The Rev. Miles Brandon, vicar of St. Julian of Norwich Episcopal Church in Round Rock shares his story about how going into the community door-to-door to meet their neighbors in partnership with Central Texas Interfaith has transformed how his congregation sees their neighborhood and changed their approach to community ministry.
EHF’s new interactive map shows there can be than more than a 20-year difference in how long Texans live in one neighborhood compared to another, even though they may only be a few miles apart. The new tool highlights how poverty, income, race, and education levels have a dramatic impact on how long a person lives in Texas.
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In Common: Congregations and Communities in Action In Common is an opportunity to share with one another our hopes for building bridges and getting to know our neighbors. EHF, congregations, and community
Bautista shares her experience helping congregations build relationships with their communities and address important issues affecting families.
Congregation Spotlight: San Pedro, Pasadena makes connections to address concerns, spark change in its community
In a time of transition, see how the congregation is building relationships with neighbors to work for a safer and healthier community.