Author: mmccready

Chalking the Door

17, December, 2020Posted by :mmccready

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On Epiphany, consider participating in an ancient tradition known as “Chalking the Door.” This practice consists of marking a blessing in chalk in a specific pattern of [...]

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Longing for Communion, by Deacon Lissie Rhoton

15, December, 2020Posted by :mmccready

“For nothing will be impossible with God.”  Luke 1:37 Gabriel says this at the Annunciation referencing both Mary’s own soon-to-be pregnancy and the pregnancy of he [...]

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What I Have Learned During the Pandemic, by Members of the Vestry

10, July, 2020Posted by :mmccready

Fr. Gerry asked members of the vestry to capture some of their thoughts about what they have learned during the pandemic. These candid reflections show the enduring strength of our [...]

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Turning Point?

10, June, 2020Posted by :mmccready

By Fr. Gerry Sevick We read, hear, and probably say it ourselves: “We are in a crisis.” The crisis we face has many facets. I read of all the critical events in our world right [...]

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A Year of Service

30, April, 2020Posted by :mmccready

By Melania and Giada Laubsch Even though our nation is dealing with COVID19 this year, The Little Flower Chapter of JDOK at Trinity Episcopal Church in The Woodlands, Texas has had [...]

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Service Bulletin for March 22, 2020

20, March, 2020Posted by :mmccready

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Service Bulletin for March 15, 2020

14, March, 2020Posted by :mmccready

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Grief — by Fr. Gerry

27, June, 2019Posted by :mmccready

That Saturday evening, we received the news as I was preparing for bed and thinking about Sunday services. Then we got the call. I knew it was true, but I was hoping I misunderstoo [...]

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Donations Needed for McAllen Humanitarian Respite Center — by Alyssa Stebbing

19, June, 2019Posted by :mmccready

To the Parish Communities in the Episcopal Diocese of Texas, Many of you have expressed interest in participating or continuing in the ministry work of Episcopal Migration Ministri [...]

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Entering Sacred Space and Time — by Fr. Gerry

13, June, 2019Posted by :mmccready

The days after the Feast of Pentecost are often called “Ordinary time” or the “Green Season.”  Every Sunday the clergy wear green vestments, with the exception of Trin [...]

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