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Read Noonday Prayer at Baylor-All Saints Hospital

Readers are needed to lead Noonday Prayer on Mondays or to fill in when needed at Baylor-All Saints Hospital on 8th Ave. Please email Deacon Janet Nocher at janet.nocher@sbcglobal.net if you are able to help.

Martin Smith to lead retreat exploring “Who We Really Are”

Refresh your spirit and your mind during Lent. Episcopal priest, author and retreat leader the Rev. Martin L. Smith will offer a retreat in our diocese on Saturday, April 1. Smith will lead participants in reflecting on “Who We Really Are: Exploring Our … Continue reading

Join us for Ash Wednesday, Lenten programs

The liturgical season of Lent begins on Ash Wednesday and continues for approximately 40 days before culminating in Easter Sunday. Ash Wednesday is on March 1 this year. On Ash Wednesday, priests take ashes made from the burning of palms … Continue reading

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry to visit diocese April 6-8, 2017

The Most Rev. Michael Curry, presiding bishop of The Episcopal Church, will visit the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth Thursday, April 6, through Saturday, April 8. Bishop Curry calls himself the chief evangelist of The Episcopal Church, and he will … Continue reading

Join diocesan choir for presiding bishop’s visit

Can you carry a tune without a bucket? Join a diocesan choir now forming to participate in the Eucharist with Presiding Bishop Michael Curry on Saturday, April 8, at 11 am at University Christian Church. David Lindsey, music director at St. Christopher Episcopal … Continue reading

4Saints blessed and officially opened

Bishop J. Scott Mayer and Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price joined with Bo Soderbergh, director  of the Tarrant Area Food Bank, and Patricia Callahan, president of the 4Saints Episcopal Food Pantry board, to cut a bright red ribbon tied to … Continue reading

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  • Glitter Ash Wednesday takes ritual, adds glitter, mixes in meaning, sparks debate
    [Episcopal News Service] Ashes on the forehead are arguably the most conspicuous mark of a Christian during the year. Signifying mortality and repentance, they are a visible sign to the world on Ash Wednesday that a believer is preparing for the season of Lent. It is the conspicuousness of the ashes that the Rev. Elizabeth […]
  • Episcopal Church scholarship applications for 2017-2018 now accepted
    [Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs press release] Applications are now being accepted for educational scholarships from the Episcopal Church for the 2017-2018 academic year. The scholarships are derived from annual income of designated trust funds established by generous donors through bequests to the Episcopal Church.  The scholarships assist students who are mostly enrolled in […]
  • English diocese assisting with urgent relief funding in Kenya
    [Anglican Communion News Service] The Anglican Diocese of Chichester in southern England is assisting with urgent relief efforts in the drought-hit Kenyan Diocese of Nakura. An emergency grant of 5000 pounds is being sent directly to the diocese, which, in partnership with the Anglican Church of Kenya’s Development Services, will buy and distribute food and […]
  • Episcopal Migration Ministries to close Miami office
    [Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs press release] After more than three decades serving as a model for successful resettlement and integration, the Episcopal Migration Ministries’ satellite office in Miami, Florida, will close at the end of July. The Rev. Canon E. Mark Stevenson, director of Episcopal Migration Ministries, explained that the closing is due […]
  • Episcopal agencies weigh renewed aid efforts in South Sudan after famine declared
    [Episcopal News Service] The relief agencies of the Episcopal Church and its Anglican partners are considering a possible expansion of their support of relief efforts in South Sudan after the United Nation’s recent famine declaration, which has drawn increased international attention to the growing crisis in the country. The famine declaration on Feb. 20 was […]