SUNDAY MORNING ADULT BIBLE STUDY
8:00 a.m. The Lectionary. Before the worship service, read and discuss the lessons assigned for the Sunday morning worship. Always a lively conversation!
In partnership with St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, walk together and and learn through Lent using materials from Living Well. Light lunch provided starting at 12:30 PM. Guided reflection 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM.
Bishop Hector was born in Guatemala and was Bishop of Costa Rica for 14 years before he came to the Diocese of Texas to help Bishop Andy Doyle. Bishop Hector will visit 45 congregations during the year; primarily in the southern region of the Diocese of Texas. He will also work to grow a multicultural presence in our congregations and help to find people in our Hispanic congregations who may want to become a deacon or priest.
St. Luke the Evangelist, the only Episcopal church in Houston established in 1920 for black members of the Episcopal denomination to worship. Join us as we celebrate our patron saint and 97 years in Houston's Third Ward. GUEST SPEAKER at 9:30 AM
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We welcome our Bishop, Andy Doyle as our guest preacher and celebrant as we baptize, confirm and receive new members into the St. Luke family. Reception to follow.
Join others across the Diocese to celebrate the life and work of Absalom Jones, the first Black Episcopal priest in the United States. Click the link below for more details
The Rev. Harold Lockett will be our guest preacher tomorrow, Sunday at 9:30 AM. Please join us!
Join us to learn from the Rev. Eric Law how we can use ALL of our gifts and other "currencies" to serve God in community.
How has your faith impacted your life? Please join us for an evening of small group conversations, bringing together members from different Episcopal churches where possible, about faith. The evening will begin with a simple meal. Each of us has our own personal faith story, and sharing our stories deepens our own faith as well as helps others to recognize how God has worked in their lives. On this evening of Sharing Faith, it is our hope that you will experience a deeper understanding of your own faith as a Christian disciple and as an Episcopalian.
Learn more at sharingfaithdinners.com.
The Texas Episcopal College Retreat for 2016 will be January 29-31 at Camp Allen! Anyone in college or college-aged can attend. The cost for the weekend (including a t-shirt) is $25. If you need a scholarship, please email Angie Mireles-Paz.
We have an excellent staff selected and they are excited about meeting you. Expect fun activities, small group times, worship, game nights, and lots more! You can expect to learn new things, experience different styles of worship, and have an experience unlike any other.
For more information or to register, click here.
As our nation marks the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr., Christ Church Cathedral welcomes the noted theologian Kelly Brown Douglas, who will speak in Reynolds Hall from 10–11 a.m. and sign copies of her book latest book, “Stand Your Ground: Black Bodies and the Justice of God” in the Cathedral Bookstore at 12:30 p.m. The Rev. Dr. Kelly Brown Douglas is professor of religion at Goucher College in Baltimore, Md. As a leading voice in the development of a womanist theology, she is counted “among this country’s most distinguished religious thinkers, teachers, ministers, and counselors,” according to Essence magazine. A widely-published author, Douglas is a pioneering and highly sought-after voice addressing sexual issues as they relate to the black religious community. In 1985, Douglas was the first black woman to be ordained as an Episcopal priest in the Diocese of Southern Ohio, and one of only five nationwide at the time. Rev. Douglas spent over 20 years as an associate priest at Holy Comforter Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C., and now serves at the Washington National Cathedral.