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St. Martin’s hears Mass in French on Pentecost

The Rev. Scot McComas of St. Martin-in-the-Fields said Mass in French on Pentecost this year, a new experience for the Keller/Southlake congregation. “I think it’s a way to show that the church or the diocese thinks outside the box. It … Continue reading

Five graduate with Master of Divinity degrees

Seminary of the Southwest Andrew Ellison graduates Tuesday, May 24, in the Seminary of the Southwest‘s 65th commencement exercises in Austin with a Master of Divinity degree. He was ordained December 16, 2015, and has accepted a position serving as curate at … Continue reading

Partnership between theatre and church gives birth to building fund initiative

The Episcopal Church Building Fund (ECBF) has announced a creative new loan initiative between ECBF and Theatre Arlington in Arlington, TX, a dynamic community-minded regional theatre in downtown Arlington that has birthed greats like the lead singers of Pentatonix.   … Continue reading

Crestline Neighborhood Market at All Saints’ Saturday, May 21

The Crestline Neighborhood Market at All Saints’ will be from 8 am to noon on Saturday, May 21 at All Saints’ Episcopal Church, Fort Worth.. Come early for the best selection of fresh produce, homemade pies, grass-fed beef, salted whiskey … Continue reading

Part-time positions open at Trinity

Trinity Episcopal Church in Fort Worth has two part-time positions open: Parish Office and Events Coordinator and Children’s Ministry Coordinator. Take a look at the Job Board for detailed descriptions of the scope and requirements for each position. If your church … Continue reading

Join St. Martin-in-the-Fields & Stop Hunger Now to package 10,000 meals

St. Martin-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church and Stop Hunger Now are combining forces in the fight against hunger, and they invite you to join the fight. Be one of the 50-60 volunteers, students, and community leaders to package meals for the world’s hungry … Continue reading

RSS Churchwide News

  • Updated book helps exploration of Holy Land
    [Anglican Communion News Service] An updated version of the book “Land of Promise?” has been published to help people delve deeper into Christian attitudes to the Holy Land and Zionism. “The Travellers’ Guide to Land of Promise?” includes stories and exercises designed to appeal to anyone who wants to engage more with the issues, whether […]
  • Diocese in Europe opens new parish in France
    [Anglican Communion News Service] The Church of England’s Diocese in Europe has opened a new parish in central France. The new church of St. Alcuin of York will serve an English-speaking congregation in the Touraine. It will meet in two separate buildings: l’Eglise Protestante in Tours and the Roman Catholic l’Eglise St Michel in Savigny-en-Véron. […]
  • Continuing Indaba director returns to parish ministry
    [Anglican Communion News Service] The Rev. Canon Dr Phil Groves, who for the past 10 years has led the Anglican Communion’s Continuing Indaba conflict transformation and reconciliation ministry, is to leave his post at the end of July to return to parish ministry. Groves will become associate rector in the Wychert Vale Benefice in the […]
  • Memorial Day 2016: We will remember them
    [Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs] Of all the civic holidays on our U.S. calendar, Memorial Day may come closest to a deep embrace of spiritual values. Originally called “Decoration Day,” this remembrance began following one of the most poignant eras in our country’s history. Between 1864 and 1866, just after the end of the […]
  • Reconciliation at heart of Pakistani Christian response to persecution
    [Episcopal News Service] The Easter Day suicide bombing at Gulshan-e-Iqbal Park in Lahore, Pakistan, that killed at least 72 Christians and Muslims and injured more than 300, sent shockwaves throughout the region. But the March 27 attack did not deter Episcopalian Caroline Carson from leaving the Diocese of Louisiana for Pakistan the following day on […]