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Members involved in community outreach place a “jewel” representing their work.

Making a Difference in the Community
St. Elizabeth’s has a long history of supporting local non-profits through gifts of time, money and prayer. To learn more about becoming involved with these organizations, please contact the committee representative.

Outreach Committee

Melissa Lach: Chair
Elaine Clark: Community Helping Place Thrift & Clothing Stores; Food Pantry
Rita Channel: Literary Coalition
Jackie Peabody: Community Helping Place Free Clinics
Michael Zose: Adopt-A-Road
Millie Alexander: Rainbow Children’s Home
Teresa Hughes: Habitat for Humanity
Mike Duke: Side by Side
Betty Greene: No One Alone
Jeremiah’s Place: Michael Duke

Piecemakers: Knitters gather in the Parish Hall every Wednesday from 10 a.m. – Noon to create blankets and other items that are then donated. Bring your knitting skills or willingness to learn.

Learn more about Side by Side SidebySideLogo-02-300x100

At the National Level: Episcopal Relief & Development
Episcopal Relief & Development works in collaboration with church partners and other local organizations to facilitate healthier, more fulfilling lives in communities that are struggling with hunger, poverty, disaster and disease. They also work around the world and here in the US responding to and rebuilding after disasters.

Their programs impact the lives of over 3 million people annually, with respect for the dignity of all people, working alongside participants regardless of religious affiliation or background.

ERD’s unique expertise, experience and practical knowledge allow them to guide communities to lasting change with a focus on three key priorities: children, women, and climate. To donate or learn more.