Vestry Update

St. Mary’s, Cypress, as it is often called, was named after the original St. Mary’s Episcopal Church founded in Houston in 1892. The church was built about 1900 at the corner of Terry and Harrington. In 1959, the church was destroyed by an arson fire set by children. There is a brick from St. Mary’s, Houston at the base of the cross in the Patterson Outdoor Worship Center and Prayer Path.

Since we celebrated the Sacrament of Baptism last Sunday, I thought you would like to know that the shell that holds Holy Water for baptisms was given by the family of Becky Johnson and is from Corpus Christi. The stand was handcrafted by a founding member.

Cindy Angle, Senior Warden


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