Local Mission Partners

“This service that you perform is not only supplying the needs of the Lord’s people but is also overflowing in many expressions of thanks to God.” – 2 Corinthians 9:12

Anti-Human Trafficking

St. Martin’s Outreach has expanded its efforts to build awareness and provide education and volunteer efforts to join the fight against Human Trafficking along with many Houston area non-profit organizations.

Senior Care

Amazing Place
Amazing Place provide a safe, spiritual and nurturing program for older adults with mild to moderate Alzheimer’s or similar dementia, while offering respite, education and support to their caregivers and families.


Senior Rides and More
Senior Rides and More asks volunteer drivers to help take seniors to doctors, grocery shopping or other transportation needs.


Children’s Ministry

DePelchin Children’s Center’s Angel Tree Christmas Gift Program
This center is committed to meeting the needs of children as one of the largest providers of mental health, foster care and adoption services in Texas. St. Martin’s Angel Tree project provides Christmas gifts for these children.


Kids’ Meals
Kids’ Meals provides and distributes nutritious lunches to hungry preschool children throughout Houston.  Men of St. Martin’s also hosts a Kids’ Meal program the fourth Tuesday of the month.


Yellowstone Academy Mentoring Program
By providing an academically rigorous Christian education, Yellowstone Academy is answering the challenge of the education crisis that faces many economically disadvantaged students in Houston’s Third Ward. Volunteer opportunities are available for at least one hour per month to help as a lunch buddy or academic tutor, assist in the early childhood chapel or library, or provide support through Scouts.



Bo’s Place
Bo’s Place is a non-profit, free-of-charge bereavement center offering multiple grief support services for children, families, and adults in their grief journey, and provides education and resources for those who assist people in grief.


Christian Community Service Center
Christian Community Service Center (CCSC) assists the poor, hungry, disabled and otherwise needy, and provides a back-to-school and Christmas program for low-income children. They also offer emergency assistance for needy families, job training, and school vision screening. Church volunteers organize and distribute food and clothing at emergency services, and hold a food drive in September.


The Women’s Home
For nearly 60 years, The Women’s Home has been helping women build whole lives. We offer women – many who are homeless and lack job skills or education due to substance abuse and mental illness – a home and a model of care called Whole Life®.



Homeless Ministry

The Beacon
The Beacon is a non-profit organization that serves the homeless community. Founded by Christ Church Cathedral, the Beacon provides essential and next-step services to restore hope and help end homelessness in Houston. Volunteers are needed to serve meals and assist in the laundry room.


Church in the Field
Church in the Field ministers to the homeless in downtown Houston by serving a meal, serving as prayer partners and providing praise music for the worship service once a month. Check our Events page for upcoming ministry days.

Lord of the Streets Episcopal Church
LOTS (Lord of the Streets) is a church community that welcomes, restores and rebuilds lives through relationship-focused ministries with the homeless and formerly homeless. Volunteer opportunities include Bible study and prayer team, clothing center, mail clerks and assessment.


Mission of Yahweh
The Mission of Yahweh is a faith-based shelter that has been empowering, enriching and restoring the lives of homeless women and children and provides outreach services to low-income communities since 1961. The Mission offers shelter and many life-changing programs focused on ending the cycle of homelessness and dependency.  They also have a Resale Shop that accepts donations and provides affordable merchandise to our surrounding low-income community.


SEARCH Homeless Services works to engage, stabilize, educate, employ and house individuals and families who are homeless.  SEARCH pursues a mission of providing hope, creating opportunity, and transforming lives.



Epiphany Community Health Outreach Services
Epiphany Community Health Outreach Services asks volunteers to staff the food pantry.


Nora’s Home
Volunteers will serve dinner at Nora’s Home, which offers affordable lodging for pre-transplant and post transplant patients and their families who travel to any of the Texas Medical Center transplant centers.



Open Door Mission Mentoring Program
Open Door Mission provides shelter, food, clothing and encouragement for homeless, addicted and disabled men. The Mission is in need of mentors for the residents in the DoorWay Recovery and Educational and Job Training Programs. An invaluable part of defeating chronic homelessness is for our men to find strong Christian mentors to help them find their way. Volunteer Orientation is the second Thursday of the month at 5306 Harrisburg, 12 p.m. Join them to learn more about the program, take a tour and enjoy lunch.


reVision Houston
reVision works to transform the lives of at-risk and gang-affected youth by connecting them to positive adult role models, building a new community around strong, affirming peer groups, and preparing the youth for promising futures through education and jobs. reVision pairs adult mentors with youth, many of whom are incarcerated at the time mentors meet them. These volunteer mentors offer friendship and encouragement to youth during a difficult period of their lives, and commit to helping them move towards a more positive future.