TMI – The Episcopal School of Texas has announced its first Hall of Fame nominees for the 2016-2017 school year. Alumni, former faculty and other friends of TMI are recognized within one of the Four Pillars of a TMI education: Academics, Athletics, Military and Spirituality.
Forward Movement invites all of you, and the whole Church, to a season of prayer for our nation and the coming election. In a contentious time, we can all surely unite in prayer. For each day, starting October 9 through the day after the election, we have suggested a prayer intention and a collect. We also encourage you to pray a litany daily.
In an effort to share what College Missions is doing in San Antonio, the department is hosting an Exploring College Missions dinner at Reconciliation, San Antonio, on Friday, October 21, at 6:30 p.m. This is a free event. Please come to hear the amazing ministry happening on college campuses.
If all goes well, someday TMI – The Episcopal School of Texas will have more bats than students. The school put up two new bat houses Sept. 26 with hopes that this addition to the campus will lead to natural pest control and other benefits.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Montessori School, San Antonio, joined hundreds of other Montessori schools Wednesday, September 21, in “Singing Peace Around the World,” to commemorate the International Day of Peace. The students joined their voices with over 150,000 others in a song that began in New Zealand and traveled around the world, voicing the wish for peace for all people.
Texans are not known for being fearful, but for their generous hospitality and big-hearted welcoming. In fact "Texas" means friendship. Texas is great precisely because of the great diversity of backgrounds represented in its people. Therefore, we are extremely concerned that Governor Greg Abbott has announced his intention to pull the state of Texas out of the U.S. refugee resettlement program.
[Episcopal News Service] Bulletin inserts for September 25, the nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost, focus on Social Media Sunday, the day set aside for Christians everywhere to use digital devices intentionally to share their life of faith with the world. Find them here.
The Family Association of TMI – The Episcopal School of Texas presented grants for new teachers or those teaching new courses on Monday, September 12, during daily chapel.
[Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs] Presiding Bishop Michael Curry will be the keynote speaker for Evangelism Matters, an Episcopal Church Evangelism Conference on November 18-19 in Dallas, TX. Other announced speakers include the Rev. Canon Stephanie Spellers, the Presiding Bishop’s Canon for Evangelism and Reconciliation.