Ministries We Support
Community Service Opportunities
We support Car Care, Home Care, H.E.L.P. Ministries, International Friendship, Champions Prison Ministry, Open Door Mission, Gospel Lakes, New Life Children’s Services, Care Net, Mission Greenspoint, Harbor Church, Montrose Street Reach, Angel Tree, Baptist Mission Centers, Boys and Girls Country, and other ministries both with finances and volunteers. These ministries share the Gospel with our neighbors both in word and by service.
CareNet Pregnancy Center
CareNet Pregnancy Center of Northwest Houston was founded in 1991 for the purpose of showing Christ's love and compassion to women experiencing unplanned or crisis pregnancies. They provide pregnancy testing and ultrasound services. They also provide information and counseling about abortion procedures and risks in order to encourage each client to choose life for her baby. They strive to present the gospel to every client during their initial counseling session.
New Life Pregnancy Center
New Life Pregnancy Center began in 1983 as an outreach ministry of Houston Northwest Baptist Church to minister God's love to pregnant women. They provide pregnancy counseling and support, as well as adoption services. New Life shares daily the love of Christ and His forgiveness in tangible ways to many clients.
Gospel Lakes Ministries
Gospel Lakes Ministries is an outreach ministry committed to reaching underprivileged kids and their caregivers with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. In particular, Gospel Lakes ministers to inner city children who have a parent in prison. The goal of this ministry is to bring the life changing message of Jesus Christ through free day camp experiences. A typical day at camp may include fishing, hayrides, boating, horseback riding, games, lunch and a message from God's Word. CFBC, along with other area churches, provide volunteers who help run these camps.
HELP Ministries was formed in January 1991 in the heart of Kenneth and Debra Walker. Their ministry is to the homeless men and women on the streets of Houston. Every Saturday night, they hold two church services for approximately 150 people.
After the service, they feed them homemade soup and sack lunches which include the message of the Gospel on printed tracts. Kenneth and Debra believe God's word in John 8:32 “And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall set you free.” They are transforming lives by taking God's Word and boldly proclaiming it in the streets of Houston.
Contact: Kenneth & at Debra Walker (281) 447-1430
Open Door Mission
Open Door Mission was founded in 1954 and has been God's answer to the prayers of many homeless and destitute men in Houston. The Mission is a Christ-centered emergency relief and rehabilitation shelter dedicated to meeting the needs of men in our community who are homeless, addicted, destitute and disabled. They bring positive life changes through structured programs, which focus on spiritual renewal, recovery from substance abuse, education and job training, job placement, convalescent care and access to healthcare. The Open Door Mission is committed to changing the lives of these men through the message Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Baptist Mission Centers
Baptist Mission Centers (a subsidiary corporation of the Union Baptist Association) The centers serve the inner city communities of Houston. The Mission serves impoverished people in these areas through various programs such as the Food Ministry, Clothing Ministry, E.S.L. classes, and Kids Clubs, and Bible Study groups. Each summer, BMC hosts student missionaries from across the country to learn through a hands-on approach to missions.