Current Service Opportunities


  • One + One

    Consider volunteering for the One + One reading program through GISD schools. Volunteers are needed to donate 1 hour a week to help with reading skills in our partner elementary schools. What a gift to give to a child encouraging them to read! Stop by the table in the ministry hall to sign up.

  • Bed Start

    A great ministry for individual and families (adults, youth, even school-age kids) to help deliver furniture and beds to families in need on Saturday mornings.


    There are a variety of duties needed in order to get furniture delivered. The best crew would consist of some who visit with household, while the stronger people carry the heavy stuff. Persons who can't lift due to weight restrictions can help with assembly. 


    Contact Susie Parker for more information.

  • Food Pantry Donations

    We support the Hope in Hands Food Pantry at First Christian Church in Rowlett. Current food items needed include:

    • Peanut butter and jelly (*current critical need)
    • Hamburger Helper
    • Boxed mashed potatoes
    • Crackers
    • Canned meat and soup
    • Monetary donations are needed and welcome as well. 
    Bring your donations to the Missions closet in the church lobby.


  • Weekend Food Program

    We assist over 40 GISD students each week who need food to eat over the weekend. We currently have urgent needs for:

    • Boxes of cereal
    • Squeezable jelly
    • Snack items
    • Soup
    • Fruit cups
    • Macaroni and cheese
    Bring your donations to the Missions closet in the church lobby.



  • ZOE Ministries - our African mission outreach

    Our church has supported ZOE ministries for the past three years and we have committed to support them again for another three.


    ZOE is a three-year program that empowers orphans and vulnerable children around the world to overcome poverty and become fully self-reliant. Active in Kenya, Rwanda, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Liberia, Guatemala and India, ZOE has nearly 28,000 children currently enrolled. ZOE’s unique approach to empowerment:


    Locally-based: Zoe employs all indigenous staff to implement the program in each country.

    Comprehensive: Children are connected together in groups of 60-80.

    Child-led: Through ZOE ministries, children take the lead in their own journey out of poverty.


    To learn more about ZOE ministries: 

  • One+One Reading Program


    Our Bishop, Mike McKee, has challenged each congregation in the conference to have at least 10% of our worshiping congregation involved in this program. We are joining with churches across the North Texas Conference by working in partnership with Rowlett and Stephens Elementary.


    Each volunteer spends one hour a week at the school reading with children, tutoring, and mentoring, building relationships with children and with the school.

     

    If God is leading you to make a difference in the life of a child, check out this video or email Nancy Bowdre for more information.


  • Door Greeters

    Looking for a great way to get involved? Become a greeter on Sunday mornings. If you are interested in helping, email Diane Emery.

  • Seasonal Opportunities

    Short-term serving opportunities for helping others in need:

    • Easter Baskets
    • Thanksgiving Meals
    • Reindeer Project
    • Angel Tree
    • School Supplies
    • Relay for Life
    • Blood Drives
  • Christian Art Wall

    Serve the members of our congregation by sharing your artwork on the art wall by the Worship Center. Contact Tracy Englert for information on our current showings. 

  • Get Plugged In

    New to the church? Or just want to get more involved? 


    Contact Debra Hays who can answer any questions you may have about serving or getting involved in a Life Group.