Helping Others

Helping Others

Helping Others

Click here to donate online to support mission and ministry in The Episcopal Church of North Texas.

“I was hungry and you gave me food…”

Tarrant Area Food Bank – and local pantries, including 4Saints Episcopal Food Pantry (East Fort Worth)

Tarleton State University Student Lunches from St. Luke’s, Stephenville

“I was a stranger and you welcomed me”

Welcoming Refugees

Resettlement agencies working in the Fort Worth area:

Read statements from all Texas Episcopal Bishops and from these resettlement agencies on why we welcome refugees and how to help:

“I was naked and you gave me clothing”

Emergency Shelters

Long-term housing

Habitat for Humanity – find your local chapter to apply for housing, donate or volunteer

“I was sick and you took care of me”


“I was in prison and you visited me”

Texas Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty

Kairos – Prison ministry

Diocesan programs

Episcopal Church organizations

Episcopal Relief & Development – the Rev. Janet Nocher, Diocesan Coordinator

Logo Episcopal Relief & Development

Episcopal Migration Ministries (EMM) – in the Fort Worth area, the diocese of Fort Worth has collaborated mainly with Refugee Services of Texas (RST), since RST works closely with EMM as an affiliate in Austin.

All Our Children – an Episcopal-based national network that is building school-church partnerships