The Dallas 24 Hour Club has been around since 1969. It provides safe, transitional living for homeless men and women working towards a clean and sober new life.
In 2017, the old building was torn down and a new facility built in its place. Through the collaboration and hard work of many, this new building is able to house even more of the homeless looking for a brand new start.
Everyday individuals and families in our area go hungry. The Tarrant Area Food Bank fights to keeps those people as the primary source of donated food for programs in 13 North Texas counties.
Not only does TAFB provide much needed food, but they also provide Social Services helping families apply for assistance; Nutrition Services; and a Community Kitchen providing free culinary job training.
Still Water Ministries opened their doors in 2001 seeking to serve and impact impoverished areas across Texas. They partner with the local body of Christ to fulfill the Call and reach those in need.
In 2015, Still Water Ministries purchased Knott Creek Falls a short distance from Fredericksburg, Texas. This property will operates as a camp and host retreats.