and we aren't the only ones who think so. We are honored to have great volunteers help to lead us. Ally Bank thinks so also, and they chose one of our volunteers for their Banksgiving give back.
For several years, Saint Isidore Episcopal Church has found its home wherever it could, growing its community in homes, gyms, even Taco Bells. Now, while the roving spirit of the church will remain, it will finally have a place to bring those communities together when it opens The Harvest...read more.
St Isidore has acquired an 8,100 square foot building in Spring, TX near I-45 as the future site for the Abundant Harvest Kitchen & Event Space and the gathering space for the Common Collective as well as ministry space for Warrior Church, the church's Food Pantry and a garage for its Food Truck. Renovations will begin in September with plans to have the facility operational by year end 2019.
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Our partners Stronger to Serve were featured on ABC13 Houston while working on the Abundant Harvest food truck at Laundry Love. What a great group! We love working with them at so many events including our food pantries and community meals. Read more and watch the video..........
The Abundant Harvest, a food truck ministry of St. Isidore, north of Houston, built relationships in several vulnerable communities prior to Harvey, according to Molly Carr, missioner. When Harvey overwhelmed residents with as much as 18 feet of water, Carr expanded food operations to be present to residents at least once a week for more than a year. Read more of the Texas Episcopalian article.......
Brews and religious views mix peacefully at Pub Theology meetings
By Jane Stueckemann, Staff Writer | August 22, 2018| Houston Chronicle
Where do an Episcopalian, a Methodist and someone who is in between an Agnostic and a Christian gather together to drink beer and talk about theological and philosophical issues — such as the meaning or absurdity of life? Mike Mayo, Adam Looney and Josephine Patton gather Tuesday, Aug. 21, at Hop Scholar Ale House for Pub Theology, a weekly meetup group in which attendees discuss a "Question of the Week" regarding theology or philosophy. Read more.........
Telling the story of being “offensively generous” and how that has developed relationships with local grocery stores, food pantries, and other partners to redistribute food to those most in need throughout their community.