[ST ISIDORE EPISCOPAL CHURCH]
Rev. Sean Steele explains the vision, mission and goals on this "different" kind of church.
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Saint Isidore Episcopal Church and Abundant Harvest Kitchen have taken everything this year has dealt them and found a way to give back to the community. Now, they’re planning ahead to be able to continue that giving.the church is participating in Giving Tuesday to raise $50,000 to keep the food pantry that the church started during the pandemic running next year. Click here to read the full story in the Conroe News.......
The Woodlands Chamber of Commerce recently showcased the Abundant Harvest Kitchen as a Spotlight organization. Click here to read what they had to say.
The Abundant Harvest Kitchen of St Isidore is delivering 35,000 pounds of food to over 200 households each week to help those in need and those who have lost the jobs during the Covid-19 pandemic. Read more about what it means to be offensively generous.
Woodlands worship leaders are adapting to "digital worship" and St Isidore is well structured to lead this transformation according to a recent article in the Community Impact newspaper. Read the whole article here.
Community Impact newspaper featured the Abundant Harvest Kitchen as its non-profit for the month of April. Read all about it here.
FOX 26 News: THE ABUNDANT HARVEST KITCHEN HELPING NEIGHBORS. The Abundant Harvest Kitchen has teamed up with local BBQ cooking teams to create meals for people in need. Watch the news report............
Community Impact newspaper reported that the Abundant Harvest Kitchen, a new Spring-based nonprofit food pantry and gathering center founded by the Saint Isidore Episcopal Church community, is working to provide meals for area residents who are experiencing food shortages related to the effects of the coronavirus outbreak. Read more.............
The new Abundant Harvest Kitchen at 24803 Oakhurst Drive has opened for business and is diving headlong into responding to the global COVID-19 pandemic. Read more.................
By Jamie Swinnerton, Staff writer.Houston Chronicle
Published 4:43 pm CST, Tuesday, December 10, 2019
With the grant money he was awarded, Pastor Sean Steele and his family will be traveling to South America for several weeks to an immersive Spanish language school. Read more.............