This Diocese is a constituent member of the Anglican Communion, a Fellowship within the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church, consisting of those duly constituted Dioceses, Provinces and regional churches in communion with the See of Canterbury, upholding and propagating the historic Faith and Order as set forth in the Old and New Testaments and expressed in the Book of Common Prayer. The mission of the diocese is To Equip the Saints for the Work of Ministry.
Monday, March 10, 2014
in Fort Worth.
A congregation of over 70 was on hand to celebrate the first
confirmation in their new building on Sunday at All Saints’ Church
in Monroe. Founded in 2010 as a mission station of the Diocese,
they recently relocated to a former Lutheran Church, and
Fr. Mark Bleakley is serving as their vicar. Special guests
were retired Nigerian Bishop Emmanuel and his wife,
visiting family members who live in the area.
Christ the King & All Saints,
Fr. Darryl Pigeon welcomed 145 worshippers to three services
on Sunday.Between services on Lent I, parishioners enjoyed
breakfast and Bible study together.The Fort Worth parishes
Christ the King and All Saints’inaugurated a shared ministry
arrangement on Ash Wednesday.
Feb. 20: A pavilion with fireplace is under construction now
at Camp Crucis. The open structure, with wooden beams
and stone walls, is being built in memory of Scotty Geiger
by her children. Scotty attended the first camp session
in 1947 and was a lifelong friend of the camp.