Bay Area Missions
Anchor Point provides hope and healing through their family network. Obria Medical Clinic, Hope Family Center, and Excellent Minds Academy offer to stand in the gap for people in the Bay Area community. Visit Anchor Point's website for more information.
Gloria Dei’s Comfort Dog, Joy, is a working animal, trained to interact with people of all ages and circumstances, who are suffering and in need. Joy, and her team of trained handlers and ministry partners, participate in scheduled special events including disaster and crisis. To inquire about a "Team Joy" visit and for other questions about the Comfort Dog ministry at Gloria Dei, email Stephanie Knea at
Become a mentor in one of our local elementary schools. Kids Hope USA helps churches develop one-on-one relationships through the creation of church-school partnerships that pair church members with at-risk children in supportive mentoring relationships. Kids Hope USA mentors spend just one hour a week— reading, talking, playing and listening to a child at school. By helping the child feel loved and valued, they help that child to learn, grow and succeed. For more information, please email Jean Peltier.
lighthouse christian ministries (LCM)
LCM serves the Bacliff area through food ministry, short term assistance, educational programs (such as GED), health and dental care, and a community resale store. Email LCM at for more information on how you can volunteer, or visit https://lighthousecm.org/ to learn more.
Every 5th Sunday we collect food donations for LCM. Click here to find out more about our next 5th Sunday Food Drive.
LINC has a vision of reaching the unreached communities that often extend beyond the church’s capacity for ministry. The LINC model encourages grassroots development, which inspires the multiplication of impact through effective discipleship. For more information, visit http://linchouston.org/ or email Lonnie Gonzales at .
Mercy Tree serves homeless people in the Clear Lake area. They gather together for lunch Monday-Saturday, and dinner on Sunday. Before dinner, there is a devotion and time of prayer. If you would like to provide a meal, CLICK HERE to link to Mercy Tree’s website. If you have more questions, please reach out to Stephanie Knea at .