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Good Samaritan Community Services

The Good Samaritan Center was established in 1951 by the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas, under the leadership of Bishop Everett Jones. It began as a downtown mission of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, San Antonio dating back to the 1930's and is now known as Good Samaritan Community Services.

Good Sam's mission is to serve as a catalyst for change, supporting youth, individuals and families by providing excellent community services to overcome economic poverty..  These services include a child development program, afterschool and summer youth enrichment programs, a college readiness program, family services, and the only nationally accredited senior center in south Texas.

What began as a ministry of the Episcopal Church on the west side of San Antonio in 1951 now reaches 5,500 individuals and families across eight (8) sites in seven (7) South Texas cities.

Morningside Ministries

Morningside Ministries is a mission-driven, faith-based, nonprofit organization that provides superior quality of retirement living options and care to seniors in San Antonio area. We welcome and value residents of all faiths. Since 1961, our dedicated staff has lived our mission: Caring for those who cared for us.

SJRC - Texas

SJRC Texas, formerly known as St. Jude’s Ranch for Children, cares for children and families who have been affected by trauma, abuse and neglect, and have been removed from their homes by the Department of Family and Protective Services. We are their safe haven and offer help and hope to begin the journey of healing. Our Mission is to offer healing and hope to children and families affected by abuse, abandonment or neglect. Our Vision is that abused and neglected children will be empowered to grow up to be happy, productive and caring adults.

St. Philip's College, San Antonio

Founded in 1898 by the Rt. Rev. James Steptoe Johnston, first Bishop of West Texas, St. Philip's College is a comprehensive public community college whose mission is to empower our diverse student population through educational achievement and career readiness. As a Historically Black College and Hispanic Serving Institution, St. Philip's College is a vital facet of the San Antonio community, responding to the needs of a population rich in ethnic, cultural, and socio-economic diversity.


TMI Episcopal is the Flagship private school of the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas, in San Antonio, for students in grades 6-12. It's the oldest Episcopal Church-sponsored, college-prep school in the Southwest and was established in 1893.

The mission of TMI is to provide an excellent educational community, with values based on the teachings of Jesus Christ, challenging motivated students to develop their full potential in service and leadership.


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