Who We Are
Church Housing Corp (CHC) has a long history of providing housing and supportive services to people with special needs, families, individuals, and seniors with modest means. Father Evans, in 1978, attended the Episcopal Dioceses Convention. The vision was born to develop affordable senior housing. The first building to open was St. Peter's Place in 1985. In 1998, Jefferson Place, housing for people experiencing homelessness was created. In 2000, Old Swedes Housing was formed to provide housing for people with mental health issues. Episcopal House, in 2002, opened its doors to seniors with modest means. Soon after the opening of Episcopal House, Naamans House opened to support people living with HIV/AIDS. Currently Naamans House provides housing for individuals with modest means. In 2007, our third senior living facility, Episcopal Place at Park Row, opened.
Our company continues to flourish under the direction of Kathryn Evans, MSW, who joined CHC in 1998. The company has grown over the years and continues to explore unique opportunities to provide safe, affordable housing with financial peace of mind.