1. Swinging thuribles and hookah coals

    Swinging thuribles and hookah coals

    Here's a Rundown of How and Why We use Incense in Worship

  2. Word From the Bishop

    Word From the Bishop

    Prayer for New Zealand Mosque Tragedy

  3. Episcopal Foundation of Dallas Grants

    Episcopal Foundation of Dallas Grants

    Grant Cycle Opens Feb. 1, Closes April 15

  4. Resolution B012 Update

    Resolution B012 Update

    New Visiting Bishop

  5. Bishop's Address

    Bishop's Address

    Diocesan Convention 2018

  6. Heart For Helping the Homeless

    Heart For Helping the Homeless

    Homeless Ministry Changes Lives

  7. Diary of a Theologian

    Diary of a Theologian

    Our Father

  8. Radical Vocation Conference a Hit

    Radical Vocation Conference a Hit

    Attendees Reflect on the Priesthood

  9. RADVO Attendees Talk About Conference

    RADVO Attendees Talk About Conference

    Discernment and Speakers Were Main Attractions

  10. Weekly Program: Being the Church

    Weekly Program: Being the Church

  11. Responding to God's Call

    Responding to God's Call

    Good Shepherd Expands Ministry

  12. Bishop Sumner's Extended Pastoral Letter to the Diocese

    Bishop Sumner's Extended Pastoral Letter to the Diocese

  13. Photo Slideshow

    Photo Slideshow

    The Consecration and Enthronement

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The mission of the church is to restore all people to unity with God and each other in Christ 

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Bishop George Sumner oversees pastoral and administrative needs throughout the diocese. He is responsible for pastoral care to clergy and their families, meeting congregational needs and diocesan-wide strategy. He is a chief pastor for more than 32,000 Episcopalians, 200 clergy and 100 congregations, schools and institutions. He was elected the 7th Bishop in 2015. 

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