Below are some of the current serving opportunities, both local and/or global.
Please contact us with any questions and/or concerns.
Paula Niz | Missions Coordinator | firstname.lastname@example.org
LOCAL YOUTH MISSION TRIP
Join us this summer for a local mission trip as we serve in and around Houston and see some of the ways God is working right here at home.
June 13 - 16
Hang out with your friends and make an impact on our city as we lead “mini VBS", volunteer at the Houston Food Bank, serve at Lifeline to the Homeless and Hesed House in Wharton.
LIFELINE SUNDAY SCHOOL
Come join our Lifeline Sunday School class this summer from
9:30 AM -10:50 AM at the Downtown campus.
Volunteers are needed to lead and support.
Lifeline is looking for 4-5 people who would be willing to teach the Lifeline Sunday school class on Sunday. The leaders would only be responsible for 1-2 Sundays a month.
Lifeline is looking for volunteers to attend the class, help organize, welcome class members, and aid in the clean-up of the space at the end of the class.
To volunteer or for more information, contact Alexis McCarty.
LIFELINE FOR THE HOMELESS DONATIONS
Lifeline has opened in our newly remodeled space and we are ready to accept donated items. We accept the following items:
individually sized hygiene items
unstained/unripped casual clothing items
Items may be placed in the donation bins on Sunday mornings or brought to the welcome desk Monday – Thursday.
For more information, contact Alexis McCarty
3663 FOOD PANTRY
FMH West Campus' 3663 Food Pantry is every week
Thursdays 4PM - 6PM & Sundays 10 AM - 11 AM
to service our refugee families and families in the community that is in need of food. Volunteer shifts are available every Thursday and Sunday. Register here to volunteer
WHAM VOLUNTEER FOOD DISTRIBUTION
Looking for a place to connect and serve the community?
West Houston Assistance Ministry is in desperate need of volunteers who are willing to work 1, 2, or 3 days a week at their Homeless Walk-Up Food Distribution tent.
The distribution takes place on
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
8AM - 11AM
For more information contact, Paula Niz
INTERNATIONAL FRIENDS REFUGEE
On the ground in Houston, refugees fleeing Afghanistan are being relocated to our city.
Jesus calls us to welcome the stranger and care for those in need. Our Afghan brothers and sisters are arriving with no material possessions.
Help them rebuild their lives by putting together a Welcome Kit that will provide them with essentials and/or furnish and apartment.
For more information, please contact Yesly Antu at email@example.com.
COMPUTER LITERACY VOLUNTEERS
We are looking for volunteers to teach our computer literacy class. The topics to be covered include: keyboarding, computer basics, email and zoom protocol.
For more information, please contact Carolyn Harris