From Rev. Bonnie Reeves. It is the back to school service that the Lavaca county ministerial alliance puts on each year. This year it was a virtual service. Back to School Service of Blessing
The Most Rev. Michael Curry.
Fr. Jim Abernathey, one of our Supply Clergy, sent his Capstone paper to post. Even though it was written several years ago, I think it is still relevant. CAPSTONE FINAL
The Most Rev. Bishop Michael Curry has been doing podcasts. These are available in the Episcopal Church’s web site. Here is a link. https://www.episcopalchurch.org/posts/publicaffairs/way-love-bishop-michael-curry-0
Published in the “Seek & Serve” Spring 2019 E-Newsletter, Episcopal Relief & Development. A Lenten Message from the Presiding Bishop
Here is a link the this year’s Council. Enjoy. Council 2019
Threads of Blessing is a mission team, traveling to Honduras, Mexico, and Uganda. They organize workshops for women, encouraging them to “gather as a community; learn organizational skills; and help develop self-confidence.” These women produce hand embroidered work as fine art banners and alter hangings. Sales are used to support Threads of Blessing missions in emerging countries. Recently, they had a booth at Christmas in Goliad, supported by St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Goliad. Click on the link below for…
Sea Sunday is typically celebrated the second Sunday in July. It is a time to remember all seafarers, their families, and communities (Sea Sunday Prayers were taken from the Sailor’s Society resource booklet). Sea Sunday Prayers SEA SUNDAY 2018-ENG SEA SUNDAY 2018-SPA