Why Serve?

What is community without serving? We believe that we have freely received so much from God that we must freely give that to all the places where we live. Check out our calendar for info on our regular local outreaches and global missions trips.

Upcoming Outreach Events

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Weekly Opportunities

Food First Sundays


(2nd, 3rd & 4th Thursday of Each Month at Life Unlimited)
The First Sunday of the Month
Any Bridge Service

3804 N Grove St, Fort Worth, TX, 76106
EMIC Sanctuary or The Chapel

Volunteer at their location
Donate: Peanut butter, jelly, mac-n-cheese, whole grain pasta, salted or unsalted mixed nuts, shelf stable milk, brown rice, oatmeal, canola/olive oil, canned beans, tuna, chicken, salmon, soups, fruit or mixed vegetables.

Life Unlimited
Life Unlimited Food Ministries opened its first location in November of 1999 in Tarrant County, Texas to reach out to those in need of food by working through other food ministries. Their desire was not just to give free food to the hungry as that would be another welfare system. Rather, in order to teach people to feed themselves and become more prosperous and contributing members of society, they found a way to make food distribution a tool to educate, not merely a means to “hand outs”. No one is discriminated against for any reason and is open to all in need.

Eagle Mountain Pregnancy Help Center


Mondays & Thursdays 1p-8p
Serve for an hour, the whole day or any amount of time in between!
Any Bridge Service

10328 Jacksoboro Hwy, Fort Worth, Texas 76135
The Chapel

Volunteer at their location
Donate: any size diapers (preferably size 3 or 5), baby lotion, bottled or canned baby food, newborn pacifiers and any other baby or maternity items.

Eagle Mountain Pregnancy Help Center believes that God has a future and a hope for all people, including unborn children and their parents. They exist as a support system for the community to minister hope and healing to individuals involved in unplanned pregnancies, after they’ve had the baby and those who have experienced the trauma of abortion. EMPHC offers spiritual, emotional, and physical support. In addition, it is their goal to educate people in the community about God’s great plan which is abstinence until marriage and applicable life skills.