See the grants in your area that are a part of EHF’s $10 million overall response plan to the crisis.
Learn about EHF’s $6.5 million in grants to strengthen community-based clinics, expand health benefits across the diocese
See how EHF is working to improve health, not just health care in YOUR area.
EHF’s Congregational Engagement team has put together a list of mental health resources for COVID-19 and beyond.
Discover two congregations partnering with communities to improve mental health with strategic planning support from EHF.
Until we address both the explicit and implicit racism that affects our society, true healing cannot occur and its impact on health cannot be reduced.
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.