[COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPERS]
By Hannah Zedaker
Two years ago, The Abundant Harvest was just a dream on GoFundMe for food truck missioner Molly Carr. As of early April, the food truck had served 1,625 meals and given away 15,410 pounds of perishable food to those in need in the Greater Houston area in less than three months.
[ST ISIDORE EPISCOPAL CHURCH] Laundry Love isn't just free laundry, it is a community that gathers for fellowship, worship and relationship along with free haircuts, free health checks and free brunch each month. Watch this video to learn what that means in the words of those who gather and serve.
Brewery Celebrates All Saints (and Sinners) Day with a Blessing
[EPISCOPAL NEWS SERVICE] The Rev. Sean Steele and members of the St. Isidore Episcopal Community in northeast Houston gathered in a former Pentecostal church turned brewery — Back Pew Brewing — on Sunday, November 6 at 4 p.m. to bless the brewery and the water used to brew the beer. The special event, which was open to the public, featured bluegrass music by Highway 75. It also celebrated All Saints Day and a new, limited-edition beer that is both “a saint and a sinner” according to Bobby Harl, brewmaster.
What is Old is New Again
[DIOLOG MAGAZINE] Missional communities reflect the first early Christians. St. Isidore's Episcopal has a different look and feel than a regular church plant. Launched in January 2016, the church is offering many options for people who live along the I-45 and Rayford Road corridor in northeast Houston near The Woodlands.