The Rt. Rev. David Reed invites everyone to "We Will Continue - And How!", a diocesan festival of fellowship and revival featuring keynote speaker the Rev. Becca Stevens.
Registration is open for all 2022 summer sessions at Camp Capers and Mustang Island Conference Center. More information and registration is available, at dwtx.org/events.
The Diocese invites everyone to remember Uvalde in prayer this Sunday, and beyond, and is collecting a special offering to send directly to St. Philip’s to disperse as needed for the relief and healing of individuals and their community. Information about this special offering and other resources are included below.
In light of Bishop Reed’s recommendation to read the books of Ephesians and Philippians, the Christian Formation Committee is re-releasing two lesson plans for adult study and a set of eight children’s lessons and eight youth lessons, exploring both Philippians and Ephesians.
Together, diocesan Immigration Ministries, congregations, and individuals help serve our neighbors seeking asylum along the border and empower them on their journey to sponsors across the country. By donating your time, sending supplies, praying, and dedicating funds, you can help meet the humanitarian needs of these families and individuals today. Learn more and sign up to help, at dwtx.org/immigration.
We pattern our lives on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ.
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.