Caring, Connected, Responsible, Healthy
Center for Faith and Health Initiatives
Shalom Series: Spiraling Upward for Higher Health
Save the Dates! “ALL IS WELL” MINI-RETREAT
May 15, Tuesday—Planning Luncheon 12-1:30 p.m., at Institute for Spirituality and Health (8100 Greenbriar, Suite 220, Houston, TX 77054)
July 19, Saturday--Mini-Retreat 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. at MD Anderson Education & Conference Center (Old Spanish Trail & Fannin, Houston, TX)
Click to REGISTER or call Isaac Mancillas at 409-933-0021. Download the All is Well Mini-Retreat flier and program agenda.
Visit our PHOTO page for pictures of recent events like the Feb. 1, 2014 Heartbeat Conference Retreat and the Nov. 9, 2013 Depression & Spirituality Mini Retreat.
MISSION: Promoting community health through faith-based leadership
The Center for Faith and Health Initiatives helps faith-based leaders promote whole person health and community health through training, development, and collaborative activities.
The Center is interfaith and multicultural. Vulnerable groups are of special interest: clusters of people at risk for health disparities due to extreme age, poverty, isolation, neighborhood, and cultural barriers.
• Collaborative activities-- coalition coordination, regional planning participation, volunteer services, and partnership support.
Download our Events Listing here.
Join us at the monthly Coaltion meeting at 10 am every second Monday of the month at Fifth Ward Missionary Baptist Church: 4300 Noble Street, Houston TX 77020. Learn more about the Fifth Ward Congregational Health Coalition on our Faith Community Health page. Click for Coalition events in Spring & Summer 2014
Thank you to our supporters!Baxter Fund, Corporation for National and Community Service, Frees Foundation, Greater Houston Community Foundation, Healthcare & Nursing Education Foundation, Houston Foundation, Houston Endowment Inc., Keating Family Foundation, Local Initiatives Support Corporation, March of Dimes, Octoplant Inc., Rockwell Fund, St. Luke’s Episcopal Health Charities, St. Maximilian Kolbe Catholic Community, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, The Enrico & Sandra di Portanova Charitable Foundation, and other generous businesses, churches, partners and individuals.
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