MISSION MINISTRY

DISASTER RECOVERY

We realize that the devastation from Hurricane Harvey is still not over for many people in our community. Please click to learn more about how you can help those in need.


BABY BOTTLE BLESSING

You can be part of God’s work at Pregnancy Help Center of West Houston which provides mentoring and support for parents facing a crisis pregnancy. Services include parenting classes, adoption education, post-abortion healing classes, and the opportunity for parents to earn credit toward baby items, furniture, and clothing.


Pick up a baby bottle at the Welcome Desk of the Kingsland Campus and in the Foyer of the West Campus, take it home and fill it with loose change, bills, or a check (made out to Pregnancy Help Center). Return any time before Father’s Day. The Mission Ministry will be matching up to $1,000 of the donations brought in from the baby bottles. Thank you for helping parents choose life for their babies and life in Christ for themselves.


PICK-A-DILLY CRAFT FAIR MISSION EVENT

This mission event is scheduled for October 19, 2019. The vendor registration forms for Pick-a-dilly Craft Fair are now available. Click for more information.


ABOUT ST. PETER'S MISSION MINISTRY

Part of our vision at St. Peter’s is to Go out into the world to serve others. We do this through missions in our community, our state, our nation, and our world. We participate in missions as a church and in partnership with other organizations such as U.M. ARMY, Christ Clinic, Hope Impacts, and the Ballard House. Watch for ways you can change lives and share God’s love through service.

If you would like to donate to our Missions Ministry, please click  below.

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Non-Profit Organizations we partner with:

(Please click on the name to go to their website for ways to volunteer/help.)

 

Brookwood Community

Christ Clinic

Clothed by Faith

Hope Impacts

Pregnancy Help Center

The Ballard House
YMCA 

 

We serve others through activities such as our senior high mission trip to Jamaican schools and churches, donating school supplies for Katy children, helping provide a community Thanksgiving Feast, participating in workdays at area non-profits, and helping with disaster relief.

 

Two mission groups meet monthly at St. Peter’s. The Prayer Quilt Ministry sews quilts for those suffering an illness or the loss of a loved one, and Smocks for Life sews smocks for breast cancer patients. You can learn more about them HERE.