Episcopal Diocese of Dallas

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.

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Watch this video episode, He is not Blue or Red or Even Purple, of Guideposts to Christian Theology which aims to help others discern the signs of the time, and make sense of something they hear or read about Christianity.

Watch this video episode, He is not Blue or Red or Even Purple, of Guideposts to Christian Theology which aims to help others discern the signs of the time, and make sense of something they hear or read about Christianity.

07/26/2021

“As you know, we count as blessed those who have persevered. You have heard of Job’s perseverance and have seen what the Lord finally brought about. The Lord is full of compassion and mercy.” James 5:11 (NIV)

I have personally seen this verse in action. My husband, John, was senior warden of our church during a time of extreme turmoil. Membership dwindled to a just few families before it was over. We were without a rector because we could not afford to pay someone full-time. A supply priest came only on Sundays to celebrate the Eucharist. John called each of the adult members of the church and thanked them for staying and keeping the doors open.

John thought the church needed to be in prayer daily. He started dropping by every morning before work to pray in the sanctuary. He prayed for himself and our family. But one morning it occurred to him, “this church needs to be prayed for every day!” Each morning he prayed, “God, fill this church with people who love You and would come to love You!” He did this for a year.

Eventually, we were blessed with a priest who wanted to be our rector and was not concerned about the meager stipend. We began to grow. And grow. We grew so much we had to provide three services on Sunday! A couple of years later, the church was bequeathed a sum of money that allowed us to build a beautiful new church and turn the old building into a chapel with meeting rooms!

Today, the church’s congregation tops 500 members and has become a beacon of love and hope for the neighborhood. Our perseverance led to a wonderful example of “what the Lord finally brought about!”

Pat Hind
Service and Evangelism Chair

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The first video episode of Guideposts to Christian Theology to help others discern the signs of the time, and make sense of something they hear or read about Christianity. Click https://buff.ly/3kOLOuH

The first video episode of Guideposts to Christian Theology to help others discern the signs of the time, and make sense of something they hear or read about Christianity. Click https://buff.ly/3kOLOuH

Timeline Photos 07/24/2021

Enroll now in the class, Old Testament, offered by the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas' Stanton Center. The class is an in-depth exploration of the history, faith and literature of the people of Israel, from the origins of Israel's oral tradition to the time of the Divided Kingdom. The course is also an exploration of the prophetic literature of the Hebrew Scriptures, Wisdom Literature, apocalyptic materials, and the Psalms. Class focuses on Old Testament theology and its application to the Christian faith. The course is taught by the Rt. Rev. James Stanton, and will be offered online and in person. Click the link for more information, the Stanton Center catalogue and registration form. https://buff.ly/3jIxfbR

Enroll now in the class, Old Testament, offered by the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas' Stanton Center. The class is an in-depth exploration of the history, faith and literature of the people of Israel, from the origins of Israel's oral tradition to the time of the Divided Kingdom. The course is also an exploration of the prophetic literature of the Hebrew Scriptures, Wisdom Literature, apocalyptic materials, and the Psalms. Class focuses on Old Testament theology and its application to the Christian faith. The course is taught by the Rt. Rev. James Stanton, and will be offered online and in person. Click the link for more information, the Stanton Center catalogue and registration form. https://buff.ly/3jIxfbR

Timeline Photos 07/23/2021

Enroll now for the class, Ethics, offered by the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas' Stanton Center. The course is an examination of the classic tradition of Christian moral theology in which the student assesses and evaluates a wide variety of moral questions in contemporary life. The course looks critically at the interaction between our faith and our actions. The class is taught by the Rev. Canon Dr. Victor Austin, and will be offered online and in person. Click on the link for more information on, the Stanton Center catalogue or registration form. https://buff.ly/3jIxfbR

Enroll now for the class, Ethics, offered by the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas' Stanton Center. The course is an examination of the classic tradition of Christian moral theology in which the student assesses and evaluates a wide variety of moral questions in contemporary life. The course looks critically at the interaction between our faith and our actions. The class is taught by the Rev. Canon Dr. Victor Austin, and will be offered online and in person. Click on the link for more information on, the Stanton Center catalogue or registration form. https://buff.ly/3jIxfbR

Timeline Photos 07/22/2021

Enroll now in the class, Homiletics, offered by the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas' Stanton Center. This class is a study of liturgical preaching and homiletic skills. Instruction includes a reflection on the pastoral and liturgical place of the sermon. The class is taught by the Rev. Canon Michael Gilton, and will be offered online and in person. Click the link for more information, the Stanton Center catalogue and registration form.
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Enroll now in the class, Homiletics, offered by the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas' Stanton Center. This class is a study of liturgical preaching and homiletic skills. Instruction includes a reflection on the pastoral and liturgical place of the sermon. The class is taught by the Rev. Canon Michael Gilton, and will be offered online and in person. Click the link for more information, the Stanton Center catalogue and registration form.
https://buff.ly/3jIxfbR

Timeline Photos 07/20/2021

Enroll now in this Evangelism course offered by the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas' Stanton Center. The class will explore the nature of the Christian Gospel, how it has spread over time, and the mission of the church. Practical ways to share the good news in our every day lives and as a parish in today's contemporary culture will also be discussed. This class is taught by Canon Carrie Headington, and will be offered online and in person. Click this link for more information, for the Stanton Center catalogue and registration form. https://buff.ly/3jIxfbR

Enroll now in this Evangelism course offered by the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas' Stanton Center. The class will explore the nature of the Christian Gospel, how it has spread over time, and the mission of the church. Practical ways to share the good news in our every day lives and as a parish in today's contemporary culture will also be discussed. This class is taught by Canon Carrie Headington, and will be offered online and in person. Click this link for more information, for the Stanton Center catalogue and registration form. https://buff.ly/3jIxfbR

Timeline Photos 07/19/2021

Hear how the Rev. Marci Pounders transformed through Christ in this podcast series Encounters with Christ. https://buff.ly/3ioKCeR

Hear how the Rev. Marci Pounders transformed through Christ in this podcast series Encounters with Christ. https://buff.ly/3ioKCeR

Timeline Photos 07/18/2021

Enroll now for this course, Diaconal Theology/Liturgical Role, offered by the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas' Stanton Center. The class is a study of the history and theology of the diaconate, its traditional purposes, and contemporary applications. The theological and practical role of the deacon in the liturgy is included. This class is taught by the Rev. Diana Luck, and will be offered online and in person. Click this link for more information, the Stanton Center catalogue and registration form. https://buff.ly/3jIxfbR

Enroll now for this course, Diaconal Theology/Liturgical Role, offered by the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas' Stanton Center. The class is a study of the history and theology of the diaconate, its traditional purposes, and contemporary applications. The theological and practical role of the deacon in the liturgy is included. This class is taught by the Rev. Diana Luck, and will be offered online and in person. Click this link for more information, the Stanton Center catalogue and registration form. https://buff.ly/3jIxfbR

Timeline Photos 07/18/2021

Enroll now in the class an Introduction to Christian Theology offered by the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas' Stanton Center. The ancient creeds were the early Church's guide to reading the Bible. They also have served as the foundation of Anglican self-understanding and ecumenical effort. They enable us to put first things first. They "fence" out false understandings of the faith. This course will expound their meaning in such a way as to draw out their pastoral and missional implications. This course is taught by the Rev. Andrew Gross, and will be offered online and in person. Click the link below for more information, the Stanton Center catalogue and registration form. https://buff.ly/3jIxfbR

Enroll now in the class an Introduction to Christian Theology offered by the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas' Stanton Center. The ancient creeds were the early Church's guide to reading the Bible. They also have served as the foundation of Anglican self-understanding and ecumenical effort. They enable us to put first things first. They "fence" out false understandings of the faith. This course will expound their meaning in such a way as to draw out their pastoral and missional implications. This course is taught by the Rev. Andrew Gross, and will be offered online and in person. Click the link below for more information, the Stanton Center catalogue and registration form. https://buff.ly/3jIxfbR

Timeline Photos 07/17/2021

Enroll now for the New Testament course offered by the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas' Stanton Center. The class is an exploration of the content, composition, and theological emphases of the Synoptic Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, as well as the Gospel of John. Attention is given to major interpretive approaches and their presuppositions. The course also highlights the Book of Acts, the letters of Paul, the Pastoral Epistles, Hebrews, and the Book of Revelation, emphasizing their historical context, structure, and the theological content. The class will be taught by the Rt. Rev. James Stanton, and will be offered online and in person. Click the link for more information, the Stanton Center catalog and registration form. https://buff.ly/3jIxfbR

Enroll now for the New Testament course offered by the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas' Stanton Center. The class is an exploration of the content, composition, and theological emphases of the Synoptic Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, as well as the Gospel of John. Attention is given to major interpretive approaches and their presuppositions. The course also highlights the Book of Acts, the letters of Paul, the Pastoral Epistles, Hebrews, and the Book of Revelation, emphasizing their historical context, structure, and the theological content. The class will be taught by the Rt. Rev. James Stanton, and will be offered online and in person. Click the link for more information, the Stanton Center catalog and registration form. https://buff.ly/3jIxfbR

Timeline Photos 07/16/2021

Register now for the course Church History: General/Anglican offered by the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas' Stanton Center. This class is an exploration of Christian thought from the institution of the Church through the Reformation to the contemporary schools. The course will emphasize Anglican history and theology in the second semester. This class is taught by the Rev. Cal Lane, and will be offered online and in person. For more information click the link for the Stanton Center catalogue and registration form. https://buff.ly/3jIxfbR

Register now for the course Church History: General/Anglican offered by the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas' Stanton Center. This class is an exploration of Christian thought from the institution of the Church through the Reformation to the contemporary schools. The course will emphasize Anglican history and theology in the second semester. This class is taught by the Rev. Cal Lane, and will be offered online and in person. For more information click the link for the Stanton Center catalogue and registration form. https://buff.ly/3jIxfbR

Timeline Photos 07/10/2021

Enroll now in the class, An Introduction to Christian Theology, offered by the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas' Stanton Center. The ancient creeds were the early Church's guide to reading the Bible. They also have served as the foundation of Anglican self-understanding and ecumenical effort. They enable us to put first things first. They "fence" out false understandings of the faith. This course will expound their meaning in such a way as to draw out their pastoral and missional implications. This course is taught by the Rev. Andrew Gross, and will be offered online and in person. Click the link below for more information, the Stanton Center catalogue and registration form. https://buff.ly/3jIxfbR

Enroll now in the class, An Introduction to Christian Theology, offered by the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas' Stanton Center. The ancient creeds were the early Church's guide to reading the Bible. They also have served as the foundation of Anglican self-understanding and ecumenical effort. They enable us to put first things first. They "fence" out false understandings of the faith. This course will expound their meaning in such a way as to draw out their pastoral and missional implications. This course is taught by the Rev. Andrew Gross, and will be offered online and in person. Click the link below for more information, the Stanton Center catalogue and registration form. https://buff.ly/3jIxfbR

Timeline Photos 07/09/2021

Enroll now in the class Old Testament, offered by the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas' Stanton Center. The class is an in-depth exploration of the history, faith and literature of the people of Israel, from the origins of Israel's oral tradition to the time of the Divided Kingdom. The course is also an exploration of the prophetic literature of the Hebrew Scriptures, Wisdom Literature, apocalyptic materials, and the Psalms. Class focuses on Old Testament theology and its application to the Christian faith. The course is taught by the Rt. Rev. James Stanton, and will be offered online and in person. Click the link for more information, the Stanton Center catalogue and registration form. https://buff.ly/3jIxfbR

Enroll now in the class Old Testament, offered by the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas' Stanton Center. The class is an in-depth exploration of the history, faith and literature of the people of Israel, from the origins of Israel's oral tradition to the time of the Divided Kingdom. The course is also an exploration of the prophetic literature of the Hebrew Scriptures, Wisdom Literature, apocalyptic materials, and the Psalms. Class focuses on Old Testament theology and its application to the Christian faith. The course is taught by the Rt. Rev. James Stanton, and will be offered online and in person. Click the link for more information, the Stanton Center catalogue and registration form. https://buff.ly/3jIxfbR

Timeline Photos 07/08/2021

Sign up quick for this soon-to-be popular class offered at the Stanton Center: Spiritual Theology I, Life in Christ: Ascetical Theology and Spiritual Practices, taught by the Rt. Rev. Michael Smith and Pat Stone. This is an introduction to the basic elements of Christian spirituality. The course explores the spirituality of the Book of Common Prayer and a variety of spiritual practices and techniques by application to the student's pilgrimage. Check out the course syllabus here. https://buff.ly/3hLWK9v And the Stanton Center catalogue here. https://buff.ly/3jIxfbR

Sign up quick for this soon-to-be popular class offered at the Stanton Center: Spiritual Theology I, Life in Christ: Ascetical Theology and Spiritual Practices, taught by the Rt. Rev. Michael Smith and Pat Stone. This is an introduction to the basic elements of Christian spirituality. The course explores the spirituality of the Book of Common Prayer and a variety of spiritual practices and techniques by application to the student's pilgrimage. Check out the course syllabus here. https://buff.ly/3hLWK9v And the Stanton Center catalogue here. https://buff.ly/3jIxfbR

Timeline Photos 07/08/2021

Enroll now for Ethics, offered by the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas' Stanton Center. The course is an examination of the classic tradition of Christian moral theology in which the student assesses and evaluates a wide variety of moral questions in contemporary life. The course looks critically at the interaction between our faith and our actions. The class is taught by the Rev. Canon Dr. Victor Austin, and will be offered online and in person. Click on the link for more information on, the Stanton Center catalogue or registration form. https://buff.ly/3jIxfbR

Enroll now for Ethics, offered by the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas' Stanton Center. The course is an examination of the classic tradition of Christian moral theology in which the student assesses and evaluates a wide variety of moral questions in contemporary life. The course looks critically at the interaction between our faith and our actions. The class is taught by the Rev. Canon Dr. Victor Austin, and will be offered online and in person. Click on the link for more information on, the Stanton Center catalogue or registration form. https://buff.ly/3jIxfbR

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