On Thursday, April 21, the early rain could have meant the demise of St. Stephen’s Episcopal School’s 5th annual Earth Day festivities, but then the clouds broke and the sun came out to ready the church and school grounds for yet another successful community event celebrating the day known since 1970 as Earth Day—April 22.
[Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs] Following a decision by the Joint Standing Committee on Planning and Arrangements, the General Convention Office has announced the nine legislative dates for the 79th General Convention of The Episcopal Church: Thursday, July 5 to Friday, July 13, 2018.
[Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs] Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop and Primate Michael B. Curry has called for prayers for the people and Dioceses of Ecuador following a devastating earthquake on April 17.
[Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs] Online resources, lesson plans for children, and bulletin inserts are among the items assembled by The Episcopal Church for understanding and honoring Earth Day, April 22 by congregations and individuals.
TMI – The Episcopal School of Texas held a grand-opening ceremony March 22 for its new softball complex, which includes a new field, batting cages, and a concession stand.
Students from TMI – The Episcopal School of Texas won the overall first-place award at the first-ever Texas Lutheran University Spanish contest, held April 2 in the Schuech Fine Arts Center at Texas Lutheran University in Seguin.
[Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs] The next Episcopal Youth Event (EYE) will be held at the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond, OK on July 10-14, 2017. EYE17 is being planned by the Episcopal Church in partnership with the Diocese of Oklahoma.
I Will, With God’s Help is the title of a book of meditations written by a man named Bo Cox while he served a life sentence for murder in Oklahoma. With the book, he won a $3,000 writing prize. A lifelong reader of Forward Day by Day, Bo wrote to the editor of the Forward Movement to ask if he might write a month of meditations.
The fourth season of St. Philip's, Beeville, "Music in the Nave" program recently ended, a program that is a vibrant and growing ministry bringing people into the church and moving them with music. What began with an invitation to friends in the community now brings world-class musicians to the small church in Beeville.
[Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs] Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Michael Curry has called for a season of prayer for regions of the Anglican Communion which are experiencing violence and civil strife.