One Child, One Hour, One Church, One School
Is one hour too much? The time you give, although countless and precious to a child isn’t as overwhelming as it appears. One hour, one child, once a week from October to May is all it takes.
Please contact Chris Rector for more information. Mentor/student matches continue to be made throughout the school year. It is not too late to volunteer for this year.
Texas Academy 4 is a non-profit organization founded to build esteem and vision in economically disadvantaged students. Our motto is "Shaping LEADERS 4 Life." through clubs, assemblies, and mentoring relationships. Can you share 2 hours once a month during the school year to encourage a child? Click here for to receive more info. Email John Shearer at 682-233-4403 for any questions.
Fridays, August 16 - November 15
If you’ve lost a spouse, child, family member, or friend, you’ve probably found there are not many people who understand the deep hurt you feel. This can be a confusing time when you feel isolated and have many questions about things you’ve never faced before. It may be hard for you to feel optimistic about the future right now.
“Going to GriefShare feels like having warm arms wrapped around you when you’re shivering.”
GriefShare groups meet weekly to help you face these challenges and move toward rebuilding your life. https://www.griefshare.org/
Next Session runs from August 16 - November 15, meeting every Friday at the DOCK, 1-3pm.
Contact Anna Gramelt (817-332-2281, ext. 102 or firstname.lastname@example.org). Open to the community.
Lutheran Braille Workers
Located in the St. Paul Apartments
You CAN make a difference! Celebrating 75 years of Ministry in 2018, LBW's Mission and Impact is as strong as ever! Providing free Braille and Large Print materials to people who are Blind and Visually Impaired, LBW hopes to share the Gospel message with people around the World! through the efforts of volunteers, mission-minded financial partners, and prayer warriors. You can be involved in sharing the Good News of Jesus and delivering hope for people who want to know Jesus!
Contact Arla Richter or 817-723-5379 for available dates and times or to begin a new group.
St. Paul Quilters
Mondays 9a-2p-Fellowship Hall
The Quilters recently donated 29 youth and baby quilts to Cook Children’s, 18 youth and adult quilts to Opening Doors for Women in Need, and 30 adult quilts to Liberty House, which provides “a safe haven for homeless veterans faced with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and substance dependency where they will receive supportive services leading to residential stability; increased income; and greater self-determination. The program will focus on recovery, employment and community reintegration.” Quilts made from January through Easter are sent to Lutheran World Relief.
COME TIE WITH US! Visit with the St. Paul Quilters and spend just 1 hour of your time to tie knots in quilts for local missions & Lutheran World Relief. We gather on Mondays from 9am-2pm in the Fellowship Hall. From 11:30-Noon we break for potluck lunch and then back to assembling/tying until 2:00pm.
Contact Patty Yoder for more information.
Quilters are accepting donations of new or gently used clean twin to queen size flat sheets.
This ministry addresses the 'handy man' needs of our body and community. No special skills are required, only a willingness to serve on periodic projects. Bring your favorite hammer if you have one! Contact Nicole Heinicke to learn how you can help, or if you have a need.
Lutheran Women's Missionary League
2nd Tuesday; 9:30a-Fellowship Hall
The LWML is an auxiliary organization of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod, the purpose of which is to equip women for mission and ministry through education, inspiration and service. All ladies are welcomed and encouraged to attend. For more information on the morning group, contact Ann Ziehe 817-249-2529.
Read the Trinity Zone Summer News Letter Here
PLEASE NOTE - We are not accepting items until further notice!
Refugee Services of Texas, Fort Worth is affiliated with Church World Service and Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service. It offers programs to assist refugees, asylees and other displaced persons with basic needs and services during their initial resettlement to the U.S.
Refugee clients are also provided with case management and financial assistance while they work to meet the challenges of transitioning to the local community.