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Local Church News

Bishop Sam Hulsey reflects on his friend, Bishop Scott Mayer

I retired 17 ½ years ago as bishop of the Diocese of Northwest Texas – eighty counties stretching from Perryton to Monahans to San Angelo to Albany to Vernon where I served for 27 years of ministry out on those prairies … Continue reading

Scot McComas to be installed as rector of St. Martin-in-the-Fields

The Rt. Rev. Rayford B. High, Jr, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth, will install the Rev. Scot McComas as rector of St. Martin-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church in Keller/Southlake at a Celebration of New Ministry on Saturday, May 30 at 11 am. … Continue reading

Bishop High visits St. Andrew’s, Fort Worth

Bishop Rayford B. High,Jr., visited St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, worshiping in the Good Shepherd Chapel at University Christian Church.   He confirmed James Barnett, son of The Rev. Edwin and Mrs. Leigh Ann Barnett. He was sponsored by Mason Chevaillier of … Continue reading

Wise County Episcopalians worship in new building

A sweet incense of joy filled the tiny nave as the words of the Book of Common Prayer rang out once again in the white frame building on Church Street in Decatur in Wise County. The familiar prayers fell on … Continue reading

Scott Mayer elected provisional bishop

The Rt. Rev. J. Scott Mayer, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Northwest Texas,  was elected provisional bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth at a special meeting of Convention on May 16 at Trinity Episcopal Church, Fort Worth. … Continue reading

The Man in the White Hat

Diocesan Communication Director Katie Sherrod created a video tribute to the Rt. Rev. Rayford High, featuring his signature Stetson cowboy hat(s). “Every child knows the good guys wear white hats.” The video was shown Saturday, May 16, during the luncheon following … Continue reading

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  • EPPN Policy Alert: Sign a petition in support of debt relief for Nepal
    [Episcopal Public Policy Network press release] In April, a devastating earthquake struck Nepal. This earthquake and the aftershocks that followed have led to an ongoing humanitarian crisis in the country. One of the poorest countries in the world, Nepal is now in desperate need of resources to recover and protect its citizens, especially as monsoon […]
  • World Refugee Day resources available for congregations, dioceses
    [Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs] June 20 is World Refugee Day and the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society has prepared resources to observe this important event in dioceses and congregations of all sizes. “In observance of World Refugee Day, the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society invites Episcopalians to learn more about how The Episcopal […]
  • West Texas bishop reports on diocesan response to flooding, tornado
    [Episcopal Diocese of West Texas] Diocese of West Texas Bishop Gary Lillibridge has written to the members of the diocese with an update about recent flooding. His letter is here. The text of the letter follows as well. Wednesday, May 27, 2015 TO:        All Clergy and Congregations in West Texas FROM: Bishop Lillibridge I am […]
  • Presiding Bishop moderates WCC panel on peace, security in the Congo
    [Episcopal News Service] The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is ranked among the world’s poorest countries, and since the former Belgian colony fell into the hands of corrupt and power-hungry leaders following its independence in 1960, the Congolese have rarely experienced life without conflict. A May 27-29 World Council of Churches’ conference in Geneva, Switzerland, […]
  • Japanese Anglicans commit to becoming ‘symbols of peace’
    [Anglican Communion News Service] The House of Bishops of the Nippon Sei Ko Kai (NSKK – The Anglican Communion in Japan) has renewed commitments to put peace and reconciliation at the core of the church’s mission in a message concerning the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second World War in the Pacific. The […]