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Local Missions

Jesus was pretty clear about how we are to use our resources, God-given gifts, and energy to help the world we live in. 

Here are the ways we serve our local community.

If you feel called to serve on a broader scale, we have Regional and Global missions, too.

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Kids with Backpacks

New Day Services
(Backpacks for Kids)

This is an outreach ministry that addresses the issue of child hunger in our community. In Tarrant County, 1 in 4 children struggles with hunger. Many of these children utilize the free and reduced cost school meal program as their main source of nutrition during the week. On the weekends, when the school meals are not provided, many children struggle with not having an adequate amount of nutritious food. St. John the Apostle, partnered with New Day Services, are working together to bridge this gap and provide food to these children over the weekends. Every Friday children who have been identified as being chronically hungry will be given a backpack of child-friendly nutritious food to take home and eat over the weekend. Volunteers help pick up these pre-packaged meals and deliver them to the schools on Friday.

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Trinity Habitat for Humanity

Building homes and hope in partnership with God's people in Johnson, Parker, Tarrant, and Wise Counties.

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Arlington Urban Ministries (AUM)

Arlington Urban Ministries provides emergency assistance for utilities, rent and food for those in crisis in Arlington.   

We always need basic food items (vienna sausage, tuna packets, crackers, protein bars), socks, gloves, blankets, wet wipes and sanitary products. 

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Arlington Life Shelter

The Arlington Life Shelter shepherds men, women, and children toward a lifestyle of self sufficiency. We participate in food service the 4th Monday of odd numbered months in addition to canned food donations.