The Brook supports local, regional and global mission efforts through prayer, financial support, and outreach projects. Our strategy is not only to adopt missionaries and comprehensively support their work, but we consider it part of our call as followers of Christ to each be On Mission in our daily lives.
Missions is not just something we do — it is a part of who we are.
CURRENT SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES IN HOUSTON
This is a time for all of us to come together to help our community and show the love of Jesus Christ.
If you are looking for ways to serve, check out the places below for up to date needs.
If you need assistance, please contact Amy.email@example.com
Disaster Readiness Team
Would you like to help us prepare to help our neighbors in times of disaster?
We can use your help - Organizers, leaders, and workers.
Please email Amy.firstname.lastname@example.org to participate in the planning.
Starting back in August 2020
Help area school children with food insecurities eat well over the weekend.
We are looking for people to donate needed food goods, stuff bags, and
deliver the bags the an area school.
Help area families know that God sees their need.
Contact Christina at email@example.com to get started
International Women's Tea
First Sunday of the Month- Currently meeting via Zoom
If you have called another part of the world 'home' then this time if for you.
Come and enjoy a time of sharing and tips about life here.
We rotate homes and cultures of tea, so let's share together.
Email Amy for this month's details: Amy.firstname.lastname@example.org
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CareNet Pregnancy Center of Northwest Houston
The Brook supports this important ministry that provides life-supporting assistance and counseling for pregnant women. We are grateful to have church members volunteering at CareNet.
The world’s leading authority in holistic child development through individual child sponsorship is Christ-centered, church-based and child- focused.
Last Reached Initiative - John and Amy Banta
The Banta family will be serving in the Operations of sending 1000 people to go for 1000 days to the Last Reached people of the world. They are carrying the Gospel of Jesus to those who have never heard in very difficult locations.
Pervis Hall - The Way Fellowship - SE Houston
Fellowship Church has a vision of bringing the life of Christ back into the historic 4th Ward area of Houston. They seek to reconnect the culture to Christ through serving the community. The Brook supports Pastor Pervis Hall and his congregation in this mission.
Innovative Mission Opportunities
It is our privilege to partner with IMO as they share Jesus with those who have never heard His name. Places like Nepal are being impacted as local pastors, evangelists, and missionaries are equipped to disciple new believers who then also become missionaries to the unreached.
International Cultural Exchange
ICX mobilizes and equips volunteers to build relationships with international students in the Lone Star College system. There are over 3000 students from 100 different countries. Typically, 70% of international students never even get invited into an American home, but we want to change that. ICX organizes events to bring internationals and volunteers together, to provide opportunities for relationships to be built and heart-level sharing to occur.
Shear Love International
Shear Love International is designed to educate and empower women by providing an education in hair design. Equipping women with vocational knowledge, financial training, and personal development will give them an opportunity to support their families in a dignified way.
Tomball Chamber of Commerce
The Brook Church volunteers to help the Tomball COC. This is a great organization
in our community and we seek to serve in support of them. Our volunteers assist at the annual Tomball Chamber golf tournament and the annual holiday parade.
Willow Creek Elementary School
The Brook Church loves on the teachers of our neighboring school in Tomball ISD. Simply in support of the great work that teachers and administrators do, we serve the staff and teachers of Willow Creek lunch.
Cokenour's -Budapest, Hungary
Terry and Christina Cokenour (and their three daughters) serve as church planting missionaries in Budapest, Hungary. Terry also teaches at the Bible Seminary.
Persepectives -David Jackett
David Jackett serves as the Regional director for Perspectives on the World Christian Movement. The mission of Perspectives is to mobilize by educating the body of Christ in the US to strategic engagement in God's global purpose.
For more information, contact Amy Banta.