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The Rev. Jerry Moriss, Canon for Rural Church Ministry for the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas, is returning to Nicaragua this spring to dedicate a new school and community center. This will be Morriss’ third trip in the past two years to...
Recently, 91 people registered for our Rural Church conference hosted by St. Dunstan’s Church in Mineola. The group included 17 priests and 18 different parishes and missions. This would prove to be the largest gathering of...