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Render Unto Caesar

2014 October 30

Bishop Epps (Cropped)Bishop David Epps

The Cathedral of Christ the King
Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost
October 12, 2014

Sermon Link: Render Unto Caesar

Kremlin Tactics in Houston, Texas

2014 October 29

Bishop David EppsArticle by BISHOP DAVID EPPS

Politicians in Houston, TX have apparently adopted Kremlin tactics in dealing with dissent. The city of Houston has issued subpoenas demanding a group of pastors turn over any sermons dealing with homosexuality, gender identity or Annise Parker, the city’s first openly lesbian mayor. And those ministers who fail to comply could be held in contempt of court.

This all began when the City Council passed an ordinance allowing, among other things, men to use women’s rest rooms and vice versa. The action was part of the city’s “non-discrimination ordinance.” Opponents of the ordinance launched a petition drive that gathered over 50,000 signatures, far more than the under 18,000 signatures needed to put the ordinance to a public vote. The city threw out the petition. A lawsuit was filed by opponents of the ordinance and the city responded by issuing subpoenas to the pastors.

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Elder Care Workshop This Coming Saturday

2014 October 27
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All of us will probably need elder care information either for ourselves or a loved one at sometime in our lives. The Division of Diocesan Ministry Development will be hosting a Elder Care Workshop, Saturday, November 1, 2014 at the Cathedral of Christ the King Family Life Center to provide vital information regarding elder care. A wonderful slate of professionals will be available to discuss major aspects of caring for the elderly.

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The Invitation

2014 October 25

Bishop Epps (Cropped)Bishop David Epps

The Cathedral of Christ the King
Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost
October 12, 2014

Sermon Link: The Invitation

Going Home

2014 October 23
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Bishop David EppsArticle by BISHOP DAVID EPPS

It had been a long time—a very long time—since I had walked through the doors. Some things had been changed, added to, moved, or eliminated…but it was the same: familiar, warm, and comforting. I was back in my hometown of Kingsport, Tennessee and it was a Sunday. It was just before 11:00 a.m. and I found a seat about two of the way back and settled in. After 41 years, I was back in a pew at Mountain View United Methodist Church.

I had started going to the church youth group on a Sunday evening during the summer of 1966. read more…

ICCEC Annual Missions Offering

2014 October 21

Missions Africa


CEC Missions and Development Offerings

Each Year we have committed to raise funds to support our churches and people in Africa. We do this on All Saints Sunday, which is 2 Nov this year.

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Our Approachable God

2014 October 20

Dan HaleArchdeacon Dan Hale

The Cathedral of Christ the King
Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost
October 5, 2014

Sermon Link: Our Approachable God

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