Join us for free dinner at 7:30pm every Sunday night and Wednesday night!
at Canterbury House - 902 George Bush Dr.
(enter via the back of the building from the parking lot at the end of Aberdeen Pl. we share with St. Thomas Episcopal Church)
Our mission at the Episcopal Student Center at Texas A&M University and Blinn College is to provide a unique, alternative faith community that is personal, inclusive and sacred.
By personal, we mean that we're a place where people will get to know your name, who you are, and care about you as an individual. We are large enough to have a good group when we gather but not so big you get lost in the crowd. We care about one another as a family.
By inclusive, we mean that we value who you are as you are. We welcome people who grew up Episcopalian and people who've never even heard of them, people who are Christian and people who aren't sure, people of all different races, sexual orientations, denominations, political persuasions, nationalities, or any other thing that makes us unique or different. All are valued as children of God.
By sacred, we mean that we are a part of a Christian tradition that values the sacred mystery of life and worship. Our worship is built around scripture and the sacrament of Holy Communion (aka the Eucharist). We are part of a centuries-old Anglican tradition, rooted in the deeper catholic tradition of the universal Church, that values a rhythm of prayer and holy mystery seeing God through one another and God's amazing world.
Our life together has a home base at Canterbury House, right across the street from the A&M Campus near Kyle Field. We gather here for worship, bible study, dinner, fun and games, and a place to hang out together throughout the week. Canterbury House always has free coffee, snacks, wifi, printers, couches, musical instruments, a study room, a game/living room, a kitchen, and a chapel. You are not only welcomed here, we believe you will feel, like all of us do, that you belong here.