make an impact locally
Resurrection is passionate about being a catalyst and active partner in impacting our neighborhoods and community. We believe we are Beloved/Sent to use our God-sized hearts in supporting/encouraging individuals as well as local partners. Do you want to learn more about how we can do more together or have questions? Ted@churchthatcares.org. We believe that #WeCanDoMoreTogether. SEE THE IMPACT
In 2017, our local elementary students/teachers were displaced for a year. Hurricane Harvey had flooded and displaced the community. Today, we are overjoyed to partner with our Lemm Lions in many ways including: Lunch Buddies, Mentoring, Teacher appreciation, encouragement and more.
kingdom dog MINISTRIES
Seeing the Word of God through the eyes of a dog transforms lives, seriously! All of God’s creation can be used to glorify His name. KDM teaches powerful Gospel messages through the simple Word and astonishing relationship of a dog and Master. Those connected and not yet connected to Christ have experienced the reality that truth has no boundaries whether in a youth group, in a hunting club, mother’s group, or even high security prison. Learn More
Living with a disability in the third-world is an incredible challenge for families; it is also an incredible opportunity for Jesus’ wholistic healing. For almost two decades, Resurrection has collected wheelchairs from Houston area facilities and individuals. Our partners Joni and Friends, Hope Haven, and World Access Project rejuvenate these for families. And then, we join them in distributing these during our Mobility Mission Trips. You can help on the Calling Team, Pick Up Team, and/or Mission Team. If you have a mobility device to donate, call the church office to arrange a pick up or drop off.
pregnancy assistance center north
Empowering women and families with compassion and peace is at the forefront of PACN. With a Christ-centered approach confidential assistance is provided to women and men by providing whole person care, including those with sexual health and pregnancy decisions. Learn more
Multiplying the opportunities to connect people to one another is key to our personal missional map (Celebrate, Cultivate, Connect) . As a community, we do that together and individually, formally and informally, young and old. We desire to be a catalyst community that encourages partnerships and dreams for the Gospel in our neighborhoods where we live, work, worship, and play. Beneficiaries have included Spring Creek Village, Lemm Elementary, Constable 4, neighborhood families, etc. Examples from the past include: “Party with a Purpose”, “Neighborhood tables for Spring Creek”, “Families in Crisis”.
Apply Here and email Ted@churchthatcares.org
Experience the heart and mission of God through discipleship, neighboring, and missional leadership development. As a Sending church, investing and multiplying leaders for the Lord's Harvest (Luke 10:2) is a passion of Resurrection. Externships typically occur during the summer months, but vary in length and specific emphasis. They can bless those looking at 'full-time ministry' in the future or young (or not so young) leaders looking to live-out the life Jesus has for them in whatever vocation and season God is leading.
To Apply or Questions : email Ted@churchthatcares.org
northwest assistance ministries
It is all about Neighbors helping Neighbors! Resurrection has partnered with NAM almost from its inception in the 1980s. Covering an area larger than Austin, NAM provides support through the Family Violence Center, Children’s Medical Clinic, Resale Shop, 50+ Senior Center, Meals on Wheels, Assistance/Emergency Needs. make an impact
heart of texas
Help, hope, and healing after the storm! We live along the gulf coast and that means hurricanes and other disasters. Resurrection has been actively involved after Hurricane Ike, Harvey, etc. Serving alongside others makes a significant impact.
Hope Center Houston
Compassion, Commitment, and Change are the focus at Hope Center Houston! Our partners at Hope bring the love of Jesus daily offering a safe space and caring community, while providing resources for men and women experiencing homelessness. Hope Center is located along the 1960 corridor and is predominantly a volunteer-based organization always welcoming friendly faces, warm hearts, and helping hands. Learn More