Purpose: Partner with local food pantries to provide essential food supplies to keep their shelves full.
Being the Hands and Feet of Christ is as easy as picking up a RED BAG in the Crossing any weekend! Don’t forget to grab a food list! Take the bag and list to the grocery store with you, fill it up and return the next weekend under the drop off signage in the Crossing.
If you are not in a place where you can fill a bag, please join in by picking up one item on the list. Each item given makes a difference in someone’s home.
Purpose: Provide fresh our local produce to our local food insecure community.
The Pathway Pantry Garden, locally grown and harvested by Pathway servants, delivered weekly to local area pantries to be distributed to families and seniors identified as food insecure or on restricted income. Families are encouraged to serve together through the planting and harvesting season March 1-November 1.
The Pathway Community Garden gives individuals in the community the opportunity to lease a raised garden bed for the entire harvest season with one requirement of donating a portion to a local pantry. This is a great opportunity for families and groups to experience gardening and service in the comfort of their own community.
Purpose: Sharing the love and grace of Jesus with as many homeless people as we can in Tarrant County
If you were to ask any Presbyterian Night Shelter servant, they would have their own story of how they came to work with this group of people. Whether it was handing out breakfast bags or through foot clinics, these people were called with a purpose, to bring hope and share love back with a population that is desperate to see the face of Jesus in their daily lives.
There are many opportunities to serve as an individual or a group at Presbyterian Night Shelter Campus throughout the week.
Purpose: To meet our neighbors' needs by becoming a part of the solution.
How It Works City of Burleson Code Compliance Officers identify families in need of help by taking the time to understand what is going on that has caused the distress on their home. Once it is confirmed HOPE Project Leaders schedule the projects based on the homeowners’ wishes.
Sometimes visits are as simple as trimming trees and mowing grass, or others can take several visits to complete. However, many hands make light work. Families or individuals, HOPE accepts and appreciates all skill levels. Our project leaders can show you how to hammer a nail or pick up debris. All you need to do is say "YES," to serving, all hands are needed to bring HOPE back into our community.
If you are interested in getting involved or would like to be added to our servant call sheet, email us!
The Foster Care Ministry is here to serve and provide basic needs and support for foster children and their caregivers who experience any phase of the foster care system. We have a small group that meets two times each month on Sundays at 5 pm. We have a Christmas gift drive for foster children in partnership with CASA. In December, we will offer a respite evening for foster parents and a fun-filled time for the children. We host informational gatherings throughout the year for those who want to know more about becoming a foster/adoptive family. If you have questions about becoming involved in this ministry, please reach out.