Back in 2006, Alexis Cordova received a key to St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, where she connected with Father Ted and began fostering connections within Liberty.
The connections and relationships that have flowed through and into the dWELLing are so beautiful—I find myself having to sit back and reflect in gratitude upon all of them.
Let’s create connections
Community is about connection and in order for the dWELLing to thrive, we need to make sure we’re reaching out and listening to the people who matter (that’s you). So if you’re interested in joining us on this journey, or just offering up some ideas, we love to hear from you.
We starts with Me, and Us starts with “Hi!” Say hello:
The dWELLing would not be possible without the tremendous support we’ve received from our community, sponsors, and friends:
- St Stephens Episcopal Church
- Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Office
- Firm Foundations Healthcare Clinic
- Smart Materials, Inc
- Cornerstone Church
- Liberty Lions Club
- Community Alliance
- First Methodist Church Liberty
- Liberty 4-H
- Pathways Church, Dayton
- Trinity River Baptist Association