal Church congregations that are involved in community agriculture. Other stories in the series can be found here. [Episcopal News Service – Seattle, Washington] They are just two three-part boxes on the roof of St. Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral, but thanks to their 40,000 occupants, […]