People of Hope

At Saint Francis Ministries, it is always about the people – from those we serve to our employees to donors who support the care we give. Being a support for struggling families requires not just the work of Saint Francis Ministries and its employees. It requires collaboration and connection with multiple systems: judicial; emergency responders, including police and juvenile justice; behavioral health; local, state, and federal leaders and legislators; education; and many others.

Transportation services, job services, English as a Second Language services, food banks – all of the services that can impact a family intertwine with the work we do to change futures.

The people who work in each of those systems have the ability to change lives, and it takes all of us to make it happen. We hope you enjoy meeting some of those who have found their joy in helping others.

Sharing the Word and Sacraments of Our Faith

By |October 26th, 2020|

Larry Steadman was just ten years old when he met a charismatic Episcopal priest on the banks of the Smoky River near Salina. Steadman and his family were members of Grace Episcopal Church in Hutchinson,