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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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.
In partnership with Harmonic Kids, Albuquerque's only licensed Music Together Center, St. Mark's, Alb., is offering Music Together Family Classes on a sliding scale/pay what you can basis.
Mother Jan Hosea will facilitate a six-week group meeting for those experiencing grief in their lives.
Revealing Heaven, the Christian Case for Near Death Experiences
A concert of remembrance featuing Bob Chilcott's Requiem. The Cathedral Choir with Chamber Orchestra.
The Women's Ministry of the Diocese of the Rio Grande holding their Annual Bosque Center Weekend on November 15-16
Polyphony: Voices of New Mexico will stage a reconstruction of Tallis' monumental 40-part Renaissance motet, Spem in Alium, written in 1570 for eight choirs of five voices each. Arguably the greatest work of Renaissance choral music by an English composer, Spem in Alium was Tallis' crowning achievement.
The 2nd Annual Border Ministries Summit provides an opportunity to share information, build partnerships and increase awareness of the important ministries taking place on both sides of the border.
Fine art, food, fun, seasonal gifts, high quality crafts