DWTX NEWS

FOOD FOR THE SOUL

Food for the Soul is a weekend retreat for adults focused on sharing food, fun, and fellowship at Mustang Island Conference Center, February 7 - 9. The Rev. Don Lee will serve as chaplain.

For more information, Click here or contact Lynn Corby, Mustang Island Registrar, lynn.corby@dwtx.org.

FATHER SON RETREAT AT CAMP CAPERS

Father Son Retreat at Camp Capers will take place February 7 - 9, a special weekend of shared adventure and fun, with honest conversations about faith and family. The retreat is open to fathers, or father figures, and their sons (ages six to eighteen). Cost is $150 for adults and $110 per child. Scholarships are available.

Click here to sign up, and contact camp.capers@dwtx.org with questions.

DWTX CAMP REGISTRATION

2020 registration for Mid-Winter Camp, Summer Camp, and Family Camp sessions at Camp Capers, Mustang Island Conference Center, and Duncan Park opened Monday, November 4. Make time for fun, friendship, and faith formation next year at our beautiful diocesan camps.

Dates and registration will be available at dwtx.org/camps.

EPISCOPAL CHURCH STATEMENT ON REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT

The Episcopal Church released a statement on Saturday, January 11, in response to Governor Greg Abbott's decision to reject refugee resettlement. "Texans have long been known for their southern hospitality and generosity of spirit. Additionally, many Texans are people of strong faith who take seriously the Gospel call to welcome the stranger and to help those who are fleeing religious persecution and violence. The Episcopal community in Texas shares these values."

Click here to read more.

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