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Outreach

At Faith, we know that God's people are blessed so that they can be a blessing to others.  That's why we strive not only to help you and and your family grow in personal relationship with God but also to encourage you to serve others.

There are many opportunities to serve and give of your time and talents. Join us in making a difference.

Our Mission Partners

Christian Community Action

Faith supports the ministry of Christian Community Action (CCA) on an ongoing basis through donations.  To find out more about Faith's involvement, visit our CCA Page.

For more information on how to serve through CCA, email Marcia Gackle at gackles at hotmail.com or sign up to volunteer on the the CCA website.

Briarwood Retreat Center

Located a few miles west of Faith in Argyle, TX, Briarwood offers a Christian retreat facility with over 70 acres of woods and campgrounds.

For more information, visit the Briarwood website.

Carter Blood Care

Faith supports Carter Blood Care by hosting quarterly blood drives during Sunday worship services.  Make a donation at the next blood drive and give the gift of life.

For more information, visit the Carter Blood Care website.

Our Benevolence Partners

Noisy Offering

We love making ‘noise’ on the first Sunday of every month! On ‘Noisy Offering’ Sundays we take up a special offering where 100% of the offering goes to different community or mission organizations. We celebrate God’s goodness in our life by sharing our gifts with others. 

Our Noisy Offering Partners are:

January: Agape Fund (Pastor’s discretionary fund for helping those in need)

February: CCA Pantry Funding (allows the pantry to purchase food from the food bank at pennies to the dollar…(for every $1 donated they can purchase $9 of food)

March: Fund for Leadership in Mission (ELCA funding that helps out seminary students with scholarship money)

April: Children’s Advocacy Center of Denton County (provides justice & healing for abused children through interagency collaboration and community education)

May: Journey to Dream/Kyles Place (Journey to Dream equips and empowers youth to overcome adversity and live purposeful lives. Kyles Place is a badly needed local homeless shelter for teens).

June: Project Sunshine (provides free educational, recreational & social programs to children facing medical challenges)

July: Wounded Warrior (charity and veterans service organization that offers a variety of programs, service and events for wounded veterans of the military actions following the events of September 11, 2001.

August: Upbring/The New LSS (offers programs & services in Texas: Fostering, Adoption, Children Centers, Community Services, Disaster Response & Senior Services)

September: Samaritans Purse/Operation Christmas Child (packing and sending of shoeboxes filled with goodies to children in foreign countries)

October: Denton County Friends of the Family (dedicated to providing compassionate, comprehensive services to those impacted by rape, sexual abuse, and domestic violence, while partnering with our community to promote safety, healing, and prevention)

November: Snowball Express (Since 2006, the mission of Snowball Express is to provide hope and new happy memories to the children of military fallen heroes who have died while on active duty since 9/11. They bring children together from all over the world for a four-day experience filled with fun activities, like sporting events, dances, amusement parks and more)

December: Lutheran World Relief—shopping from their 2016 Catalog (purchase of gifts will be sent to those in need…$45 buys a piglet for a woman in need to support her family)