We are grateful to our current grantees and partners who help us realize our vision of healthy communities for all. That’s why EHF’s COVID-19 response plans will focus on these organizations.
Read EHF congregational engagement officer Willie Bennett’s conversation with Alan Yarborough, Office of the Bishop, Church Relations Officer about opportunities for Civic Engagement presented by the 2020 Census and upcoming elections.
Congregational Engagement welcomes Anne Eisner and Katherine Webber
Scott Madison of One Human Race, Austin, shares his racial justice work, his personal story, and his hopes for building racial solidarity across the Episcopal Diocese of Texas.
Clergy, lay leaders, and parishioners find inspiration during the first In Common gathering for 2020 at St. David’s Episcopal Church in Austin.
EHF is currently developing a COVID-19 response plan that takes a strategic, long-term approach. While we don’t know what’s coming next in this crisis, we do know that there’s going to be a long road ahead.
We invite Episcopal lay leaders, parishioners and clergy to the EHF’s 2020 In Common Gathering for communities and congregations in action–Join us for opportunities to share stories, be inspired by others, and gain new skills!
EHF Contracts with Rigoberto Ojeda as a Consultant to Hispanic Congregations
“One of our goals in the Episcopal Diocese of Texas is to meet our neighbors and support our communities. Helping with the 2020 Census is one way we can do this,” said The
In Tyler, congregations and community groups are finding common ground in their desire to have conversations about race and to build relationships in an effort to transcend generations of systemic racism.