Celebrate MLK Jr. with us. Welcome back, TSU! College Retreat 2019.
Get excited for all things Houston Canterbury happening at TSU this semester! Find out what is going on during Week One of the new semester, and check in with Maria Bautista Vargas, your campus missioner.
The Gathering at St. Luke the Evangelist, Sundays at 6:30-8:30 pm, is a student-centered Christian community that gathers around two tables: the altar and the dinner table.
Check out our August calendar, and share it out with Houston-area college or grad students in your lives. Also, need move-in help at UH or TSU? Want to meet up with a campus missioner to hear more about Houston Canterbury? Get in touch.
In the 2017-2018 academic year, Houston Canterbury successfully launched The Gathering at St. Luke the Evangelist, a Sunday night Eucharist and community dinner for college students and community members from UH and TSU. We need your help so that we can provide a hot meal for those who come hungry.
Canterbury this Week: April 2-8 – Grace Hour kicks off a new study of Romans, Ladies’ Night and Men’s Group meet this Friday. The Easter celebration continues.
Grace Hour: This April, we will take up Beverly Roberts Gaventa’s invitation to linger “in Romans” and to take in the theological scenery, breathing the graced air as we dare to see ourselves and the world around us with courageous honesty.
Easter Dinner, April 1, 6:30-8:30 pm
Join The Gathering @ St. Luke the Evangelist for a come-as-you-are celebration of God’s gift of life and salvation this Sunday, and be sure to bring a friend as we gather around the table.
Experience Holy Week in a new way this year. Participate in worship together or in a Rite of Reconciliation. Get on your bike and do the Stations of the Cross in the Third Ward with the St. Luke community. Join us at The Gathering.
On Saturday, March 24 from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, St. Luke the Evangelist (3530 Wheeler Ave, 77004) will host a Mental Health First Aid Training, sponsored by the Episcopal Health Foundation and the Union of Black Episcopalians.