Through our Community Impact Ministries, we partner with organizations and groups to make a difference within our region. We collect and deliver food to share with the homeless, the elderly, and families in need. We participate in construction projects to build and repair homes. We provide mentoring and assistance for children in our local schools. We bring together healthcare professionals and organizations to improve community health. We serve in ministries that create Christian communities in prisons. We serve together in many other significant ways to share the love of God and make a positive impact in our neighborhoods.
The Angel Tree program is a beautiful community outreach FMCM supports and leads. Each year our church sponsors angels from all over Mansfield and surrounding communities. If you have never served before, this is a great place to start! Email email@example.com to find out more about our Angel Tree program.
Community Outreach is an excellent way to assist the elderly, disabled, and disadvantaged in our community is with yard or minor exterior work on their homes. These are easy service projects that you can complete on your own time. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for suggestions and contacts.
FEED THE KIDS Weekend Backpack Program. We will need people to bag food for the students of MISD for the weekends. You can help us out by serving with others to bag up the food or you can donate items for the backpacks, or both!!
Feed the Kids need:
- Individual Mac-N-Cheese cups
- Individual Chef Boyardee cups
Please consider adding these items to your grocery shopping and place them in the Blue Bins at Building D.
- Help bag foods every Wednesday through the school year, 4:00 pm in building D.
Grace Ministry Food Collection is happening weekly to support various ministry partners. These partners include:
• Feeding Families- Meals for Mansfield families
• Monthly Senior Luncheon (Mansfield Activity Center)
For the food collection schedule and information on volunteer opportunities, email
Our church partners with Trinity Habitat for Humanity to build two houses each year. Be a part of the next Habitat for Humanity build and make the dream of homeownership come true for a family in need. Volunteers of all skill levels, age 16 and up, are welcome; tools will be provided, but you are welcome to bring your own. (Volunteers ages 16-17 must have a release signed by parents/guardians.) Spots are limited. Lunch will be provided. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Hands of Christ ministry help with minor home repairs for the elderly and disabled in the Mansfield community. Workdays in the spring are the third Saturday of March, April, and May. The fall workdays are the third Saturday in September, October, and November. Volunteers of all ages and abilities are encouraged to serve – there is something for everyone to do! If you are looking for ways to get involved and serve your neighbors, we’d love to have you! For questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upcoming Hands of Christ dates:
- November 11th, 8am
Heart Meals is a ministry that delivers soup and/or casseroles to people who attend FMCM to remind them they are never alone and we are praying for them. You can help with this by:
- Make a casserole or chicken soup
- Help deliver a Heart Meal
- Email email@example.com to be added to the email list
Kairos Prison Ministry brings the light, love and friendship of Jesus Christ into the lives of prisoners.
A Kairos Weekend is an intense, four-day spiritual retreat for prison residents that incorporates curriculum designed to build and encourage pro-social character and behavior, prayer and music. There are several ways to help support this ministry. From volunteering, baking cookies, cover the cost of meals, sponsor an inmate or most importantly pray for the ministry and all involved. For more information on the Kairos Prison Ministry click HERE.
Next Kairos Weekend
- November 2nd -5th
- Cookie drop-off October 28th & 29th
Our church is the drop-off point for the Mansfield area Meals on Wheels program of Tarrant County. Delivering meals at the front door for our homebound neighbors is one of our ongoing volunteer opportunities with Meals On Wheels. Volunteers come from all walks of life: individuals, couples, retirees, stay-at-home moms, and dads, as well as groups. Anyone who can spare 1 ½ hours just one day per week Monday through Friday can change someone’s life for the better. If you would like to learn more about volunteering weekly or as an occasional sub, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Peína Food Pantry is located here on the FMCM campus. Peína is a Greek word meaning “hunger”, but can also be used to mean to “fulfill” or “satisfy”. This is the goal of our food pantry located in Building D. The food we hand out is provided to us through the generosity of our congregation and consists of non-perishable food items. If you are interested in making a donation, here is a list of the items we try to keep in stock at all times.
- Dry breakfast cereal, peanut butter & jelly
- Protein soups, pasta & pasta sauce
- Rice, beans, canned fruits & vegetables
- Individually wrapped snacks (PB crackers, granola bars, and trail mix)