|To transform lives, Episcopal Charities and Community Services supports and strengthens its ministry partners, including Bishop Anderson, and other faith-based ministries of Christian service that offer hope to all people in the Diocese of Chicago.|
|Our partnership with the Department of Religion, Health, and Human Values at Rush University Medical Center has allowed us to delve into the invaluable research and education aspects of chaplaincy.
|Our chaplains visit patients at John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of the Cook County Health System, which is where most of Operation Teddy Bear takes place.
|The ALIVE! Project is a collaboration between academic researchers from Rush University Medical Center (RUMC) and church leaders from five African American churches. The focus of their work together is to help the five congregations and their communities at large build healthier lifestyle behaviors in order to reduce the health disparities found in the African American community compared to other groups.|
|Bishop Anderson House partners with the Metropolitan Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church to train lay chaplain volunteers for the work of ministry in the greater Chicago area.|
|Christ-centered, inclusive, sustained by prayer and committed to service, the Diocese of Chicago devotes itself to three simple goals: Grow the Church. Form the faithful. Change the world.
|Bishop Anderson House operates largely within the Episcopal Diocese of Chicago, which is one of the many dioceses of the Episcopal Church of the United States of America .