Saturday, November 13, 2021, via Zoom

New name, same loving God

The Episcopal Church of North Texas is a new name for this diocese of The Episcopal Church that since 1983 has been the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth. Our name has changed but our loving, liberating, life giving God has not.

Doing church differently

Our congregations are returning to in person worship, so the diocese is now featuring the live streamed services of our congregations.

Greetings from The Episcopal Church in North Texas

The Episcopal Church in North Texas and the entire Episcopal Church, welcomes you in the name of Jesus Christ.

We are a welcoming and affirming group of local Christian communities in and around the Fort Worth area who are united with The Episcopal Church, a province of the worldwide Anglican Communion, and a part of the one, holy, catholic, and apostolic Church.

We pray that you will be inspired to learn more about The Episcopal Church. You might just be surprised at what you find.

When you are ready, we would love for you to visit one of our congregations.

Be alert, be calm, and take precautions against the coronavirus

Evangelism Intiative launched

For the unchurched, the dechurched, those hurt by the church, those told God hates them.


The first Incarnation

This is the sermon the Rt. Rev. Scott Mayer, bishop of The Episcopal Church in North Texas, preached at his visitation to St. Alban’s Theatre Arlington, on the Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost, September 26, 2021. ———– St Alban’s Arlington 2021    Creation Season, Mountain Sunday   September 26 I have an all-time favorite New Yorker cartoon. It’s a cartoon picture of two fleas standing on a dog’s back. One flea is speaking to the other. And the flea says (the caption reads):…

The mystery of the other path

This is the sermon the Rev. Paula Jefferson preached on the Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost, September 19, 2021, for the live streamed worship service at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Keller. ——– The Road Not Taken By Robert Frost Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it bent in the undergrowth; Then took the other, as just as…

The bread of life

  This is the sermon the Rev. Alan Bentrup preached on the Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost, August 8, 2021, at the 10:30 am featured live streamed service of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Keller. ——- A Sermon for Proper 14B, 2021 John 6:35, 41-51 Like many folks, my wife took up the hobby of bread baking during the pandemic. Loaves, doughs, bagels, crackers. Man, you’ve got to try these crackers… Bread baking, I’ve learned, isn’t just a small hobby. There are costs involved.…

What is our cross over moment this day?

This is the sermon the Rev. Kevin Johnson preached at St. Alban’s Theatre Arlington, for the featured live streamed service for the Ninth Sunday of Pentecost, July 25, 2021. ——– If you’ll remember, few weeks back we talked about the notion that when Jesus crosses the Galilean Sea something is always afoot.  I think that was the sermon in which I observed that everyone always looks and sounds better with a group of back-up singers and the choir jumped right…