How we can help:
Assistance is available for people who are experiencing an emergency situation or crisis. This can include loss of a job, a health crisis, car repairs, or loss of services. We assist with budget counseling, food, furniture needs, rental or mortgage assistance, and disconnect notices for utilities. You must show proof of need; eviction notice, late notice or disconnection notice. We assist clients living in the following zip codes: 77379, 77388, 77068, 77069, 77090 (North of 1960 and West of I45), and 77375 (if in the KISD).
We schedule appointments with clients so that we can better assist them in their time of need. Our goal is to assist people as they use their gifts & talents to get back to financial independence. If you need assistance call the appointment line at 281-290-4922. Scheduling an appointment does not guarantee qualifications for assistance.
Our Food Pantry volunteers are cheerfully and graciously being the hands and feet of Jesus to people in our community. We are a client-choice pantry and each client has a personal shopper with them while at the food pantry. We offer non-perishable foods, fresh produce, meat and dairy. Once a month SNAP and WIC representatives are available for consultations. The food pantry is open Monday and Wednesday from 9 am – 12 pm. No appointment necessary.
Each month our Food Pantry feeds an average of 2,600 people. Support from the community and other partners ensures that we never turn anyone in need away hungry.
Over 1,000 homeless people live in Harris County. Hope Beyond Bridges mission is to restore HOPE to the homeless through developing lasting relationships and sharing the radical grace and truth of Jesus Christ. On the 4thSaturday of each month from 9 am – 11:30 am we gather to cook a hot meal, ice down Dr. Pepper & water, bag up bread and organize hygiene kits for the homeless. Then from 11 am – 1:30 pm volunteers take the food and supplies, and pass them out to the homeless up and down I45.
On the 3rdThursday of each month we host Veterans and their families for lunch, fellowship and support. We have various Veteran support representatives in attendance as well. Our goal is to give Veterans and their families a safe and loving place to form relationships with fellow Veterans and experience the love of Christ.
John 15:13 Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.
Blessings in a Backpack partners with Klein ISD to help feed some of the students who are who are on Federal free and reduced meal program with a bag of food to take home for the weekend during the school year.
Each week our volunteers pack and deliver 85 food bags. The bags of food include easy to prepare foods like cans of soups, ravioli, granola bars, fruit bars, fruit cups, instant oatmeal and juice boxes. On average each school year we pack and deliver over 3,000 food bags to local children in need.
Each year, approximately 70 families and foster care children are adopted through our Christmas Giving ministry.
We offer 3 options for families, and each option offers food for a holiday meal and presents for the family members.
We have the Joy to the World Christmas celebration for families with children.
We have Adopt A Family program for elderly and disabled individuals.
We also offer a Springing Hope Christmas party for some local foster care children in our community.
To be eligible for Joy to the World and Adopt A Family you must live within our zip code boundaries; 77379, 77388, 77068, 77069, 77090 (North of 1960 and West of I45), and 77375 (if in the KISD). Families can only be accepted into these programs twice.
Throughout the school year we provide low-cost English classes for our community. Multilevel classes are available from basic through life skills levels.
The classes are held twice a week on Tuesday and Thursday from 7pm to 9pm. Childcare is provided.
For more information please contact Rosy Martinez at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 281.290.4934.
Durante el ano escolar la iglesia Trinity Klein ofrece clases de ingles a bajo costo para nuestra comunidad. Contamos con clases multiniveles, desde lo básico hasta conocimientos prácticos para la vida. Las clases se llevan acabo dos veces por semana, los días martes y jueves de 7:00 - 9:00pm. Cuidado de niños esta disponible para menores de 5 anos a 2 meses de edad. Si usted desea mas información puede contactar a Rosy Martinez a email@example.com o al 281.290.4934
Every Sunday at 9:50 am families meet for food, fellowship, prayer and Bible Study. Children are welcome to stay with their parents, go to the nursery or join our Children’s Ministry activities.
For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Somos madres y creemos que mamás unidas hacemos un mundo mejor.
¿Qué hacemos? Compartimos con otras mamás nuestras experiencias, preocupaciones y consejos. Expositores nos hablarán de temas familiares. Manualidades y otras actividades. Compartiremos alimentos y una reflexión espiritual. Todo esto mientras cuidan a nuestros niños en la guardería de la iglesia.
¿Cuándo? Los días Miércoles de 9:00 a 11:00 de la mañana. Iniciando el 20 de Marzo al 22 de Mayo.
¿Donde? En el “FamilyLifeCenter” Aula 213A
Para inscripción e información envía un email o mensaje de texto a Rosy Martínez al 713-992-6288 o email@example.com
Español MOPS is a group of moms who meet weekly for fellowship and support each other on the journey of motherhood.
No matter how many children you have, if you work outside the home or stay home, if you are married or single, being part of a MOPS community empowers you and supports you as you strive to be the best mom you can be.
They meet every Wednesday from 9am – 11 am and childcare is available. Each week consists of food, guest speakers on various topics, crafts and fellowship.