We have a rich history of working hand-in-hand with local and global agencies to provide meaningful outreach opportunities and respond to needs. We strive to create sustainable change, equity and dignity for the most vulnerable by seeking and serving Christ and all persons; loving our neighbors as ourselves and advocating for justice and peace.
Our Five Pillars -
- Children, Youth, and Educational Equity
- Housing Stability and Solutions to Homelessness
- Economic Opportunities and Stabilization
- Reconciliation and Restorative Justice
- Care and Sustainment of God's Creation
- represent a vision to guide our path forward towards the Beloved Community.
Spring Blood Drive
Sunday, May 8, 10 am - 2 pm at Christ Church
Did you know that someone receives a blood transfusion in the USA every two seconds? Blood cannot be manufactured and has a limited shelf life. Generous blood donors are the only source of blood for patients in need of a transfusion, and one donation can help up to four patients. Consider donating this vital resource at our spring blood drive with Oneblood. Walk-ups are welcome but reservations are preferred. Register here »
Crisis in Ukraine
Episcopal Relief & Development is mobilizing with Anglican agencies and other partners in order to provide humanitarian assistance to people fleeing the violence in Ukraine.
Working through the Action by Churches Together Alliance (ACT Alliance), Episcopal Relief & Development will provide cash, blankets, hygiene supplies and other needed assistance.
“Ecumenical and orthodox faith networks are on the ground in the border areas of Poland and Hungary,” said Abagail Nelson, Executive Vice President, Episcopal Relief & Development. “We will continue to coordinate with these networks, in order to meet the needs of people who have been displaced.”
Please pray for all those affected. Donations to Episcopal Relief & Development’s International Disaster Response Fund will provide humanitarian assistance for the crisis in Ukraine.