The mission of Lydia’s House is to provide a supportive environment for women and their children for 6-18 month stays. Each guest will be helped to move into long term housing at the end of her stay; however, housing at Lydia’s House will be as stable as possible in nature. It will be a place of hope and healing as well as a springboard from which guests can seek training, new skills, and work that will provide for their needs. Women will live in community, share life and meals with one another, and be encouraged in their personal spiritual journeys. Visit our main site at Lydia’s House.
Lydia’s house, an intentional community that serves homeless families, will be hosting their third annual Episcopal Feast of St. Lydia on Sunday January 25 at 3pm. The location is 2024 Mills Ave in Norwood. The feast will be a in-house mass with Dean Gail Greenwell presiding, and will be followed by a reception. Please join the founders, guests and volunteers once again as they celebrate how far the ministry has come in these three years, with God’s help. To learn more visit www.stlydiashouse.org.