Loving our neighbors, near and far.
St. John’s provides and maintains low-cost housing to long-term medical patients from outside the Houston area. The name “Anchor House” was chosen because St. John’s wanted the apartment to be the patient’s home-away-from-home.
We have completed 8 garden beds and our gardeners are planting summer vegetables. Our group now includes ~15 gardeners. We hope to continue to expand our garden in the near future by adding more garden beds, inviting PCHAS residents to participate and eventually adding a prayer area near the garden. Come and see our garden grow!
Medical supplies and bandages are collected and distributed via Medical Bridges to missionaries world-wide. Bandages are rolled on the 2nd & 4th Tuesday of the month, 10:00 a.m., Building 2.
Providing Christ-centered services to children in need and their families, through group homes, foster homes, adoption, the Child and Family Program, and the Advanced Education and Aftercare Program. St. John's provides office space to PCHAS and supports various program initiatives.
An early childhood program on two campuses in inner city Houston serving economically at-risk children ages 2-6. Volunteers are needed for special events, to serve as one-on-one “buddies,” and a variety of other opportunities.
St. John’s and its members support Ugandan children living at the Lulwanda Children’s Home, an orphanage run by the Grace International Children’s Foundation. Donations help pay for food, clothing, books, and tuition. Volunteers also travel to Uganda to help develop school curriculum, train teachers, and offer other support to the children and staff at the Lulwanda home.