East District Making a Difference
Churches in the East District have hosted three concerts for Imagine No Malaria, raising over $25,000 for that cause.
The East District Emergency Response Team ministered in Bastrop after the fires of 2011.
The population of the East District mission field has grown 9% since 2000.
A church of the East District is the distribution hub for the Northeast Texas Food Bank in our multi-county area.
The East District has two campus ministries – one at TAMU-Commerce and one at Paris Junior College.
The East District has 96 local and certified lay speakers.
A church of the East District provides a ‘high church’ worship opportunity for a former Episcopalian congregation.
The East District has paid 100% of its Apportionments for the last 16 years.
The East District is home to one of the new start up projects for the Center for New Church Development in 2012.
The East District is home to one of two Cooperative Parishes in the Conference.
The East District has an annual Laity Celebration attended by several hundred which highlights the ministry of the laity.
The East has Camp Pat Mayes within our district, allowing churches and groups to enjoy the beauty of nature within reasonable driving distance.