'Trinity Episcopal Church Fort Worth' Tagged Posts

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ENS story features the Rev. Dr. Robert Pace of Trinity

The Rev. Dr. Robert Pace, rector of Trinity Fort Worth, is the subject of a story featured by the Episcopal News Service. ——— [Episcopal News Service] When the Rev. Robert Pace woke up the day after Ash Wednesday “feeling miserable,” he didn’t think too much of it. His symptoms all pointed to a standard case of the flu – except the cough that just kept getting worse. What Pace – the 53-year-old rector of Trinity Episcopal Church in Fort Worth, Texas…

Diocese and Trinity Church respond to positive case of COVID 19 (coronavirus)

UPDATED  March 26, 2020: The Rev. Dr. Robert Pace will lead online worship, preach on Sunday The Rev. Dr. Robert Pace, 53, rector of Trinity Episcopal Church, Fort Worth, and the first person in Tarrant County to test positive for the coronavirus Covid 19, has recovered enough that he will lead online Morning Prayer and preach from Trinity this Sunday, March 29, 2020, the Fifth Sunday of Lent. It will the first time he’s led worship at Trinity since Ash…

The Rev. Dr. Robert Pace released from quarantine

Please rejoice with us. The Rev. Dr. Robert Pace, 53, rector of Trinity Episcopal Church, Fort Worth, has had two negative tests for the coronavirus Covid19. The Tarrant Public Health Department has signed an order releasing him from isolation and quarantine on March 19, 2020. His wife, the Rev. Dr. Jill Walters, will restart a two-week quarantine, but they will not have to remain separated from one another. He is still recovering from pneumonia, and it will take some time…

Trinity, Fort Worth, calls the Rev. Dr. Robert F. Pace as new rector

Trinity, Fort  Worth, has called the Rev. Dr. Robert F. Pace as their new rector. His first day at Trinity is Monday, December 16, 2019. His first Sunday is December 22. He is currently rector at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Amarillo in the Diocese of Northwest Texas. Pace is married to the Rev. Dr. Jill Walters, who also is an Episcopal priest. They have a 25-year-old daughter, Catherine, who lives in Austin. This is the letter Trinity’s Senior Warden Scott…

Bishop visits reveal tradtional roots/modern outlook of parishes

Bishop Scott Mayer’s visitations in the last six months have been to three different parishes that reflect the variety and diversity of the worship experience and congregations in the diocese. St. Alban’s worships in Theatre Arlington, which makes it unusual right off the bat, and means the backdrop to its altar changes regularly — depending on the play being presented. Trinity worships in its historic building, which grounds it in tradition while creating a stable space for trying new things,…

Music for Food – musicians raising money to fight hunger

Music for Food is a musician-led initiative for local hunger relief. Concerts raise resources and awareness in the fight against hunger, empowering any musicians who wish to use their artistry to further social justice. On Thursday, April 25, 2019, at 7 p.m., Trinity Episcopal Church, Fort Worth, will host the event spearheaded by the TCU music community. Monetary donations will be taken at the door. One hundred percent of audience donations go to local hunger relief organizations. Featured works and…

Trinity Fort Worth to premiere Requiem for the New World

On All Souls Day, November 2, 2018, Trinity Episcopal Church, 3401 Bellaire Drive S., Fort Worth, TX, 76109, will become part of the centuries-long tradition of churches commissioning and presenting new musical works to the world. Requiem for the New World, a piece commissioned by the Trinity Episcopal Church Foundation to commemorate Trinity’s 125th anniversary, will be premiered at 7 pm Friday, November 2, as part of the parish’s All Souls’ Day worship service. A reception will follow in the parish…

Bishop Mayer visits Trinity, Fort Worth

Bishop Scott Mayer visited Trinity, Fort Worth, on Sunday, May 20, 2018. He confirmed 12 people, received four into The Episcopal Church, and reaffirmed the baptismal vows of two.   He confirmed Catherine Celeste Normand, Nicholas Matthew Parker, Brianna Alexandra Cano, Samuel Luke Ferguson, William Calhoun James, William Shackleford Gillett, Landa Sloan Orrick, John Richard Conard, Gabriel Allen Jagush, Isabella Sanchez Leo, and Jeffry Paul Faircloth. He received Andrew Philip Gardos, Clayton Lewis Geran and Patricia Marie Geran, and reaffirmed…

Trinity Treasure Trove Resale Extravaganza set for August 27

The Trinity Treasure Trove Resale Extravaganza will be Saturday, Aug. 27 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Trinity Episcopal Church, 3401 Bellaire Drive South, Fort Worth, 76109. Come browse and buy from a carefully curated collection of clothing, furnishings, books, household items and much more. Proceeds benefit the ministries of Trinity Episcopal Church. Directions Google Map

Bishop Mayer makes first visitation to Trinity

Bishop J. Scott Mayer was at Trinity, Fort Worth, for Pentecost on May 15, 2016. Bishop Rayford High also was there and confirmed two of his grandchildren.     Kiylinn-Edward Daniel Lee Blueford, Knox Harrison Charbonnet, Grier Kate Charbonnet, and Timmiesha Nicole Blueford were baptized and Paige (Atta) Charbonnet was baptized and confirmed. Jason McQuerry Charbonnet reaffirmed his baptismal vows. Tina Machu was received into The Episcopal Church. Riley Elizabeth Brackin, Elizabeth Shapard, Seiler Marie Nishimura, and Esther Macrina Wright…

Trinity communicator Sarah Martinez wins Polly Bond Award

  Sarah Martinez, communications manager at Trinity Episcopal Church, Fort Worth, received a Polly Bond Award of Merit for General Excellence for the Best Digital Periodical for a Parish/Cathedral at the recent Episcopal Communicators Conference in Portland, Oregon. The Polly Bond Awards for Excellence in Communication were Inspired by communicator and founding member Polly Bond. The Polly Bond Awards recognize outstanding work produced by members. “The recognition is for Trinity Weekly News—our weekly e-newsletter. I emphasized that it’s an effective and engaging communication…

Refugee ministry of Trinity, Fort Worth, featured in news story

Trinity Episcopal Church, Fort Worth, has adopted a refugee family from the Democratic Republic of Congo. The family fled the violence of warring militia groups, living for years in a refugee camp in Uganda. The family of 10 arrived in Texas in November. The story said, “The family includes eight siblings ages five to 25 who speak Kinyabwisha and Swahili. The older siblings knew the danger of war as youngsters, while the younger children have only known the hard life…

Transform your congregation’s newcomer ministry

How congregations Invite, welcome, and connect people are vital steps for building healthy, vibrant and growing churches. Several thousand clergy and lay leaders from across the country have attended the dynamic “Invite-Welcome-Connect” training offered by Mary Parmer, a laywoman in the Episcopal Diocese of Texas. Congregations that have put its principles into practice have seen sustained and measurable results, as well as new energy and spirit in the congregation. Read more about Parmer and her ministry. Trinity Episcopal Church, Fort…

Diocesan leader George Komechak died August 8, 2015

Diocesan lay leader George Komechak, 79, died at his home in west Fort Worth on Saturday, August 8, 2015. He is survived by his wife of 57 years, Marilyn Gilbert Komechak, and a son, Gil Komechak; a daughter, Kim Komechak; two grandsons and a great-grandson. George Komechak played a key role in organizing Episcopalians who were determined to remain in The Episcopal Church prior to the departure from the church of a former bishop and other diocesan leaders in November…

Trinity, Fort Worth, outreach featured in Star-Telegram

The outreach efforts of Trinity, Fort Worth, as “part of the South Central Alliance of Churches’ mission to get turkeys and trimmings into the hands of some of Fort Worth’s most disadvantaged residents” was featured with a large photo and short story on the front page of the Tarrant & Texas section of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram with a longer story in the Faith & Spirit section in the print and online editions on Saturday, November 22, 2014. The story…

Noted humorist to visit Trinity, Fort Worth

Rose-Mary Rumbley, a popular local humorist, will present “Powerful Women Starting with Queen Esther” at a luncheon hosted by Women of Trinity on Saturday, September 26, 2014, at 12 p.m. at Trinity Episcopal Church, Fort Worth. Admission is $10 and includes lunch from Z’s Cafe. All women in the diocese are invited to attend. Whether talking about Homer, Jane Austen, Christopher Columbus, or anything related to the Metroplex, speaker Rose-Mary Rumbley presents a cornucopia of facts and fun. Her well-placed zingers cause even the…
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