It has been a few years since there has been a college ministry at University of Memphis. And even longer since there was an active Episcopal presence at Rhodes College. With renewed energy from The Diocese of West ... Read More »
The Episcopal Church in West Tennessee invites all people, as God’s beloved, into communities of Christian Faith, Love and Service.
The Episcopal Church in West Tennessee is a welcoming community of believers with many voices, yet one faith in Jesus Christ, united in the Book of Common Prayer, nurtured by the sacraments and empowered by the Word of God for our ministry in the world.
Holy Currencies Workshop, November 17-20
The Rev. Dr. Eric H. F. Law, renowned author and founder and CEO of The Kaleidoscope Institute (KI) in Los Angeles, California, is coming to St. Columba Episcopal Conference and Retreat Center in Memphis from November 17 - 20th to lead a workshop on his newest book, Holy Currencies. The Diocese is very excited to host this “KI South” event. Learn More »
The 33rd Annual Diocesan Convention
The 33rd Annual Diocesan Convention will be held at Calvary Episcopal Church, 102 N. Second Street, Downtown Memphis, on November 21-22, 2014. Our keynote speaker will be the Rev. Dr. Eric H. F. Law of the Kaleidoscope Institute. Click here to register by October 1st. Learn More »
Barth House to Reopen at University of Memphis
The Diocesan Communicator August 25, 2014
Click here to read the August 25, 2014 issue of The Diocesan Communicator. Sign up to receive this semi-monthly e-newsletter in the bottom righ corner of www.episwtn.org Read More »
Happening is a renewal weekend held twice annually for Episcopal youth in grades 10-12. The weekend provides teens with ... Learn More »
Art Gallery Exhibit by Marty Parker
An exhibit by Memphis artist Marty Parker, entitled “Ampersand” Art, will open Friday, August 29, with a ... Learn More »
Choral Evensong and Holy Eucharist
Join us for an evening service of music! The Motet Choir, along with professional vocalists from the city, directed by ... Learn More »