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FAITH AND AGING

Episcopal Place was founded in 1979 by the Episcopal Diocese of Alabama.  We recognize the importance of faith in many of our residents and their families. 

 

Our residents are very diverse in their beliefs and various faiths.  Episcopal Place welcomes ALL individuals regardless of race, religion, color, sex, familial status, national origin, or disability, or any other protected class including sexual orientation, gender identity, or marital status.  

Our Chaplain is available to offer residents supportive services including prayer, visits, guidance, and a weekly Episcopal Eucharist.  Additionally, there are two Sunday worship services and prayer groups that residents may attend.

There are several local faith based organizations that provide financial support and volunteers for Episcopal Place.  Additionally, there are several worship centers near Episcopal Place as listed below.

Faith Based Organizations Near Episcopal Place

Baptist Church of the Covenant

First Lutheran Church

Highlands United Methodist Church

Independent Presbyterian Church

Korean Baptist Church

Levite Jewish Community Center

Pilgrim United Church of Christ

Red Mountain Church

South Highland Presbyterian Church

Southside Baptist Church

St. Stephen Catholic Church

St. Andrew's Episcopal Church

St. Symeon Orthodox Church

Temple Beth-El

Temple Emanu-El

Unity of Birmingham

Faith Based Organizations that support Episcopal Place

55th Place

The Abbey

Cathedral Church of the Advent

Collat Jewish Family Services

Episcopal Diocese of Alabama

Levite Jewish Community Center

St. Luke's Episcopal Church

St. Mary's On The Highlands Episcopal Church