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Men, women, and teens are invited to spend several hours of reflection on December 12 at St. Martin-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church in the Keller/Southlake area. Advent Quiet Day offers time during this very busy season that is set apart to stop and rest … Continue reading

Jonathan Daniels

Come to St. Martin-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church in Keller and hear the story of Jonathan Myrick Daniels, Episcopal seminarian and civil rights martyr who gave his life so that others might have the right to vote in Alabama. At 12:30 pm … Continue reading

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The Diocesan Youth Kickoff will be at All Saints’ Episcopal Church, Fort Worth, from 4-6 pm on Sunday, September 13. The group will be playing Bubble Soccer. All youth in the diocese are welcome. Waivers must be signed by a … Continue reading

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CandleWater Players is presenting the fractured fairy tale musical Into the Woods July 24-26 and July 31-August 2. Performances will be at Paschal High School’s Little Theatre, 3001 Forest Park Blvd, Fort Worth. Friday and Saturday shows are at 7:30 p.m. and … Continue reading

The Crestline Neighborhood Market (CNM) at All Saints’ Episcopal Church, Fort Worth, will open its second season on Saturday, April 18, 2015 with several new vendors and others returning from its inaugural season. Also new this year is a parish-wide … Continue reading

Members at St. Luke in the Meadow Episcopal Church and residents in the surrounding neighborhood got their hands dirty Saturday preparing and planting in the church’s community garden plots. There are 20 square spaces in the church’s garden, and some have already been planted with … Continue reading


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St. Alban’s part of new Inclusive Faith coalition

St. Alban’s Theatre Arlington has joined with four other area congregations to form a coalition of Inclusive Faith groups. The congregations are Embrace United Church of Christ, Richland Hills; Galileo Christian Church, Mansfield/Kennedale; Welcome Table Christian Church, Arlington; and Westminster Presbyterian Church, Arlington. … Continue reading

Diocesan clergy respond to Charlottesville

Several clergy in the diocese reflect on the events in Charlottesville in a sermon and in statements: The Rev. Carlye Hughes, Trinity, Fort Worth Hughes, rector of Trinity, Fort Worth, in her powerful sermon on Sunday continued the journey through … Continue reading

“We are baptized for such moments as this.”

Bishop Scott Mayer issued this statement on what has happened in Charlottesville, condemning evil and violence and calling us forward with courage… Continue reading

Bishop urges legislature to defeat bill

Bishop Scott Mayer of stands with many other faith leaders in opposition to Texas SB3, the so-called bathroom bill, and urges the legislature to defeat this bill. Read his statement: Continue reading

Bishop asks legal team to respond to misinformation

As you may know, last week the Supreme Court of South Carolina ruled against the former bishop and others attempting to take a diocese out of The Episcopal Church while claiming Episcopal Church property. And while we rejoice with the Episcopalians … Continue reading

South Carolina Supreme Court rules property belongs to Episcopal Church

The South Carolina Supreme Court has said that nearly all the property involved in litigation between a breakaway group and The Episcopal Church belongs to The Episcopal Church. The Court heard the case nearly two years ago. Read several stories here. … Continue reading

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    [The Inclusive Faith Coalition] St. Alban’s Theatre Arlington, part of the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth, has joined with four other area congregations to form a coalition of Inclusive Faith groups. The congregations are Embrace United Church of Christ, Richland Hills; Galileo Christian Church, Mansfield/Kennedale; Welcome Table Christian Church, Arlington; and Westminster Presbyterian Church, Arlington. The Inclusive Faith Coalition (IFC) is open […]
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