St. Agnes House

A Home Away From Home During your Medical Crisis!

Hope Healing Hospitality

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A Jubilee Ministry of The Episcopal Church

St Agnes’ House provides sleeping rooms, TV and kitchen space; emotional, and spiritual care during a difficult time.  We welcome people with all sorts of medical conditions and more than one family member or friend.  We are called to provide the emotional and spiritual support of a home during their period of recovery  or moments of worry for their loved ones. Our staff and volunteers are pleased to assist guests with their needs.

Prayer has always been at the center of what we do.  Prayer services are regularly held in the Chapel and prayer requests are taken.

While we always appreciate donations, the $10 per person per night fee can be difficult for guests to pay.  

SUPPORT ST. AGNES’ HOUSE

Listen to how your support changes lives!

St. Agnes’ House provides a way for you to share God’s love within our community.  We are your instrument to show God’s love in the community.  We respect the dignity of every human being.

Your donations provide a chapel, a place to sleep, professionally-laundered linens; a place for guests to do their laundry; a place to make a meal and a community to eat a meal with; and easy access to UK and VA hospitals.  Through your donations, the facility is maintained, keeping it safe, clean and welcoming.

  • See the Donation page for all of the ways you can contribute to St. Agnes’ House.  
  • Do you have a Kroger PLUS Card?  Link your card to St. Agnes’ House and every purchase provides a donation to St. Agnes’ House!  Our Kroger number is 10910.  Go to our Donation page for detailed instructions.
  • Our budget for 2015 is $107,000.  In addition, we rely upon in-kind donations of cleaning and office supplies. Donate online!

 

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