Serving the Most Vulnerable

Dedicated people from Springcreek are committed to living life among and serving our community's most vulnerable. By pouring their time, talent, resources, and relationships into ministry to those in need, they live out Jesus' "good news to the poor" and make the Kingdom of God tangible in the margins of our society. High commitment teams that are dedicated to ministry and to each other are serving our communities together. Won’t you join us?

Love in Action

Serving our Community - October 23, 2019

We are thankful for everyone who was able to come out and serve those affected by the Garland EF2 tornado.
Together, we made a difference and shared the love of Jesus with our community.

All monetary donations given to local missions for the next two weeks will be used to help those in need.
Want to help other ways? Check out our resource, Network of Communities Ministries, in Richardson.

The Jonathan Project

Meets the third Friday, every other month, 6:00-8:30pm
(2019 Dates: February 15, April 19, June 21, August 16, October 18, December 20)

The Jonathan Project is a bi-monthly ministry for adults with multiple disabilities. On the third Friday of every other month, a home-cooked meal is prepared by ministry team members and served to residents from eight group homes as well as approximately ten individuals with intellectual disabilities, who come with a family member. After dinner, participants join in a time of praise and worship, listen to a simple lesson with a spiritual application and engage in a hands-on activity.

The ministry team has volunteers, ranging in age from 10 to 74 years old, who cook, set up, clean-up, push wheelchairs, feed people and give lots of love. Each event is unique and entertaining for our guests with themes that include holiday themes and the Springcreek Church version of Special Olympics and "Everybody's Birthday Party" celebrated once each year with pizza, cake, gifts, dancing and lots of fun!

The Jonathan Project is looking for more volunteers to help serve this community on event nights from 6:00-8:30pm.  Some volunteer opportunities include giving out name tags, serving food, helping with activities and crafts, and just visiting with the people we serve.  

For more information on joining the Jonathan Project, please email

Trusted World

 Helping People Help People
Garland Warehouse: 613 Easy St, Garland, TX
Volunteer Here

Trusted World Clothing Donation Bin is located in the Springcreek Church parking lot near the Exxon Car Wash.
Now accepting all sizes of gently used clothing, shoes, and new underwear/socks for those in need.

Trusted World is committed to providing the best resources, for free, to organizations who are providing services on someone else’s behalf. They specialize in the collection and distribution of goods, such as food, clothing and personal care items. Their strength is in their mission, committed to providing the best resources, for free, to people or organizations who are providing services on someone else’s behalf. They work directly with our local community partners like The Free-Man House and Free Grace as well as with school counselors, social workers, police departments, churches, and other non-profits. These people are on the front line of communication with the people in our community who are in need of personal care products, clothing and food. They currently partner with two of our local community partners, The Free-Man House and Free Grace, to provide clothing and other items as needed/requested.

We were able to partner directly with Trusted World in August 2017 in response to Hurricane Harvey. Through the generosity of Springcreekers, nearly 100 people volunteered and many more gave donations. We were able to collect a full truckload of food and necessities for our Texas neighbors in need and deliver them to Trusted World’s Service Center and warehouse right here in Garland, Texas.

For more information about Trusted World,
please email Pastor Lee Jarrell or visit their website.
Check out their current most needed items here.

Mercy House

Meets weekly
Location: 1100 West Griffin Street, Dallas, Texas 75215

Mercy House is a homeless church located in downtown Dallas. They are open Saturdays and Sundays to provide the local homeless community with breakfast and a hot lunch and allow them to attend a church service. Opportunities are available to join a team that provides a meal and spends time with the Mercy House community on weekends. 

To join the Mercy House team, please email or visit their website.

Reconcile Dallas

Various Events/Dates

Seeking Christ’s reconciliation and unity in Dallas is the aim of Reconcile Dallas. Springcreek is a part of a gathering of local, diverse churches and ministries seeking to find a space to live and share as we join together in acts of compassion in our city. 

Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade - January 21, 2019 in Dallas

Volunteers came together to help build and decorate the float and/or participate by walking in the Dallas MLK Parade in unity with a diverse collection of churches in the metroplex from Reconcile Dallas. Let's keep the dream alive!

A word from Pastor Keith about this event…
Thanks to everyone who was involved in the construction and decoration of our float and signs. In addition, thanks to all who participated in the parade. Our message had a positive impact and the joy of working alongside our brothers and sisters from diverse churches was its own reward.”

Samaritan's Feet Back to School Distribution in Dallas

Samaritan’s Feet serves and inspires hope in children by providing shoes as the foundation to a spiritual and healthy life resulting in the advancement of education and economic opportunities. Thanks to everyone who donated money for shoes and to those who volunteered on the day of the event!

Check out the Reconcile Dallas website for more information about this organization.

Springcreek Meal Team

Prepares and delivers meals to Springcreek families as needed.

Did you know that we have a team of people that serve behind the scenes who help prepare and deliver meals to Springcreek families in need?  They provide meals during recovery from surgery, pregnancy, and difficult illnesses.  They also provide assistance to those grieving after the loss of a loved one.

The Springcreek Meal Team is looking for more volunteers to help with this ministry.
If you are interested or need assistance with meals, please email

Springcreek C.A.R.E. Community

Community Action for Rehabilitating the Elderly
Meets on the first Saturday of each month at Discovery Commons from 1:00-2:30pm
3450 Wagon Wheel Rd, Garland, TX 75044

Remaining 2019 Meeting Dates:
November 2, December 7

The Springcreek C.A.R.E. team is an integrated Christ-centered community where the elderly are valued, loved, and contribute by sharing their unique gifts. Our mission is to participate in the lives residing at Discovery Commons at Spring Creek nursing and rehabilitation center in Garland. We are committed to visiting the first Saturday of every month.

We plan and organize an activity that will bring joy and happiness for the residents.
We pray for the elderly regularly, both corporately and personally.

Discovery Commons is also needing volunteers to assist with BINGO at 3:00pm on Saturdays.
T0 volunteer, please check in at the front desk, provide a copy of your driver's license, and complete a short security check form. Volunteers do not need to commit to every Saturday.  Simply serve when you can.

For more information or to volunteer with the Springcreek C.A.R.E. Community,
please email Ellie Frausto.

Hope's Door New Beginning Center

Crisis Line: 972-422-SAFE (7233)

The mission of Hope’s Door New Beginning Center is to offer intervention and prevention services to individuals and families affected by intimate partner and family violence - from victim to abuser.  They also provide educational programs that enhance the community’s capacity to respond.  

Volunteers play a vital role at Hope’s Door New Beginning Center! Each year, hundreds of people donate thousands of hours to help us provide safety, shelter, healing, and hope to families affected by intimate partner and/or family violence. If you have time and talent you would like to share with us, we would love to have you join our volunteer family.

For more information about Hope's Door New Beginning Center, 
please email: info@springcreekchurch or visit their website.

The Free-Man House

BBQ on Fourth Friday of every month, 6:30-8:30pm
at The Free-Man House, 13340 Southview Lane, Dallas, Texas 75240
(January through October)


3rd Annual Banquet & Silent Auction
Benefitting The Free-Man House and Free Grace
Sunday, November 10 from 6:00-9:00pm at Springcreek Church
Tickets: $50 per person | Now Accepting Donated Items for the Silent Auction
Purchase Discounted Tickets Here

The primary goal of The Free-Man House is to raise awareness within the community about those men who live on the fringes of our society who can benefit from a helping hand. The long-term goal is to develop programs to help these men with life skills, personal and financial responsibility, freedom from drugs and alcohol, and developing solid mentoring relationships.

Join us for food and fellowship on the fourth Friday of every month (except November and December) for food and fellowship at our Free-Man House BBQ!  This event is for men 18 years and up.  

For more information about The Free-Man House,
please email The Freeman House or visit their website.

Free Grace

Supportive Sober Living and Affordable, Stable Housing for Women

BBQ on Fourth Friday of every month, 6:30-8:30pm (January through October)
at one of the three Free Grace Houses. Contact Terri Banner for address/directions at 214.282.9708
or email :

Free Grace is an independent sober living transitional homes for women who are struggling in life. We offer women the opportunity to become self-sufficient, maintain sobriety and become Christ-centered.

These houses are a stable, supportive, structured sober living environment needed to create a solid foundation in recovery.

Free Grace provides:

Affordable Rent
Comfortable, Supportive Atmosphere
On the Bus Line
Located in Good Neighborhood in Richardson
Eight (8) Minutes to Church
Walking Distances to AA and NA Meetings
Walking Distances to Stores and Restaurants
Close to Employment Opportunities
Residents Receive Assistance with Life Skills and Accountability
Many Resources Offered


Unfortunately, there are some women who would not qualify for Free Grace at this time, which include the following:

Under Seven (7) Days of Sobriety
Women in Need of Detox Services
Sex Offenders
Dishonesty During the Application Process

Otherwise, we are open to all women who desire a new beginning!

Free Grace has opened a third home!
To donate items, contact Terri Banner at 469.740.1043 or find them on Facebook

For more information about Free Grace,
please email Free Grace or visit their website.
Phone: 469.740.1043

Good Samaritans of Garland

214 N 12th St, Garland, TX 75040
Open Monday - Friday from 9:00am-3:00pm
Good Samaritans provides food in our local communities to help people move towards independence through personal relationships and community networking.  They are here to help people in our hometown. People helping people.

Good Samaritans needs and values faithful volunteers, community partners, and shared resources! Call for a tour and discover opportunities for you to help us help others. Reach out and join with us as we partner with Good Samaritans in compassionately serving the Garland, Rowlett and Sachse communities with food.

For more information about Good Samaritans of Garland,
please email: or check out their website.


Kairos Outside Prison Ministry

Meets twice a year for Arts & Crafts Night

Kairos provides an approach to life from a Christian perspective for women who have been affected by the incarceration of a loved one, family or friend. They provide two retreats annually helping 40 women at each retreat.  The women of Springcreek meet twice a year to make specific crafts that are used as agape (love) gifts that can be taken home by the women affected.  

For each retreat we hold an Arts & Crafts Night to make placemats for the attendees and other crafts. They love what we do and those involved in the crafting have a good time expressing their own unique ideas within the individual items we create.  We extend an open invitation for more ladies to join us for these fun, creative events.  Bring your imagination and prayer and be ready to make creations to be enjoyed by others.  All supplies will be provided.  All we need are helping hands, serving hearts, and lots of smiles.

For more information about Kairos Outside Prison Ministry,
please text or call Lee Reed at (469) 733-4947 or check out their website.

Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS),
Mothers of School-Age Children (MOMSnext), and MOPS Kids


September 19, 2019 - May 21, 2020
Meets on 1st & 3rd Thursday mornings each month (September through May) from 9:00-11:00am
or 1st & 3rd Thursday evenings each month (September through May) from 6:30-8:00pm


Meet us at the Pumpkin Patch!
Thursday, October 24 at 4:00pm
Location: Arapaho United Methodist Church

MOPS is here at Springcreek and there's a place for every mother! Our goal is to build a circle of women that love one another like family, because raising little humans is hard. We want to connect moms together to laugh, cry, and share in the journey of being a mom. Come join us for a time of relaxation, encouragement and inspiration. Find your fire! We'd love to have you!

For more information about MOPS,
please email Jennifer Nicholson or check out their website.

Springcreek Stitches of Love

Meets on first and third Saturday of every month at Shared Table from 10:00am-12:00pm

If you are interested in joining a new stitching group and using your crocheting, sewing, and/or knitting talents to bless others, please join us at any of our gatherings,

For more information, email: Mandy Trull (469.471.4669) or Laurie Benefield (469.371.2106)

Iglesia Cristiana Agua Viva

800 S. Sixth St.
Garland, TX 75040

A special message of thanks from our friends at Agua Viva Church in Garland.


Faith in Texas


Faith in Texas is a multi-racial faith movement for social justice and a part of the PICO National Network. PICO stands for People Improving Communities through Organizing. PICO is the nation's largest network that develops civic leadership in low and moderate-income faith communities for economic and racial justice. 

Join us for Public Square Training on Saturday, February 2, 2019 from 9:30-11:30pm at Springcreek.

Click here to find out how Faith in Texas works at Springcreek