We Welcome You
Reunification is Approved
The House of Bishops has affirmed the reunification of the Episcopal Church in North Texas and the Episcopal Diocese of Texas.
NEW NAME, SAME LOVING GOD
We are now the North Region of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas. Our name has changed but our loving, liberating, life giving God has not.
GOD LOVES ALL
All news about reunion with the Diocese of Texas is at reunion2022.org
. . .An outward visible sign of faith, hope, and love by a liberated people.
This is the sermon Bishop Scott Mayer preached at the Special Meeting of the Diocesan Convention June 18, 2021. ——————– North Texas Special Convention Trinity, Fort Worth June 18, 2022 We have arrived at a decisive moment for the Episcopal Church in 24 North Texas counties. I would suggest “arrived” is the right word, as it implies we have been on a journey – a journey that is coming close to full circle from the Mission Territory of Texas to
Centering our relationship with God
This is the sermon the Rev. Paula Jefferson preached on Sunday, March 27, 2022, at the celebration of the 150th Anniversary of St. Mary’s Hillsboro, the oldest continuing congregation in our diocese. —— In the sixth month Gabriel is a very busy angel. As God’s messenger in Luke’s Gospel, this guy is gaining quite a reputation. Everywhere he appears, he disrupts the status quo of lives. Two women who should not be pregnant … will be pregnant. The husband and