The Rev. Stephen Carson shares with Council about the work of The Douglass Foundation Scholarship Program. Established to support the fields of education, entrepreneurship, science and the arts in the Diocese of West Texas, the foundation has awarded $650,800 to 39 recipients since 2000. This scholarship is for those seeking advanced degrees in the fieldsContinue reading ““Opportunity for the Diocesan Family” – The Douglass Foundation Scholarship Committee”
Mary Katherine Duffy, incoming Deputy for Episcopal Schools, reports on her vision for the new consulting role for Episcopal Schools she will assume beginning in the fall. Duffy shares, “As the Chairman of the Episcopal Schools Commission for the last ten years, I can tell you firsthand that our schools have not had the diocesanContinue reading ““Building a Bridge for Diocesan Schools” – Deputy for Episcopal Schools”
The Rt. Rev. Daniel Gutierrez, Bishop of Pennsylvania, addresses Council after his keynote at the Bishop’s Luncheon. Bishop Gutiérrez was consecrated on July 16, 2016 as the 16th Bishop of Pennsylvania. Before his ordination as bishop, Gutiérrez served as Canon to the Ordinary, Chief Operating Officer, and Chief of Staff in the Episcopal Diocese ofContinue reading ““Building Trust and Building Relationships” – The Rt. Rev. Daniel Gutierrez, Bishop of Pennsylvania”
Bishop David Reed delivers the results of this past year’s Golf Classic tournament in November of 2018, benefiting the Camps Scholarship Fund.
Sarah Robinson delivers the results of this past year’s Valley Golf Classic tournament in March of 2018. The Valley Golf Classic benefits Vital University Missions’ program in the Rio Grande Valley on Friday, March 22 at Rancho Viejo Resort and Country Club. Team and sponsor sign up is available at dwtx.org/events.
[AUDIO RECORDING PENDING] The Rev. Michael Chalk, Board Chairman, and Mr. Simon Salas, CEO give the report on Good Samaritan Community Services, a ministry of the Diocese of West Texas, which serves as a catalyst for change, supporting youth, individuals, and families, by providing excellent community services to overcome economic poverty. Mike Chalk shares, “DuringContinue reading ““Shared Success and Gratitude” – Good Samaritan Community Services Report”
During Council 2019, participants are invited into seven conversations about each of the seven practices for a Jesus-centered life laid out by the Most Rev. Michael Curry. Contributors to the Fall/Winter 2018 Reflections Magazine that explored the Way of Love will introduce each Bible study conversation, either in person or via video. The Rev. DanielContinue reading “Way of Love Conversation: Worship”
The Rev. Rod Clark, Vicar at St. Peter and St. Paul, Mission speaks to Council about responding to the needs in Border Communities and Congregations. He says, “This issue is not easy. People have strong opinions about it, and it can be divisive, but be confident that wherever you fall on this issue, whatever yourContinue reading ““Shining Light and Walking in Love”: Immigration Perspectives from the Rio Grande Valley”
Jennifer Wickham, Bishop’s Deputy for Disaster Recovery presents the report on Disaster Recovery efforts from Hurricane Harvey and on the revitalization of the newly-revitalized Commission on Disaster Preparedness and Response. Jennifer shares, “During this past year I have traveled with representatives from Episcopal Relief and Development to visit sites still reeling from Hurricanes Irma, Maria, andContinue reading ““Resiliency, Hope, and Determination in the Wake of Harvey”- Disaster Recovery Report”
The Rev. Beth Wyndham was commissioned as diocesan Church Planter during Council Eucharist on Thursday evening. Today, she shares her personal journey to faith and ministry, thanks everyone who has supported and is supporting the Church Planting initiative, and announces the first region where our diocese will direct our planting efforts. Her joy is contagiousContinue reading ““Building God’s Kingdom Together” – Church Planting Report”