We are the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas with more than 70 parishes and ministries in the North Texas area working together to share in Christ's love.
The Episcopal Diocese of Dallas is in the northeastern section of the state bordering Oklahoma, Arkansas, Tarrant County and Waxahachie. The Rt. Rev. Dr. George Sumner saves as bishop and was elected the seventh bishop of the diocese in 2015.
[06/07/20] We are waiting on True Lee Missionary Baptist to livestream on FB and then we will share it. They are working on it.
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Please join us at 7:30 p.m. central time tonight for Pentecost Vigil.All are invited to join this vigil on zoom or Facebook Live on May 30, from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., as we pray together for revival and a move of the Holy Spirit to heal, renew, and restore the Church and the world. This hour will focus on readings of Scripture and prayer for the coming of the Holy Spirit.
The Celebrant is the Rev. Anne Grizzle from the Episcopal Diocese of SW Virginia. The leader for worship is Sandra Montes.
This vigil is hosted by the Harvest Prayer Network and leaders of the Episcopal Church and the wider Body of Christ.
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A Word From the Bishop: Pray for those killed or affected in the pandemic; and for the nation to extend equal justice for all.
edod.org May 30, 2020Pentecost EveDear Brothers and Sisters, Greetings in Christ and thanksgiving for the Spirit who brings new life. I want to commend to you the call of our Presiding Bishop to remember in mourning and in hope all of the one hundred thousand Americans who have died in the Covid pandemic, an...
Faith leaders call for national day of mourning on June 1.
episcopalnewsservice.org [Episcopal News Service] Presiding Bishop Michael Curry has joined other faith leaders in calling for a national day of mourning and lament on June 1 as the United States exceeds […]
This service will feature reflections of lament, comfort, encouragement and hope from Presiding Bishop Curry and others.
episcopalnewsservice.org [Episcopal News Service] Presiding Bishop Michael Curry will offer a brief sermon for a virtual memorial service for the victims of the COVID-19 pandemic hosted by the National Council of […]
Need a face mask? Want to support refugees during Covidtide? Why not do both by buying handmade face masks from refugee women.
Diocesan churches helped with providing 300 families with groceries. #WeAreInThisTogether #GreaterDallasCoaltion
God..."is always displaying and creating communion." Comforting words from former Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord Rowan Williams, who preached virtually at Incarnation recently.
incarnation.org Sermons by Church of the Incarnation
Scott is the music director at St.Philip’s in Frisco when he’s not working his side-hustle as principal of Booker T! Thank you Scott! This is wonderful!! ❤️
nbcdfw.com Many seniors and their families are dealing with the disappointment of missing the fanfare that comes along with gradation day. One North Texas principal is trying to make up for that one stop at a time.
Right now, good-enough is the appropriate goal. https://buff.ly/2SZMmiA
The diocesan one-stop place for processes and theology during this time of uncertainty and change.
edod.org We must be guided by science and data. We will be cautious, aiming to be behind the descending curve as we were ahead of the ascending one. The virus has no political party, and we aim to make decisions to combat it in a similarly neutral way. We want to be in sync whenever possible with the aut...
Enjoy this treat from our Saturday Night Worship leaders - Andrew and Charity Heimbaugh.
Saint Michael And All Angels Episcopal Church
Wondering which staples are most important to help our friends at Jubilee Park & Community Center restock their pantries? Here's a list of suggested items. Drop off your donations between 9 and 11 am tomorrow and Wednesday mornings in the south porte cochere. Thank you for your generosity!
Mission Report From Deacon Debra Vela: The children we serve in the Ferguson Rd. East Dallas community are from refugee/migrant families. This is our third year to offer summer meals. In the years before, we offered music, art and ballet classes along with an ESL/reading program. This year is different because of Covid, so it is grab and go. The children love the fruit and chocolate and white milk! I also sent home painting projects along with paints and markers to make a special gift for MOM. On Thursdays we will be sending home snack packs and fruit for the weekend provided by the NTFB. The wonderful thing is we continue community but in a new way of grab and go!
At Good Shepherd Episcopal Church in Dallas,Director of Student Ministries Lauren Wainwright has launched a new weekly program. Tuesday nights, the church’s sixth through 12th graders “are looking at episodes of ‘The Good Place’ on Netflix and doing a Bible study using Zoom and Netflix Party.
episcopalnewsservice.org [Episcopal News Service] In normal times, the Rev. Nate Huddleston doesn’t have to go out of his way to see the youth and families of St. Philip’s Cathedral in person. …
Communion in the Midst of Disaster: A Eucharistic Vision of our Common Life ‘in the Meantime’ A Pastoral Word for the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas. https://edod.org/a-word-from-the-bishop/communion-in-the-midst-of-disaster-a-eucharistic-vision-of-our-common-life-in-the-meantime-a-pastoral-word-for-the-episcopal-diocese-of-dallas/
A children’s sermon sock puppet Bible story for a coronavirus age...
All the disciples when Jesus suddenly appeared in their Zoom meeting! Well, all the disciples except Thomas, and he just couldn't believe it...
For Easter Saturday:
Daily Devotional: Momentary Affliction
Word From the Bishop: Set Your Mind on Things Above
This is "Set Your Mind on Things Above" by The Episcopal Diocese of Dallas on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.
edod.org Mission Moment04.15.20 | by Canon Carrie Boren HeadingtonThe Episcopal Diocese of Dallas has fed and provided basic necessities for thousands of families in need in these weeks of quarantine. This work is carried out in partnership with the Greater Dallas Coalition, a ministry gathering churches...
For Easter Friday:
Daily Devotional: We Will All Be Changed
For Easter Thursday:
Daily Devotional: No Leavened Bread
For Easter Wednesday:
Daily Devotional: Never Take for Granted
For Easter Tuesday:
Daily Devotional: All Will Be Made Alive
For Easter Monday:
Daily Devotional: Death Is Swallowed Up in Victory http://ow.ly/kivv50z8OMx
Prayers for a blessed Easter from Bishop Sumner and Stephanie.
This is "Prayers for a blessed Easter." by The Episcopal Diocese of Dallas on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.
It is Bishop Michael Smith's turn to take a week writing the Daily Devotionals for "The Living Church." The meditations are based on one of the readings from the Daily Office lectionary. For Easter Sunday:
Daily Devotional: Passover Lamb
Our members at Resurrection Episcopal of Plano send this message to you this Easter. Servant Song By David Haas Will you let me be your servant Let me be as ...
From the Rt. Rev. Michael Smith
edod.org April 8, 2020The Psalms of Revenge and Violence and COVID-19During these days of self-isolation, social distancing, and hand-washing meant to slow down the pandemic of the coronavirus, one possible positive outcome for Episcopalians is the re-discovery of the Daily Offices. The offering of prayer an...
A traditional Anglican parish of the Reformed Episcopal Church (ACNA)
St. James is a growing parish in the Lake Highlands neighborhood of East Dallas and a member of the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas.
Nurturing faith, inspiring hope, and growing in love as we worship God, make disciples and serve East Dallas and the world. Service times at www.stjohnsepiscopal.org.
Our Saviour..believing in his Word..trusting in our Faith..demonstrating his Love..to the Honor and Glory of his Holy Name.
The Episcopal Church of the Ascension welcomes, nourishes and empowers a diverse body of God’s people to heed Jesus’ call to receive and proclaim the gospel and serve our community and the world beyond.
A living landmark in an ever changing neighborhood - Come and See!
Welcome to Saint Christopher's Episcopal Church! Holy Eucharist Sundays at 8 & 10 AM, Wednesdays at 10 AM. Daily Morning and Evening Prayer at 7:45 AM & 5:30 PM.
St. Luke’s is a joyous, family-friendly church located in north Dallas. Our traditional and contemporary worship reflects the spirituality of the Episcopal Church and our Bible-based preaching engages the life-giving issues we face.
Good Shepherd is a place where everyone can reconnect with God, form meaningful relationships with others, and find a place to grow in faith.
Our doors are open to all. This is the inclusiveness that distinguishes our church's past and promises to further enrich its future.
Equipping the laity of the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas to serve God in His church and the world.