Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth
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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

All Saints’ Episcopal Church is holding some unique events over the next couple of weeks. Garden Blessing Friday, October 21, at “Twilight in the Garden,” Bishop Sam Hulsey will bless the church garden, located across the street from the church. The event … Continue reading

Solemn Evensong All Saints’ Episcopal Church in Fort Worth offers Solemn Evensong on Sunday, October 23 at 6:00 pm with the All Saints’ Choir, directed by Organist and Choirmaster Frederick Grimes. Admission is free. All Saints’ Episcopal Church is located at … Continue reading

Worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness by joining in Solemn Evensong, a treasure of the Anglican tradition, as part of the observance of the Lenten Season at All Saints’ Episcopal Church, Fort Worth. All are invited at 6 … Continue reading

The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in Granbury is seeking a part time Director of Music and Choir Master. There are many ways the position can be structured; duties will include selecting music, organizing, rehearsing and directing a new … Continue reading

All Saints’ Episcopal Church in Fort Worth offers a Concert of Christmas Music on Sunday, December 13 from The program will feature harpist Yumiko Endo Schlaffer, Dallas Symphony violinist Andrew Schast, and All Saints’ organist and choirmaster Frederick Grimes playing … Continue reading


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Celebrating Sandi Michels’ 40th ordination anniversary

The congregation of St. Elisabeth’s and Christ the King invites everyone to join in celebrating the 40th anniversary of the ordination to the priesthood of the Rev. Sandi Michels at 6:30 pm on Tuesday, April 25th, St. Marks Day. Following a celebration … Continue reading

Presiding bishop visits Refugee Services of Texas

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry visited the offices of Refugee Services of Texas on Thursday, April 6, to meet with clients and staff as well as with Episcopalians who volunteer with the agency. See more photos in the diocesan Flickr gallery. Several … Continue reading

Make your donation to the New Life Fund today

The New Life Fund: Growing in New Ways campaign was kicked off by Presiding Bishop Michael Curry at a fundraising dinner Friday, April 7, at Colonial Country Club. More than 160 people attended the dinner. Watch a video of his … Continue reading

Bishop Mayer: “We are a Resurrection People”

Bishop Scott Mayer has issued an Easter message, reminding us that we are Resurrection People. But what does that mean? He explores it in this video. Watch it below, or on YouTube. The video is close captioned.

Parker County church plant team rarin’ to go

On Thursday, April 6, 2017, atop a windy hill with panoramic views of east Parker County, Presiding Bishop Michael Curry commissioned and blessed church planter Hunter Ruffin and the church planting team. The core of the church planting team will … Continue reading

Holy Week and Easter Services in the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth

Everyone – no exceptions – is welcome to join Episcopalians in the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth in the observance of Holy Week and Easter. A list of services is below. The Foundational Story Holy Week is when the foundational … Continue reading

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