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Dine In with IM
IM is excited to transform our 2020 Tapestry Gala Event into an extraordinary Dine In with IM Meals on Wheels Experience! On the evening of Wednesday, April 22, 2020, instead of dressing in your finest and heading downtown, we invite you to stay in your own home! Now, when dinner is served and how you dress is completely up to you! If health rules, and community safety precautions allow, we intend to deliver a wonderful dining experience to your home – just as we do every day for over 4,300 seniors. Set yourself up in front of your computer, tablet, iPad, or smartphone and enjoy an entertaining video presentations and celebrations!
Plaza of respect Dedication
The new Brigitte and Bashar Kalai Plaza of Respect at the Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston campus featuring three monuments of dichroic glass to honor Rabbi Samuel Karff, Rev. William Lawson, and Archbishop A. Joseph Fiorenza is shown on Tuesday, April 2, 2019, in Houston. Video By Sam Hashemi
The story of Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston
In 1955, the Houston Council of Churches launched IM’s predecessor organization, the Church Welfare Bureau, to organize the Protestant community to minister to those in need. In 1964, the Bureau was reorganized as Protestant Charities of Houston, a group that was joined and strengthened by the Jewish community. Officially chartered as Houston Metropolitan Ministries in 1969, IM has been a leading force in bringing together people of all faiths to serve people in need in the greater Houston area. IM was renamed Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston in 1992 to reflect support from increasingly diverse faith traditions.
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