“The Ethics of Disagreeing: A Way of Being with One Another When We Disagree”

Dr. Scott Bader-Saye, Academic Dean andProfessor of Ethics and Moral Theology at Seminary of the Southwest, spoke at the Bishop’s Luncheon on Friday. He shared, “There are certainly things [we argue about], whether they are on the broad political spectrum or just things in your own parish that may not be at the level ofContinue reading ““The Ethics of Disagreeing: A Way of Being with One Another When We Disagree””

Episcopal Migration Ministries – Bishop’s Luncheon presentation

The Rev. Canon Mark Stevenson, director of Episcopal Migration Ministries, served as the keynote speaker during the Bishop’s Luncheon on Friday, February 23. He said, “This is an interesting time to be a director of a national resettlement ministry.” Stevenson continued with sharing facts and statistics about refugees, some personal stories, and the heart ofContinue reading “Episcopal Migration Ministries – Bishop’s Luncheon presentation”

Honored Women’s Luncheon

The Commission for Women’s Ministries hosted the “Honored Women’s Luncheon” before Diocesan Council began on Thursday, February 22. Women who were voted by their church as the “honored woman” were recognized and given a yellow rose and a beautiful power blue framed embroidered canvas naming their distinction. Linda Howard Hillin, the Honored Woman from St.Continue reading “Honored Women’s Luncheon”

Kathy Dittman Inspires at CFA Luncheon

Before the official start of Diocesan Council 2016, the Christian Faith in Action (CFA) luncheon welcomed Dr. Kathy Dittman, a small animal doctor and member of St. Alban’s, Harlingen, as the keynote speaker. Dittman is an advocate for and devoted supporter of Prevent Child Abuse Texas (PCAT) and a participant in the organization’s Walk toContinue reading “Kathy Dittman Inspires at CFA Luncheon”

Are you missing the call to serve in public schools?

Arrive in San Marcos a little early this year and attend the Christian Faith in Action Luncheon titled “Church Ministries/Public Schools.” There are important ministries to public schools going on daily through churches like Christ Church, Reconciliation, and Grace Church in San Antonio, St. John’s in New Braunfels, and St. Peter’s in Kerrville.  These churchesContinue reading “Are you missing the call to serve in public schools?”