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Rejoice members minister to the needs of our community and surrounding communities through a variety of programs and in partnership with other community organizations. A wide range of opportunities are available to share our time, talent and blessings. Listed below are a few of those opportunities.

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Homeless Ministry

In a prior sermon, our Pastor showed a video about  an individual who was giving out blankets to the homeless during the holiday season.  The Pastor then challenged our congregation and said, “We should do that.”  Our people accepted the challenge! Several people from the congregation began donating blankets, and a group of people came to the church and wrapped all the blankets as Christmas presents for the homeless.  We considered traveling to downtown Dallas to deliver the blankets, but thought we must have some neighbors in need close to our area.

After some research, we learned of an organization called, “Many Helping Hands” based in Irving, TX – right next door to us!  Our church partnered up with them and the other churches involved with the program, and we began collecting needed items for the homeless in Irving and Dallas.

We currently collect toiletries, clothing, shoes, blankets, coats, etc. for our neighbors in need in Irving.  When we learned about providing a hot meal to the homeless population, we immediately signed up to take our turn.  As we are no longer able to cook and serve food to this group of people, our congregation generously donates funds to cater meals to them for just $4 per plate!  We welcome all donations.

Questions?  Contact the Church Office at:


Arrow Outreach/Starfish Scholarship Program
El Paso Community Foundation

Starfish Mission sponsors kids in Juarez, Mexico to receive a better education through Arrow Outreach. 

If you would like to find out more, contact the church office at 972-724-2323

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Upbring Foster Program – Angel Tree Program

Upbring  (formerly Lutheran Social Services) is an organization whose goal is to raise the standards for child welfare in Texas. The mission to break the cycle of child abuse is bigger than any single organization.  Upbring is changemaker determined to create a world where all children are cherished. 

Prior to the Christmas season every year, Rejoice sets up a Christmas tree in the Narthex.  In place of Christmas balls, the tree is decorated with angels that represent a child in the foster care system.  Each angel has the name of a child, the child’s age and a wish list of items that child would like to receive on Christmas. Each child is allowed to request four gifts, and they are asked to keep it around $30 per gift.


Members of the congregation pick an Angel(s) from the tree, purchase gifts and bring the gift(s) along with a gift bag and the Angel ornament back to the church to be distributed and pray for the children. Our church steps up and helps make Christmas happen for these kids.  Our church has been told that we are the most generous gifters because we go out of our way to purchase exactly what these babies are requesting.

Through this Angel Tree, the simple act of love will give joy to children who might otherwise have little to celebrate. Pray that God will open your heart to their needs and that these children may live out the true meaning of Christmas.

We also do Easter baskets for Upbring.

Contact the church office for more information:  972-724-2323

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Metrocrest Services

Metrocrest Services specializes in helping families and seniors who are going through a crisis situation stabilize their lives for a brighter future. They offer a wide range of services including emergency financial assistance, financial coaching and education, a food pantry, employment coaching and job readiness, senior services to help seniors age in place, and seasonal programs focused on children including holiday gifts and food for the summer.

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