Local Mission Partners
The mission of 249&HOPE is to provide spiritual, physical and emotional support to the marginalized community in Northwest Houston. By meeting them where they are we have the opportunity to show them the love of Christ. Thus making the invisible, visible.
249&HOPE serves the homeless every Saturday from 9:30AM -1:30PM.
CareNet Pregnancy Center of Northwest Houston is part of America's largest network of evangelical crisis pregnancy centers and provides amazing levels of service to the women of our area. They provide counseling, medical care, baby clothes and other supplies. CFCC supports CareNet with monthly financial contributions and active participation in projects to collect diapers and other items necessary that allow CareNet to provide free services and compassionate help to women (and men) facing unplanned pregnancies.
Epiphany Ministries of Texas, Inc. is an ecumenical Christian ministry for young men and women who are troubled and/or are in the custody of Juvenile Justice Facilities. Their purpose is to manifest God's Love to incarcerated youth. Each Epiphany weekend involves a team of adults and youth from the Christian community who work together to show the Love of God to those attending.
The Harris County Sheriff’s Office Jail Chaplaincy Department exists for the purpose of facilitating the religious needs of and providing spiritual care for the inmates and HCSO staff. They pursue this mission in an ecumenical fashion and with compassion towards everyone. Their desire is to equip individuals with the skills needed for living healthy and productive lives. Contact Wayne Plunkett for more information.
HeartGift is a non-profit organization that provides lifesaving heart surgery to children from around the world where specialized treatment is either scarce or nonexistent. HeartGift is able to accomplish this unique mission via local partnerships with hospitals, doctors and community members. Here in Houston HeartGift serves six patients per year in partnership with Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital and University of Texas Physicians. Contact Rachael Wright for more information.
The focus of the Houston Church Planter's Network is on church planters. The belief is that healthy churches are planted by healthy church planters, leaders and teams. We are committed to strengthening church planters through resources, coaching, and connecting planters to one another.
The mission of Hope Haven is to help the homeless find a path off the streets and mentor them throughout their life journey to succeed and thrive as contributing members of our community. They build relationships with individuals on the streets as a means to inspire a sense of purpose that empowers them to achieve stability and change their lives.
The mission of Perspectives is to mobilize by educating the Body of Christ in the USA to strategic engagement in God’s global purpose. Perspectives is a fifteen week course designed around four vantage points or "perspectives" — Biblical, Historical, Cultural and Strategic. Each one highlights different aspects of God's global purpose. CFCC partners with Perspectives to host events on our campus and at other locations around the city.