The Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth was formed by The Episcopal Church in 1982-84, after the new diocesan leaders promised unanimously to accept and use the Episcopal property only for The Episcopal Church’s mission and ministry.
Day: March 2, 2015
The Office of Public Affairs for the Episcopal Church has issued a press release announcing the celebration of the second Interim Shared Eucharist between the Episcopal Church and the United Methodist Church. The celebration falls on the feast day set aside for John and Charles Wesley on the Episcopal calendar.
From the press release:
Bishop Stacy Sauls, Chief Operating Officer of The Episcopal Church, will preach at an Interim Shared Eucharist with the United Methodist Church on March 3 at 5:30 pm […]
John Bingham, Social Affairs Editor, writes about a study involving 10,000 British children and 250 teachers, conducted by the Jubilee Centre.
From the Telegraph article:
Children who sing in a choir, play in an orchestra or take to the stage are more likely to make good moral choices than their fellow classmates, a study has concluded.
Are you surprised that children who learn how to collaborate and work with each other in artistic disciplines show greater moral reasoning? Do you have an anecdote or […]
St Hilda’s House, an intentional community and Episcopal Service Corps site has published a collection of ten of the best essays from their blog.
What color did early Israelites see when they looked up at the sky?
The beginning of today’s gospel reading includes the last moments of Jesus’s conversation with the Samaritan woman at the well. We’ve skipped over all the extraordinary content of the conversation, but the brief scene in today’s gospel tells us some remarkable things about Jesus without saying a word.