Community Connections

Community Connections provide exciting opportunities to share the love of Christ beyond the walls of our church with those who have physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs. Jesus said to “Love your neighbor as yourself” (Matthew 22:39), and He has entrusted us to fulfill this Great Commission! It is a rewarding privilege that we all share, as well as a responsibility that we must take personally. First Peter 4:10 declares, “Each one should use whatever gift he has received to serve others, faithfully administering God’s grace in its various forms.” (NIV) We encourage you to prayerfully consider how God can use your time, talents and resources to impact our community.

They offer hope and complete support to an average of 300 young women with unplanned pregnancies on a monthly basis.
Providing lifesaving, help for young women with unplanned pregnancies. They offer hope and complete support to make it easier to choose LIFE. An average of 105 people are assisted on a monthly basis through this organization.
The Caring Place provides food, clothing, basic household items, help with minor home repairs, and bill paying assistance for those facing a season of need in their lives. They currently assist an average of 150 families per month.
The Round Rock Serving Center serves its surrounding community with a food pantry and financial assistance for those in need, as well as temporary lodging. Over 51,000 people were served last year alone.
They offer a variety of outpatient mental health services.. on a sliding fee scale. Also provides services at other locations such as schools, a community health center, and the juvenile justice center. Austin Child Guidance Center collaborates with many other community agencies to provide services.
In Round Rock provides a haven of hope for children and families in crisis through its residential programs for children and single-mother families.
Hope Alliance is dedicated to empowering victims of family violence, sexual assault, and other violent crimes through support and advocacy, while promoting community awareness, compassion, and responsibility for creating a safer community.
This ministry is dedicated to helping senior adults, many of whom are on limited incomes, by providing essential services at no charge. Through community volunteerism, our older friends and neighbors can maintain an independent lifestyle in their own homes for as long as possible. Perhaps as valuable as the services provided by Faith in Action Caregivers is the friendly, caring attitude of the volunteers, providing a chance for often lonely older people to interact with members of their community who care about them.