Covenant Church partners with organizations within our communities to meet the needs of the people in the community.
i58 serves over 200 Families we are an efficient distribution center, with compassionate volunteers and a large client base. We give them food to help them survive over the entire month. Besides distributing food, each month, we also give children with birthdays a “birthday bag.” We go above and beyond to serve our clients. The food ministry is a starting point. We fulfill the great commission by getting outside the church walls.
MAW will give priority to help those previously married abandonedor widowed mothers, with children under 18 who are at or belowthe poverty line.
If funds are available we will consider other applications.
Housing Help by John 3:16
The Housing Help by John 3:16 intends to serve not only the basic physical needs of the most vulnerable members of our community, but is intended to be a Christian based program for spiritual and emotional support as well.
Our focus is on assisting families, individuals, and senior adults who are coping with crisis situations, need help to stabilize their lives, or who require support to live independently.
Basic services include rent and utility bill aid, financial and budgeting assistance and food. We also provide employment counseling along with gas cards or bus vouchers for job-seekers and transportation, minor home repairs, and home-delivered meals benefit seniors. Seasonal distributions including school shoes and supplies for students, Sack Summer Hunger food for youngsters, and November and December holiday programs.
Grace Community Outreach
GRACE serves residents of Grapevine, Colleyville, and Southlake who meet the income requirements below.
General assistance = 125% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines
General assistance for senior citizens = 185% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines
Medical assistance = 200% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines
GRACE also serves homeless individuals and families, and people who are referred by a GRACE member church. For questions about eligibility, please contact the Client Services department at 817.488.7009 extension 303.
HOPE Food & Clothing Ministry
Cross Roads Campus
HOPE Food & Clothing Distribution is the 3rd Saturday of every month 9-11. If you know of anyone in need or would like to volunteer or if you would like to donate food or clothing please post on our wall.
Community Lifeline Center encourages the economic vitality of our communities by helping residents experiencing an unforeseen crisis manage responsibly by providing education, advocacy, food, household items, and short term financial help.