Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth
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The Rev. Karen Calafat will present a free workshop at St. Luke’s in the Meadow this Thursday, January 26, from 6:30-8:30 pm on developing or re-envisioning your purpose. “If you don’t know your purpose, you might not ever fulfill it. … Continue reading

St. Alban’s in Arlington invites you to an Advent retreat “Exploring Nativity Scenes” on Saturday, December 17 at the Theatre Arlington Education Building, located at 316 W. Main St. The event is part of an occasional series exploring various methods … Continue reading

“Everybody knows that getting old is not for sissies. You have to be tough to last as long as some of us have!” Barbara Crafton, Episcopal priest and author of The Courage to Grow Old, will share her wit and wisdom. … Continue reading

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St. Stephen’s in Hurst has installed a Little Free Library. Small boxes of books like this one are part of a world-wide network to promote literacy. They can be found in public places and in front of homes. The network is … Continue reading

Join with other men seeking to pursue their spiritual purpose and meaning in an ever-changing world. Trinity Episcopal Church will host a one-day men’s retreat Saturday, November 7 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm and encourages men of all ages and stages of … Continue reading

Sarah Martinez and Judy Cariker are "God's Geeks," offering help to Trinity parishioners with their tech devices by appointment. The concept is easy to implement and a great service.

Trinity Episcopal Church recently held another “God’s Geeks” session to educate parishioners about online communications and help them master their digital devices. Folks who need a helping hand may contact the church to set up one-on-one appointments during dedicated “Geek” … Continue reading


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Lay leader Owanah Anderson died Friday

This tribute to Owanah Anderson was written by the Rev. Bruce Coggin, who served as a “circuit rider” for Wichita Falls Episcopalians after the departure of a former bishop and other leaders from The Episcopal Church. —————- Early in the morning … Continue reading

Church planter hired for Parker County

The Rev. Hunter Ruffin has been hired as the church planter for Parker County. In early March the Executive Council of The Episcopal Church approved a $100,00 grant to the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth for a church plant in Parker … Continue reading

Join Presiding Bishop Michael Curry at kick off dinner

All are invited to join the Most Rev. Michael Curry, presiding bishop of The Episcopal Church, for a dinner launching the New Life Fund: Growing in New Ways fundraising campaign at 6 pm Friday, April 7, at Colonial Country Club … Continue reading

Buy tickets for dinner online

Join the Most Rev. Michael Curry, presiding bishop of The Episcopal Church, for a dinner launching the New Life Fund: Growing in New Ways fundraising campaign at 6 pm Friday, April 7, at Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth. Complete … Continue reading

All invited to join Women of the Passion in retreat

Everyone — men as well as women — is invited to take part in a half-day Lenten retreat at St. Luke’s in the Meadow, Fort Worth, from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm Saturday, March 25. A light lunch will be … Continue reading

Learn more about church planting and missional communities

What does the church look like when it goes out into the community and gathers in non-traditional places, connecting with people who might not feel comfortable in a traditional setting? If you have an interest in exploring this question, consider … Continue reading

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