Serving our Community From our Campus
We are blessed to be able to serve the community around us with a variety of ministries based on our campus. If you feel called to serve through these ministries, please reach out to the contacts below. All of these ministries are deserving of your support.
The Food Pantry at Arborlawn provides supplemental food service to people in our community, Tuesday-Thursday, 9:00 am-12:00 pm, in the SAM Building.
Contact: Sue Walker: email@example.com
Arborlawn’s Snack Sack Ministry provides food for the weekend for children who receive food assistance in the public schools on weekdays. Arborlawn works through the counseling offices at Tanglewood Elementary, Oakmont Elementary, Chapel Hill Academy, Waverly Park Elementary, Nash Elementary, Western Hills Primary, J T Stevens Elementary, and Woodway Elementary to determine which kids are in need of this outreach. This mission has grown beyond Arborlawn; our church has gratefully shown other faith communities in Fort Worth and beyond how to implement similar programs.
Contact: Pat Bradley: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Arborlawn Clothing Room provides new clothes to people in need in our community, Tuesday-Thursday, 9:00-11:45 am, in the SAM Building
Contact: Madelyn Dean: email@example.com
Helping Hands is a mission project that provides limited, one-time financial assistance to help people pay portions of utility and housing bills. Helping Hands is donation dependent, with most contributions given at the altar rail during Holy Communion. Contributions are welcome at any time by contacting the church office.
Contact: Nell Cantwell: Nell@ArborlawnUMC.org
Through the apportionment system, advanced special askings, and individual donations, Arborlawn supports the following mission endeavors: Africa University, Aldersgate Enrichment Center, Black College Fund, Glen Lake Camp, Lydia Patterson Institute, Mount Sequoia Retreat Center, No More Malaria, Southern Methodist University Campus Ministries, Texas Methodist College Foundation, United Methodist Children’s Home, United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR), Wesley Foundation at Texas Christian University, and Wesley Foundation at Texas Wesleyan University.