Featured live streamed services 2022

Featured live streamed services 2022

The Episcopal Church in North Texas is featuring a different one of our congregation’s live streamed worship services every week. As more of our congregations add live streamed services, we will add them to the rotating featured spot.

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. In early 2021, a secular court  of law awarded that name to people who left The Episcopal Church in 2008.  Please be aware that the group now using the name Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth is not part of The Episcopal Church, but is instead part of a group calling itself the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA). This group is not part of the Worldwide Anglican Communion.  While some ACNA dioceses do ordain women, the ACNA diocese calling itself the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth does not. They are not welcoming of out LGBTQ people. They use a different prayer book. Their priests are not Episcopal priests.
Here is a list of our congregations that are affiliated with The Episcopal Church.

second sunday after the epiphany, January 16, 2022

On the Second Sunday after the Epiphany, January 16, 2022,  we are featuring the 9:30 am worship service of St. Christopher Episcopal Church, worshiping at St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church, 5709 Wedgwood, Fort Worth, TX, 76133.  The service is live streamed here

The Rev. Bill Stanford is the celebrant. The Rev. Edwin Barnett is the preacher. The musician is David Lindsey.

St. Christopher is one of the congregations that lost their building when the Texas Supreme Court awarded Episcopal Church property to people who left The Episcopal Church, which is why they are currently worshiping in St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church. Nevertheless their outreach and ministry continues. Every third Saturday, for example, their Laundry Love ministry provides free laundry service for those in need at Tarrant Laundry, 5866 S. Hulen, Fort Worth.

OTHER LIVE STREAMED SERVICES

Other live streamed services are available as well:

Trinity Episcopal Church, Fort Worth
9:30 am
https://www.facebook.com/fortworthtrinity/
https://www.youtube.com/user/trinityepiscopalfw

Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, Granbury
9:30 am
https://www.facebook.com/GoodShepherdGranbury/

St Alban’s Episcopal Church, Theatre Arlington
10 am on 1st, 3rd, 4th and 5th Sundays
https://www.facebook.com/StAlbansArlington

St. Martin-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church, Keller
10:30 am
https://www.youtube.com/user/stmartinkeller
https://www.facebook.com/stmartinkellertx/

St Luke’s Episcopal Church, Stephenville
9:30 am
https://www.facebook.com/stlukesstephenville/

St. Christopher Episcopal Church
9:30 am
http://facebook.com/StChristopherEpiscopalChurchFortWorth

first sunday after The epiphany, January 9, 2022

On the First Sunday after the Epiphany, January 9, 2022, we are featuring St. Alban’s Theatre Arlington.  They are observing the Feast of the Epiphany at this service, which will feature their famous No Practice Epiphany Pageant. They will live stream their service at 10 am on their Facebook Page.  Download the worship bulletin here.

The preacher and the presider will be the Rev. Kevin Johnson, rector.  John Dosher is the music and choir director. The congregation is worshiping in a classroom across the street from Theatre Arlington while the theatre is undergoing renovations.

St. Christopher Episcopal Church
9:30 am
http://facebook.com/StChristopherEpiscopalChurchFortWorth

Trinity Episcopal Church, Fort Worth
9:30 am
https://www.facebook.com/fortworthtrinity/

Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, Granbury
9:30 am
https://www.facebook.com/GoodShepherdGranbury/

St Alban’s Episcopal Church, Theatre Arlington
10 am
https://www.facebook.com/StAlbansArlington

Second Sunday of Christmas, January 2, 2022

On the Second Sunday of Christmas, January 2, 2022, we are featuring the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd4530 Acton Highway, Granbury. They will live stream their service at 9:30 am on their Facebook Page as well as broadcast to their church parking lot on  FM radio @ 93.5.

The Very Rev. Doug Travis is the priest in charge. The Rev. Leslie Guinn is assisting clergy. Dr. Iwao Asakura is the director of music arts, and Ms. Mitzi Ames is the organist.

Good Shepherd  was founded in 1972 as a mission, became a parish in 1981, and was located for many years at 3600 Fall Creek Highway in Acton. In 2008, the Episcopalians of Good Shepherd were forced out of their historic building and found alternative worship spaces, where they thrived. Since September 22, 2019, the congregation has been in their brand new building, located on Acton Highway between Granbury and Acton, at 4530 Acton Highway, Granbury/Acton.

Other live streamed services

Other live streamed services are available: