The Faith in Action Committee invites you to join our book club! Our first selection is Tattoos on the Heart: The Power of Boundless Compassion. Start reading and join us on November 8 for discussion.
Faith in Action
Our mission is to understand and apply the social teachings of the church in order to affect positive change and be the face of God to all in our community. We will do this by building relationships, promoting unity, bringing awareness to issues and actively engaging with our brothers and sisters in Christ. Contact Erin Hopfinger at 314-303-8540 or send an email.
So much gratitude and hope filled the halls at FOCUS Sunday Supper this Labor Day weekend. Our next date for this service project is Sunday December 10. Mark your calendars!
Thad tells us about his struggle with schizoaffective disorder and his journey to stability in his mental health life. Part of our Faith in Action education series on mental health.
What people with mental disease need most is patience, sympathy and abundant, unconditional love. They are living in our community—they too are the Body of Christ—and they need our help and support.
This day centered around organizations that provide mental health services and or for some of those population of people who experience higher mental health concerns. See some photos from the day.
Mr M tells us about his struggles with mental health issues and how the support of family and church have helped him. Part of our Faith in Action education series on mental health.
A mother tells us about her struggle with mental health issues and the need for us to provide support just as we would for any disease. Part of our Faith in Action education series on mental health.
In this article, Josh tells us about his journey with OCD. This is a part of our Faith in Action education series on mental health.
Do you know someone who need a ride to a doctor appointment or help with getting prescription or groceries ? Do you know someone who is home bound or who needs a ride to church? Are you able to help a neighbor do some of these things?
See over 100 of photos of our first day of service. Well over 350 volunteers showed up to serve. More than 1100 hours of service was donated in one day. Thank you to all who participated.