The Diocese of the Rio Grande was formed in 1952 by the General Convention of The Episcopal Church from the Missionary District of New Mexico and Southwest Texas.
The Diocese encompasses 154,000 square miles of the State of New Mexico and Far West Texas from the Pecos River to the border with Mexico along the Rio Grande.
The Rt. Rev. Michael Buerkel Hunn was elected Bishop of the Diocese of the Rio Grande on May 5, 2018. He was ordained and consecrated Bishop on November 3, 2018, as serves as chief pastor for the 15,000 members of the congregations of the Diocese that comprises the 154,000 square miles of the Diocese.
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Newsletter created to provide information and news about the work of the General Convention Office, as well as links to important documents.
Excellence in Leadership (EiL) seeks to form courageous, resilient, and faithful leaders who are better equipped to build courageous, resilient, and faithful communities of faith, for the sake of the world.
Participate in a study of the designated lessons for the coming Sunday to help discover the depths of meaning in the upcoming reading.
The birth, death and resurrection of Christ: from Michelangelo to Tiepolo
Four part workshop using art, movement and journaling to explore our connection to the divine, our inner wisdom and our individual patterns as we emerge into the best version of ourselves. Facilitated by Sarah Day, CST-T, OTL, MPH.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby has invited all of the bishops of the Anglican Communion to study the first letter of Peter at the Lambeth Conference in the summer of 2020. 1st Peter is written to a mostly poor community which is a misunderstood minority in a society suspicious of the followers of Jesus.
This workshop is intended for clergy, wardens, treasurers and vestries and will include best practices, ministry and fiduciary expectations along with Bishop Hunn's vision for how Vestries and Bishop's Committees can work together with Bishop and his staff to strengthen congregations.
All ages exploring the bible together through worship and the arts. Rotating Bible study locations beginning in January concluding with summer Vacation Bible School.
EYE20 will be open to current high school students enrolled in 9, 10, 11, 12 grade for 2019/20 school year and between 15 and 19 years old