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Local Mission Partnerships

Below are the local organizations we support through giving and/or service.
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Brookwood in Georgetown (BiG)

Program Contact: Conni Thoms or Jackie Merrick, 512-943-8430
What: Many opportunities exist to volunteer with BIG in their program, working alongside citizens, in the café, store, or helping with special events and fundraisers. Fill out the volunteer application on the BIG website: https://brookwoodingeorgetown.org/volunteer-2/
When: Opportunities are customized to the volunteer’s availability.
Where: BIG facility on N. Church St and Grace Place in Weir TX
Why: Christ-Centered, Authentic Fellowship, Sacrificial Mission

Children of the King

TWP Contact: Judy Campbell, , Hugh Strawn,
What: Join a small group from The Worship Place serving as “Pit Crew,” prepping and serving a simple dinner at a Children of the King event, serving kids age 4-16 from parent-absent homes for a meal, praise and worship, bible stories and Christian songs.
When: 3rd Friday of the month, 5-7:30 p.m. (time varies by season)
Where: COTK Center, Oasis Church or Palm Valley Lutheran Church, Round Rock (see program website for specific info).
Why: Christ-Centered, Biblical Truth, Authentic Fellowship, Sacrificial Mission

Christ Child Society of Texas - Capital Area

TWP Contact: Mary Q. Smith,
Program Contact: Meg Beasley,
What: The program provides fellowship and service to community youth who are in need of spiritual, physical, emotional, or economic support. Support includes layettes for young mothers, hand-made bereavement sets of gowns, blankets, and bonnets for infants, summer hygiene bags and winter gloves and caps for elementary through high school age kids, and meal support for homeless and at-risk students participating in The Nest program in Georgetown.
When: Activities to gather and assemble items occur year-round.
Where: Program site on Shell Road in Georgetown
Why: Christ-Centered, Authentic Fellowship, Sacrificial Mission

Faith in Action (Drive a Senior)

TWP Contact: Mike Swaney, (478)335-2890,
Program contact: Alexus Flores, (512) 868-9544
What: Volunteers provide an essential service—rides for seniors who are not able to drive themselves—to appointments, church services, and other important venues. There is no minimum commitment, drivers pick their schedule. Want to volunteer? Or need a ride? Sign up to become a Faith in Action volunteer or client at www.faithinactiongt.org
When: Rides are scheduled as requested, with 24-hour notice. Volunteer drivers select assignments based on their availability.
Where: Trips are normally limited to Georgetown city limits.
Why: Authentic Fellowship, Sacrificial Mission, Christ-Centered

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

TWP Contact: Mike James, (832) 732-4942,
Program contact: https://fcaaustin.org
What: FCA leads school coaches and athletes into growing relationships with Jesus Christ and the church. TWP members can support the local FCA program by becoming an event volunteer serving at Camps, Fields of Faith, Banquet, Golf Outings or Retreats. 
When: Throughout the year
Where: Various school locations in Williamson County
Why: Authentic Fellowship, Sacrificial Mission, Christ-Centered

Georgetown Meals on Wheels

TWP Contact: Dr John & Sara Hudson, (512),948-7440, , or Vicki Wood, (979) 299-4531,
What: Meals on Wheels has served Williams County for over 45 years. Volunteers deliver prepared meals to local residents. Several local churches participate, with each congregation delivering food to recipients every nine weeks. The Worship Place is an active partner in meal delivery, with several dozen members volunteering. We receive our annual schedule each December.
When: Contact John, Sara, or Vicki for more information.
Where: Delivery routes are within Georgetown city limits.
Why: Authentic Fellowship, Sacrificial Mission

Reset Mentoring

TWP Contact: Fred Warman,
Program Contact: Lorie Goggin,
What: This program works with teens who are serving a period of detention in the Williamson County Juvenile Justice Facility in Georgetown. As the youth progress through a phased rehabilitation process at the facility, Reset Mentoring comes alongside them and follows them back into the community to provide continuing support, and help connect them to a local church. Opportunities exist for TWP members to serve as mentors and life skills coaches.
When: Various events each month offer opportunities to serve.
Where: At the justice facility and the program office in Georgetown.
Why: Christ-Centered, Authentic Fellowship, Sacrificial Mission

Salvation Army

Program Contact: Patrick Moloney, 512-634-5904, Patrick.moloney@uss.salvationarmy.org
What: The Williamson County Service Center offers urgently needed services to area adults and children facing the possibility of homelessness.  It offers provides direct services (e.g., food, rent, utility assistance), referrals to other social services, and other types of support. Volunteers can serve in roles such as helping at events and organizing donations at the program warehouse. 
When: Throughout the year
Where: 1930 S. Austin Ave, Suite 101, Georgetown TX 78626
Why: Authentic Fellowship, Sacrificial Mission, Christ-Centered

Soldiers Hospitality House

TWP Contact: Mike Swaney, (478) 335-2890,
What: TWP participates in “food and fellowship” at a Soldiers Hospitality House fellowship event one Thursday evening every other month of the year. TWP participants coordinate to help prepare and serve the onsite meal, or to bring a portion (such as salad or dessert) for a group of 35-40 attendee. TWP members represent the face of mature Christians to young Christian military singles and couples who are new to or renewing their faith.  
Where: Soldiers Hospitality House, 3950 Chaparral Rd, Killeen TX
Why: Biblical Truth, Christ-Centered, Authentic Fellowship

The Caring Place

Program Contact: www.caringplacetx.org
What: Best described as a community safety net to assist with basic human needs. The Caring Place tailors solutions to address needs of people in financial crisis, food security, clothing, temporary shelter, etc. TWP members can serve the program in various volunteer roles, including receiving donations and working in the food pantry and retail stores at two operating locations in Georgetown.
When: Year-round
Where: Main location on Railroad Drive, Annex on Williams Drive
Why: Authentic Fellowship, Sacrificial Mission

Texas Baptist Children's Home

TWP Contact: TBD (contact Mike Swaney if interested, )
What: We’ve adopted Children’s Home Cottage 17/37 and Cottage 1, providing support and donations from TWP members, and assistance as requested by house mothers.  TWP also hosts spring and fall cookouts to meet new cottage residents.
When: As needed/scheduled
Where: Texas Baptist Children’s Home, Round Rock TX
Why: Authentic Fellowship, Sacrificial Mission, Christ-Centered