Select this image to find Service Sheets and Readings to be used for upcoming Services such as the Holy Communion, and the Daily Office. You can also visit our Sunday Worship and Wednesday services on Facebook Live by following the links below:

Holy Communion - Sunday 10:30 am
     Order of Service bulletin  (Prints on 8.5" x 14" sheets)
     The Lessons
     The Hymns

Morning Prayer -  Sunday 10:30 am
     Printable Service Bulletin  
     Bulletin Insert
     The Lessons
     The Hymns

Evening Prayer – Wednesday 6:00 pm 
     Printable Service Bulletin "Said"
     Printable Service Bulletin "Sung"
     Psalm of the Day
     The Lessons

Sunday Morning Worship at 10:30 am, in person or on Facebook Live.
Wednesday Evening Prayer at 6:00 pm, in person or on Facebook Live.


Celebrate the Feast of St. Francis with us!
About the Service:
The service will be held outside on our lovely grounds on Saturday October Third at 4:00 PM.
The brief service praises God for all He has done in creation and then we pray that God will bless each of our beloved animals with health, healing, and life. Each animal will be sprinkled with Holy Water and given a blessing card with a St. Francis medal for their collar.  Refreshments will be served for those attending and their pets.  So, plan to stay around and enjoy some fun times with fellow pet lovers!  Mask and distancing protocol will be followed. Each animal must be on a leash or in a carrier. 

The Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth

Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth

Today we rejoice that the Supreme Court of Texas has issued a unanimous decision in our favor concerning the suit first brought against the Diocese and Corporation more than 11 years ago. After considering our Petition for Review of the 2018 opinion issued by the Second Court of Appeals, the high Court has granted all the relief requested.

Page two of the opinion says in part,

Applying neutral principles to the undisputed facts, we hold that 1) resolution of this property dispute does not require consideration of an ecclesiastical question, 2) under the governing documents, the withdrawing faction is the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth, and 3) the trial court properly granted summary judgment in the withdrawing faction’s favor. We therefore reverse the court of appeals’ contrary judgment.
In its opinion, the Court found that the Diocese had not violated any Episcopal Church charter in withdrawing from association to TEC in 2008, and that the actions of the Diocese and Corporation were consistent with our own charters and with the state’s trust and unincorporated association statutes, and it upheld the dismissal of the Dennis Canon as determinative in Texas church property disputes.

Plaintiffs may exercise their rights of appeal, after which a mandate will go to the trial court for implementation.

We are grateful for the Court’s hard work on this decision and for the clarity with which it was rendered. We give thanks to the members of our legal team – Shelby Sharpe, Scott Brister, and David Weaver – for their sound counsel, expertise, and perseverance throughout these proceedings.

We give thanks for our visionary founding Bishop, the Rt. Rev. A. Donald Davies, and for those who assisted him in setting the legal and temporal foundations of the Diocese and Corporation. We stand on their shoulders.

We praise God for the steadfast faith and leadership of our third Bishop, the Rt. Rev. Jack L. Iker, a true shepherd of the flock, who made many sacrifices throughout his episcopate for the sake of Christ’s holy Church.

Above all, we thank God for his eternal provision and protection for his Church and the people he has called to serve him.

Read the Court's opinion (30-page PDF)





“I will build my Church”, Jesus announced upon Peter's confession. But as He went on to describe the foundation of that building project—how he “must suffer many things” and “be killed”—Peter cannot comprehend how anything can be built upon a rejected stone—upon Christ crucified. And so Jesus takes Peter on a journey to see the pattern on the mount.
“Build all things according to the Pattern”, the LORD told Moses. Sacred architecture must follow a revealed pattern because it's not merely the shape of a shelter, but the shape of the people, the shape of the cosmos, the shape of the heart.