At FMC, we recognize the importance of responding to the needs of others (acts of compassion) and working to correct the systemic and institutional causes of suffering in our community (acts of justice). When we participate in these activities, we are able to reflect God’s presence and love for all people. Our Compassion and Justice Ministries are devoted to helping our community in various ways to assist those in need spiritually and physically.
For more information about getting involved with one of the ministries below, contact Rev. Janet Stilwell at
Neighborhood Donation Drives
Neighborhood Donation Drives help you get to know your neighbors and help those in need in our community. This is how it works…
Right now, we are collecting for those in our congregation who are experiencing severe economic challenges. You are also welcome to collect for other organizations, but you will need to fill out a generic donation card.
Decide when you want to pick up the items from your neighbors. Make sure you list this date on the card before you distribute. If you have an email list of your neighbors, send out an email to give them information about who will be receiving the donations.
Distribute the cards 3-4 days before your pickup date. Put the card on your neighbors’ doors or front porches, somewhere where they can be seen.
Pick up the donations on the date you designated and be careful in the way you handle the items. Please use latex gloves or hand sanitizer as you pick up donations.
Click here to see a resource list of many ways you can make a difference in our community!
We want to know how you made a difference for Christ!
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- Conroe Courier Article - Montgomery County nonprofit celebrates milestone in effort to feed those in need
- FMC Assistance: Our assistance fund team distributes financial resources to individuals in need of assistance with rent, utilities, food or other essential needs. They office out of the Community Assistance Center on Wednesday mornings. We also provide much needed guidance and resources for those who need and identification card in order to get employment or benefits on Tuesday and Thursday mornings.
- Sam Houston Elementary Adopted School: For decades, our church has helped Sam Houston ready their students for a successful life. Our members support the children through reading partners, their parents through the outreach of our Spanish language service, Celebración, and to the faculty and staff through special treats throughout the school year.
- Red Cross Shelter: Many of our members are shelter leaders and support staff for the Red Cross when we host necessary, emergency shelters in our church building.
- Our Discipleship Method - Pursuing Jesus through holiness of heart and life.