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Diocesan Council 2021

Each year, Diocesan Council gathers to conduct the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas' business according to our Canons and Constitution. The 117th Annual Diocesan Council will convene as a virtual gathering February 26 - 27, 2021. Visit the Council page linked below for information about registration, Pre-Council meetings, the live-streamed video during Council, and all committee reports.

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2021 Camp Registration Open Online

Register today for Mid-Winter, Spring, and Summer Camp sessions at Camp Capers, Duncan Park, and Mustang Island Conference Center.

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Diocesan Cycle of Prayer 2020 - 2021

Beginning on the First Sunday of Advent each year, congregations and individuals are invited to pray together for all churches and ministries within the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas and throughout the Anglican Communion.

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Update Your Email Preferences

In order to help you receive the stories and information that will bring you joy, the Diocese needs to know the best email address to reach you as well as your interests. Follow the button link below to review and update your email subscription options.

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Update Your Church's Service Information

Click the link below for step-by-step instructions to update your church's record on the Episcopal Asset Map with online and livestream options, plus current clergy contact information.

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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:
Faith

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.

Evangelism

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

Mission

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

Reconciliation

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

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