As the church, we are called to impact our communities. We bring the hope of the gospel to those around us as we serve. Check out our partners below and find a place to show others the hope of Jesus. Our Local Missions Coordinators are Gina Hicks, Barbara Hardage and Christy Bailey-Byers. You can email them at email@example.com.
The Salvation Army's mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in his name without discrimination. The Salvation Army has many events including the Angel Tree and after-school programs. They also provide meals, shelter and clothing for the homeless, seniors, veterans and families in crisis. Immediate needs in Lewisville:
Volunteers can serve a meal to 50+ Lewisville homeless on the 2nd Sunday of the month.
Immediate need for garden workers and clothing sorters.
Volunteers may sign up to be holiday bell ringers.
Click on the picture for other volunteer events for larger groups.
Contact: Ruth McMaster at firstname.lastname@example.org or Gina Hicks at email@example.com
McFadden Ranch is a juvenile detention facility for young men 12-18 years old in the rural section of Roanoke. Our church serves at McFadden Ranch with the youth in a variety of ways, from providing weekly mentors and tutors to hosting special events throughout the year. Immediate Needs:
Volunteers needed on Monday or Wednesday nights to minister to boys and share Bible verses and stories using the Tattooed Hearts curriculum that's provided.
CBC provides a 45 minute worship service every week Sunday at six facilities in the Flower Mound area. Most of the residents at these facilities were CBC members or have family members who are CBC members. Immediate needs:
Substitute teachers during the weekly bible studies at six different facilities
Teach, lead worship or hang out at any of our six facilities on some Sunday mornings.
Anyone is always welcome to come out during the week to play games, read or visit with residents.
CBC volunteer ministers to inmates in the Denton County jails. Immediate needs:
Male volunteers willing to be spiritual mentors on Wednesday nights from 5:00-7:00 p.m. for men released from prison.
Volunteers can also write letters of encouragement to the inmates.
CBC volunteer ministers to the homeless families affiliated with the Lewisville Salvation Army. Immediate needs:
Volunteers willing show up at StarBrite Laundromat located at 788 S. Mill St in Lewisville, and add coins and soup to the washers and dryers. While waiting for wash to be finished, volunteers minister to the families by reading to the kids, a little light tutoring and simply love on the parents. Third Tuesday nights of each month from 7:00-8:30 p.m. For more information, click on the picture.
Lovepacs provides food on the weekends and holidays to children who receive subsidized meals at school and do not have enough to eat on school breaks. Its mission is to engage communities to feed children in need as an expression of love. Lovepacs’ vision is that communities experience God’s love by serving together to provide food for children in need.
The Lewisville division currently serves weekend and holiday meals to approximately 350 children in 10 schools. Immediate needs:
Group packing party to pack donated food
Food pack donations
Hearts for Homes seeks to improve the living conditions of low-income senior homeowners in Denton County. Skilled and non-skilled volunteers work together to make needed repairs and improvements that allow seniors to remain in their own homes as long as possible. Local churches provide most of the volunteers. In addition, Hearts for Homes provides much needed resources like food baskets at Christmas. Click on the picture to learn more about Hearts for Homes. Immediate needs:
Groups are needed to help with Christmas baskets. Sort donations, assemble baskets and deliver to various seniors’ homes.
Larger group s can work with a project coordinator with upkeep, mowing, minor repairs, and painting of existing homes.
Contact: Kathy rice at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information