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This ministry offers Christlike, compassionate, loving support to homebound church members, and we help provide transportation for medical appointments.
This is our community-wide market in November selling homemade crafts, jewelry, artwork, and pantry items. Proceeds benefit church mission projects, including Moody Menders.learn more
A year-round community outreach program that provides home repairs for our Galveston neighbors who can’t make the repairs themselves. Projects include wheelchair ramps, floor and roof repair, installation of appliances, landscaping, and plumbing. Other churches, youth, and college groups help when available.learn more
The only evening food distribution that takes place in Galveston County. Moody, Central Church, and other community volunteers help package and distribute food to over 300 families each month.learn more
Delivers lunches Monday through Friday to participants. Volunteers provide one hour a day to make deliveries.learn more
Angel Tree adopts “angels” from Salvation Army, ACCT, and Moody Church. Individuals provide Christmas gifts and clothes so that every child can have a merry Christmas.
Robbie Farmer Library is open to anyone in the community. The library includes a monthly book club, is affiliated with Rosenberg Library, and has computers and printers available for use.learn more
The Society of St. Stephen provides assistance for community members in need. Assistance includes helping with utility bills, school supplies and uniforms, bus tokens, and bicycles for veterans.
Libbie’s Place Senior Day Program strives to improve or maintain the level of independence of adults age 55 and older by providing a program of interactive social, recreational, and health activities with licensed caregiver support.learn more
The Permanent Endowment Fund is a nonprofit organization designed to advance the care of people in the name and Spirit of Jesus Christ through grants in Galveston, the U.S., and around the world.learn more
Servolution is an annual event that works with the Galveston community in a variety of projects including beach restoration, home repairs, gardening, and pill counting.
Moody Church International Missions sends teams of 8-15 individuals to help local organizations in other countries, including Belize, Peru, Puerto Rico, and Colombia. Mission projects have included building schools, laying foundations, and interactive soccer programs.
Small Mission Groups include children up to 4th grade participating in the Grand Kids Festival in the spring, and student mission teams traveling to UM Army, Crossover Mission, and Lakeview Camp in the summer.
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