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The Canons of the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth, effective as of November 3, 2012, as approved by vote of the Annual Convention of the Diocese. Click here to download the Canons of the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth.
The Rules of Procedure of the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth, effective as of November 2, 2012, as approved by vote of the Annual Convention of the Diocese. Click here to download the Rules of Procedure for the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth. Note: The document originally posted in December 2012 was modified to add subparagraph numbers in paragraph 13 and to correct errors in the document title. A subsequent revision corrected the year that the rules were effective.
Download the Application for Postulancy for the Diaconate here.
Download the Application for Postulancy for the Priesthood here.
On October 16, 2012 the Texas Supreme Court heard oral arguments in our diocesan case involving a faction of former leaders who broke ties with The Episcopal Church but continue to hold themselves out as leaders of the Episcopal Diocese with access to its historic property. Immediately following those arguments, the Court heard arguments in the Masterson case involving a similar breakaway faction from Good Shepherd Episcopal Church, San Angelo. Thomas S. Leatherbury, a partner of Vinson & Elkins, LLP,…
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Parish in Hurst, TX is pleased to announce it has hired Stan Paschal as its new accompanist.
General Convention has called on the Episcopal Church to re-imagine its structure, taken historic steps towards full inclusion,
Some of the Nominations Committee members are scheduled to visit each Deanery three times this year
Forgetting names and misplacing keys happens to everyone, but have you ever wondered if it was more than just a senior moment?
Check out this excerpt on a story about Godspell!
St. Elisabeth’s Episcopal, 5910 Black Oak Lane., River Oaks is holding a Fiesta on August 26th to celebrate the renewal of the church. The festivities begin at 10:30 A.M. in a Celebratory Mass with the Rt. Rev. C. Wallis Ohl, 2nd Provisional Bishop of the Diocese of Fort Worth, officiating. From 11:30 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. the celebration continues with Mexican food, a Mariachi band, a kid’s waterslide and piñata. Many guests are anticipated and all in the area are…