Community Missions
Serving Opportunities
During COVID-19

Community Missions
Every Person • Every Family • Every Group

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

In 2021 we are continuing to:​​​​​​​
• Help needy families through visitation and food deliveries.
• Join a delivery team today. We also could use someone to oversee logistics.
• Pack food boxes for families all over San Antonio and the World.
• Have sports outreaches for kids and teens living in inner city neighborhoods. We need people willing to help with small groups and play games.
• Cook dinner and feed the homeless on Friday evenings. We need people to witness and pray with the homeless and join the kitchen team.
• Join the evangelism and prayer walking team.
• Resume ESL classes. Teaching experience required. We have classes for beginners and for those seeking US citizenship.
• Briscoe Buddies will continue to minister to food insecure children in elementary schools and pray for the children, faculty, and staff. Join the work today!
• Other work going on in the city too! 

Click Here For Volunteer Opportunities!

If you have any questions or comments, contact us via email.



 

The FBCSA family mobilized to live out the Gospel in this city through rhythms of everyday life, bringing healing and hope through the power of the Gospel in tangible ways.

Projects and programs are not the mission; making disciples of a PEOPLE who live in a particular PLACE is the mission.

IT IS INTENTIONAL. IT IS LONG TERM. IT IS INVESTED.

REGULAR PEOPLE LIVING ORDINARY LIVES WITH GREAT GOSPEL INTENTIONALITY.

JOIN THE CONVERSATION

  • “What would Gospel Intentionality look like for my family?”
  • “How do I choose a people and a place?”
  • “How do I get my small group engaged with this mission?”
  • “How do I live out my Gospel identity as Jesus commands?”

Contact us via email to schedule a conversation with us.

 


Looking for more opportunities to serve?
Find one of these pamphlets around the church.


You can also click below to sign up or suggest a specific area of ministry and we will contact you with more info on how to get involved!

Sign-up TODAY!
 

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    Disaster Relief Team
Responds to local and state disaster needs through chainsaw tree and brush removal, and housing for evacuees.

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    Disaster Relief Team
    Responds to local and state disaster needs through chainsaw tree and brush removal, and housing for evacuees.

    Disaster Relief is for those who experience a destructive natural disaster in their homes or communities, normal life comes to a stand-still. Community Missions assists through the Disaster Relief Team. This team responds to local and state disaster needs, chainsaw tree and brush removal, and housing for evacuees.

    Get involved: Use a chainsaw; Shred branches; Pick up brush; Clean out and clean up; Encourage!

    For more information contact communitymissions@fbcsa.org

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    ESL
    For the refugees and immigrants in our city, everyday activities are a challenge because of language.

    For the refugees and immigrants in our city, everyday activities are a challenge because of language. Community Missions comes alongside. Teacher training is not required. If you speak and read English, you have the skill.

    • Varied levels ESL classes
    • Bible Study Groups
    • Skill Training
    • Assistance with mail & forms
    • Student Mentoring
    • Topic-Related Conversations
    • U.S. Citizenship Classes and Tutoring

     

    For more information contact communitymissions@fbcsa.org.

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    Military
    For those on military assignment in our city, life can be uncertain and lonely.

    For those on military assignment in our city, life can be uncertain and lonely. Community Missions comes alongside through: On-Base Dinners for military and families Airmen For Christ @ Lackland AFB (Interaction with the recruits during 6-week basic training)

    One-On-One Interaction including holiday meals, rides to church, and practical needs.

    For more information contact communitymissions@fbcsa.org

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    Restoring Dignity
    For those who are homeless or living in poverty in our city, the future holds little hope, the present is a confusing challenge, and dignity is lost.

    For those who are homeless or living in poverty in our city, the future holds little hope, the present is a confusing challenge, and dignity is lost. Human Trafficking is a real threat on our streets and campuses. Community Missions sees and acts.

    • Haven For Hope Volunteer Opportunities 
    • Street Visitation
    • Trafficking Awareness
    • San Antonio Food Bank
    • Christian Assistance Ministry

    For more information contact communitymissions@fbcsa.org

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    Restoring Youth
    For many children and youth in our city, hunger, fear, and misunderstanding are everyday expectations.

    For many children and youth in our city, hunger, fear, and misunderstanding are everyday expectations. Community Missions comes alongside through:

    • Briscoe Buddies (provides snack food bags for children who need food over the weekend)
    • Elementary Tutoring and Mentoring (Lamar Elementary)
    • Back Pack provision
    • Teen mentoring: (in partnership with Bexar County Juvenile Probation Dept.)
    • Children’s Bereavement Center (Assistance to the center through meals and other projects)
    • Care Portal (empowers local churches to help local children and families in crisis)
    • Camp Scholarships

    For more information contact communitymissions@fbcsa.org