Tag Archives: Episcopal Diocese of Northwest Texas

Service Set for Episcopal Bishop Sam Hulsey

A memorial service for the Rt. Rev. Sam B. Hulsey, former bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Northwest Texas, which includes Abilene, is scheduled for 10 a.m. Friday August 6, 2021, at Trinity Episcopal Church in Fort Worth. The church is located at 3401 Bellaire Drive South, Fort Worth. Hulsey, 88, died on August 6, 2020, exactly one year before the scheduled memorial

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Bishop Eases COVID Restrictions in Area Episcopal Churches

Bishop Scott Mayer has eased COVID-19 restrictions for churches in the Episcopal Diocese of Northwest Texas. Masks will still be required for indoor worship social distancing requirements will be lifted. The diocese issued the following statements, with changes effective Sunday, May 16: After more than a year of living with COVID-19, we may finally be seeing a light at the

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Churches, Ministries Continue with Mask Requirement

By LORETTA FULTON Many churches. ministries, and religious institutions are continuing with COVID-19 protocols, including wearing a mask, despite Gov. Greg Abbott’s announcement that the statewide mask mandate will be lifted effective Wednesday, March 10. The governor’s order also allows restaurants to return to 100 percent seating capacity, effective March 10. Reactions to the governor’s announcement vary from “it’s too

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BISHOPS ADDRESS CORONAVIRUS

The bishops of the Catholic Diocese of San Angelo and the Episcopal Diocese of Northwest Texas have issued statements concerning the coronavirus. The provide tips, suggestions, some changes in services and practices, and yes, prayers. THE RT. REV. SCOTT MAYER Bishop, Episcopal Diocese of Northwest Texas If an angel appeared to us today, I suspect the message might be, “Stay

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EPISCOPALIANS ‘LOVE TO TELL THE STORY’, AND DID, AT DIOCESAN CONVENTION

  The Episcopal Diocese of Northwest Texas held its 59th annual convention in Abilene Oct. 12-14, with events at the Church of the Heavenly Rest and at the Abilene Convention Center. The convention opened the night of Oct. 12 with the service of Evensong and conclude the morning of Oct. 14 with the convention Eucharist. A reception following Evensong and

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