Liz Crawley, a member of the staff of the Bishop of Rhode Island, works with Mobile Loaves and Fishes. The program helps feed the hungry in Rhode Island with a food truck that travels across the state.
The Slate Project is a group in Baltimore made up of Episcopalians, Lutherans and Presbyterians who wonder what would happen if the slate was wiped clean on Christianity.
Dani Scoville reflects on her journey to finding a home at St. Gregory’s in the Episcopal Church.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Washington D.C.December 16, 2015
An outreach ministry of Thad’s, Laundry Love takes one Monday a month where the community washes laundry for those in need. Venice, California.
Abdulwahab Alabid came to the United States after he was forced to flee Iraq where his job for a U.S. government contractor led to threats against his family. “Nobody wants to flee his country,” Wahab notes, but the family is making the most of the freedom, safety and welcome they’ve found in the U.S.
Leigh Foster reflects on finding a home with The Crossing, a community of young adults meeting on Thursday nights.