Episcopal Health Resources

John 10:10 states "I come that they may have life and have it more abundantly".

Episcopal Retirement Home, Inc.

This is an affiliated ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Southern Ohio. They are committed to improving the lives of older adults. Episcopal Retirement Homes create loving, life enriching, spiritually based communities for older adults and their caregivers, both families and staff. They have offices in Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton/Miami and in the eastern are Wheeling, WV. You can visit on line at www.EpiscopalRetirenment.com.

The Episcopal Conference of  the Deaf

The Episcopal Conference of the Deaf have been engaging in God's mission, encourage and empower ministry in the deaf community for 154 years. Today it represent many ministries with the deaf in Episcopal Churches throughout the United States. It includes various styles of ministries in working with the deaf as well as the hard of hearing. You can visit on line at www.ecdeaf.com.

The Episcsopal Disability Network

Episcopal Disabilites logoThey are an organization of the Episcopal church that works for the inclusion of people with disabilities into the life of the church and society. They provide consultative assistance, offer multi-media resources on disability awareness and other disability issues and maintains a free lending library over 450 books and tapes on various tops on church, spirituality and disabilities issues. The network also functions as an advocate with church secular organizations on behalf of those with disabilities. You can visit on line at www.disability99.org. or email at disability99@earthlink.

Large Print Ministry

They have 3 CD that can help the Blind and Visually-impaired and others with Special Needs in their devotion and more fully pariticipate in whorship:Book of Common Prayer; Sing Praise to Our God and Prayers and Psalms For Today.  Contact e-mail: a.dahlen@att.net