Our Partners in Mission
Fifth Ward Pregnancy Help Center
Fifth Ward Pregnancy Help Center provides free peer counseling, education, limited medical services, and material assistance to women unprepared for pregnancy. Volunteer by becoming a peer counselor or help in shepherding homes that house new moms after their pregnancies.
Contact: Sylvia Johnson 713.675.1819
Forge for Families
The Forge exists to enrich the spiritual, educational, vocational, and leadership development of inner city families through Christ-centered mentoring, bringing transforming growth to Houston’s Third Ward. Help with vocational skills seminars, team sports, after school enrichment, weekly counseling, 12 step groups, friendship circles, summer entrepreneurial training, summer leadership development program, summer camps, and mission trips.
Contact: Quincy Chapman 713.664.5054
Jail Chaplaincy Ministry
Jail Chaplaincy Ministry is a non-denominational organization providing inmates from Harris County and Fort Bend County with opportunities to worship God according to style preference. Volunteer by serving on a worship service team.
Contact: Freddie Wier 713.769.2929
The Vision of Priority Associates (PA) Houston is to mobilize and empower a movement of courageous leaders who are committed to developing ministries of evangelism and discipleship in their marketplace sphere of influence that will help transform Greater Houston for Christ. Many ways to plug in include: small group discussions, luncheons, leadership seminars and training, personal coaching, family and marriage conferences, and weekend learning conferences.
Contact: Laura Wilcox
RUF at Rice University
Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) is the campus ministry of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). RUF is here for the "convinced" and the "unconvinced" aiming to "reach students for Christ and equip them to serve in His church."
Contact: Billy Crain
Star of Hope
Star of Hope is a Christ-centered community dedicated to meeting the needs of homeless men, women and their children. Volunteer by serving meals, tutoring adults and children, assisting in the Family Store, or work with clients in the Computer Learning Centers.
Contact: Elizabeth Hatler
The Source for Women
The Source for Women’s first priority is to be Christ to women who are hurting and feel abandoned during an unplanned pregnancy. By sharing God's love and truth, the Source seeks to change her life radically by leading her to the ultimate Source. Through counseling, education and care, the Source for Women empowers women to make informed choices. Serve by volunteering your time as a counselor, offering educational services, handyman, medical services, or an intercessor.
Contact: Cynthia Sisto Wenz 713.780.0030
Yellowstone Academy is a faith based, comprehensive approach to addressing the multi-dimensional challenges of poverty in the lives of children and their families from the platform of a high quality private pre-school through eighth grade educational institution. The school exclusively serves children
from low-income families with a program designed to provide them the educational, spiritual, social and practical resources they need to succeed in life. Partner with Yellowstone by volunteering in the classroom, in the library, after school and tutoring, or on field trips. Also join in the Shepherd a Child program by meeting with a child once a month, showing them the world around them, and investing love and guidance into that child.
Contact: Shelley Simpson
Young Life West Houston
Young Life is a non-denominational, Christian, non-profit organization that is committed to introducing adolescents to Jesus Christ and helping them grow in their faith and build positive relationships. Volunteer as a leader for Club and Campaigners Bible Study.
Youth-Reach Houston operates a series of Christian foster group homes in northeast Houston designed to remold the values and turn around the lives of at-risk youth, ages 12 to 21. Youth-Reach Houston is committed to addressing the mental, physical, and spiritual needs of hurting young people in an effort to help them be successful in today’s society.
Contact: Wesley Reynolds