Bishop Reed delivered his annual address to Diocesan Council on Friday morning, February 23. Read it here. Listen it here: Watch it here:
“Bishop Reed has asked us to read the whole Bible this year, and he thinks that’s a good idea. Now I will tell you why it is a bad idea,” said the Rt. Rev. Jennifer Brooke-Davidson, bishop suffragan of the diocese, in the opening of her Council Eucharist sermon. Watch her sermon below:
The Rev. Scott Brown, Headmaster of TMI Episcopal, delivered the report of the flagship school of the diocese, saying the school “has room” for all students and all needs. TMI Episcopal Diocesan Report from Episcopal Diocese of West Texas on Vimeo.
Bishop Reed’s Address to the 113th Diocesan Council from Episcopal Diocese of West Texas on Vimeo.
ABODE is Home: Contemplative Care for the Dying from Episcopal Diocese of West Texas on Vimeo.
The Episcopal Diocese of West Texas: Reaching out to veterans and their families from Episcopal Diocese of West Texas on Vimeo.
Trinity by the Sea, Port Aransas, marched onto the floor of Council in joyous celebration accompanied by ukuleles and a beautifully painted surfboard, as the 113th Diocesan Council resolved the church to parish status. Watch the celebration below and see pictures here. Trinity by the Sea, Port Aransas becomes a parish at Diocesan Council fromContinue reading “Trinity by the Sea, Port Aransas, becomes a parish”
Bishop Lillibridge’s Luncheon Presentation from Episcopal Diocese of West Texas on Vimeo.
Bishop Gary Lillibridge delivered the sermon during the 113th Diocesan Council Eucharist service on Thursday, February 23. After plenty of jokes and laughter, he focused on the diocesan theme: “Behold, I make all things new,” and he encouraged all to offer themselves for the sake of others and to become God’s partner in making thingsContinue reading “Council Eucharist Sermon, Bishop Lillibridge”