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All Saints' Day Online Prayer Service

On Sunday, November 1st at 6:00 p.m. the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas will offer an online-only, diocesan All Saints’ Day Evening Prayer service to pray for, honor, and remember all the faithful departed from our congregations and communities, who have died in 2020.

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Call for Submissions to LOGOS Magazine Issue 02

The Communications Office is pleased to accept submissions of written reflection and artistic expression through Friday, November 6th, for Issue 02 of LOGOS Magazine, scheduled to publish in January 2021. LOGOS Magazine is an annual print publication that seeks to capture God incarnate, the Word made flesh, in the people and ministries of the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas.

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15th Annual Bishop's Golf Classic

Save the date for the 15th Annual Bishop's Golf Classic benefiting diocesan programs; the tournament will take place with modifications and pandemic precautions, on Friday, November 6th at Canyon Springs Golf Club in San Antonio.

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Fall 2020 Retreats at Camp Capers & Mustang Island Conference Center

Individuals, couples, and families are invited to the Fall Retreats at Camp Capers and Mustang Island Conference Center. Each weekend will include time to savor the beautiful Texas Hill Country or Mustang Island, enjoy fun family activities, and share delicious meals. Worship services, including Compline, will be led by camp staff and chaplains.

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COVID-19 Resources

In response to developments in the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, the Diocese will share resources, information, and updates as needed for a safe, compassionate, and faith-based response. Click the link below to access these resources.

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The Episcopal Diocese of West Texas

we are the west texas branch of the jesus movement

We are 26,000+ persons gathered in 87 congregations spread across 60 counties in Texas. We are part of the Episcopal Church, a community of 2.4 million members in America and abroad. The Episcopal Church is headed by a presiding bishop, currently the Most Rev. Michael B. Curry. We are guided in this purpose by five core values:

We pattern our lives on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ.

Scripture, Prayer, & Sacramental Worship

We are grounded in Scripture, prayer, and sacramental worship.


We proclaim, by word and example, God's saving love revealed in Jesus Christ by the Holy Spirit.


We reach beyond ourselves to serve all people in our communities and throughout the world.


We are a community committed to living in reconciled relationship with God and all people.

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