Food Fair – 7:00am – 10:00am / Westpark Location (27043 FM 1093, Richmond TX 77406)
Join us as we partner with Family Hope to provide a month’s worth of groceries to 300 deserving families in our community. This is a great opportunity for everyone in your family to serve together. All you need to do is show up on the Second Saturday at 7:30am. Once you arrive please park in the Northwest section of the parking lot. Families receiving food park in the South section of the parking lot. After arrival go to the Family Hope tent in the South parking lot to sign in and receive a job and instructions. Wear your Parkway T-Shirt if you have one!
Food Fair – 7:00am – 10:00am / Katy Christian Ministries Food Pantry (3506 Porter Rd, Katy TX 77493)
Join us as we partner with Katy Christian Ministries and the Houston Food Bank to end Food Insecurity in the Greater-Katy Area with our ongoing Community Food Fairs! On the second Saturday of every month, we will be distributing food to families in need!
The address for the distribution is:
3506 Porter Rd Katy TX 77493
Volunteers are asked to arrive at 7:00 AM. Please park or drop off in the south lot (closest to Morton Rd) because the north lot is used by families picking up food.
When you support Parkway Fellowship, you are helping support ministry outside the walls of our church. Below you can learn about the different organizations we partner with, all who are making a difference here locally and around the world.
A21 fights human trafficking in various ways worldwide, not only by responding to ongoing trafficking but also proactively preventing its recurrence on the frontlines. Their Reach, Rescue, and Restore programs collaborate to offer a comprehensive response to human trafficking. Each program is designed to function independently, addressing crucial gaps in the communities they serve without duplicating efforts. Additionally, A21 is committed to sharing its resources and knowledge with other groups combating human trafficking, aiming to reach a tipping point where slavery is abolished everywhere, forever.
Demand Disruption believes that all people are created equal and deserve freedom and respect. Sexual exploitation exists in a cycle of supply and demand. This organization fights sex trafficking by reducing demand. Demand Disruption has crafted a wide range of classes, workshops, programs and initiatives to support community leaders, organizations, those struggling with unwanted sexual behavior, and their loved ones.
Family Hope is the largest non-profit agency that exclusively serves northern Fort Bend County’s residents with medical assistance, food, rent and utility assistance, job searches, furniture and disaster relief. They work towards transforming hurting people into healthy families through the hope of God. They serve by assisting the community with food in moments of crisis, and equipping them with resources to identify, leverage, and develop community assets in order to improve lives.
Katy Christian Ministries
Katy Christian Ministries is a Social Service non-profit serving the Katy/West Houston area. They have Social Service Departments that offer emergency financial assistance, Food Pantry, Crisis Center that houses the Domestic Abuse Center and Sexual Assault Center, Resale Store, and Donation Center. Currently, KCM has 35 Coalition Churches in Fulshear, Katy, West Houston, and surrounding areas.
Feed the Hunger
Feed the Hunger is a Christian ministry delivering hope and a future to malnourished children around the world who are vulnerable to starvation by utilizing volunteers to pack life-saving meals, which we distribute along with culturally appropriate Bibles. They seek to meet these needs in three target audiences: (1) at-risk children in America and overseas, (2) those in crisis situations, such as refugees and victims of natural disasters, and (3) ethnic groups that are just beginning to be reached with the message of Jesus.
Champions Kids Camp
Champions Kids Camp’s mission is to nurture children who have survived a traumatic injury, illness, or personal loss, such as the loss of a parent or sibling. Singer/Songwriters, Bill & Kim Nash, founded CKC in 2001 in honor of their oldest son, Billy, who survived childhood Leukemia. Over the years, CKC has helped thousands of children to move past their trauma, which gives them improved self-esteem & social skills, reduced fear and anxiety, higher grades in school, and the tools to become a productive part of our community.
Smilin’ Rylen Foundation
The Smilin’ Rylen Foundation is dedicated to raising awareness about organ donation and to assist families in crisis. Rylen Cowen earned his angel wings on June 5, 2017, at only 13.5 months old, after a battle with Bacterial Meningitis. Little but Mighty, Rylen did not leave this earth untouched. Thanks to the medical advances in organ donation, Rylen was able to save 5 lives. In 2019, the Smilin’ Rylen Foundation was able to donate over $45,000 to Ronald McDonald House Houston, Life gift, Emma’s Hugs, and Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep.
Katy Fulshear Young Life
Katy Fulshear Young Life’s goal is to show young people how much God cares about them by showing up in their world and sharing the message of God’s love through Jesus in ways and words they could understand and relate to. Since 1941, Young Life leaders have walked with kids and earned the right to be heard in an exhausting and exciting world. In 2018, 348,000 kids were involved every week all around the world.
Keturah’s Haven is a Christ-centered home to assist homeless pregnant women who need to be loved, nurtured, encouraged and supported during their pregnancy. Keturah’s Haven was established to break the chain of generational poverty and hopelessness by providing women in crisis pregnancies a loving, structured environment as well as the necessary resources and support for them and their children to become productive, well-balanced and contributing citizens.
Eyes on Me
Eyes on Me helps at risk kids and teen in our local community. They mentor, disciple, and serve at-risk youth and their families. Assisting in transforming the overlooked and underserved.
Impact Africa’s mission is to motivate, educate, disciple and provoke individuals toward a passionate relationship with Jesus Christ through socially relevant outlets of ministry service; which in turn deeply impact individuals, communities, and nations. Their programs and emphasis include an opportunity to create jobs for local South Africans, they have found this to be an effective way to sustain long-term strategies and maximize impact on the Communities we are working in. They are are fueled by the idea of equipping and mobilizing South Africans to impact fellow South Africans.
The Mission statement for Venezuela Now, Inc. is simply: “Reach the Lost of Venezuela”.
We do this primarily by training indigenous pastors and leaders to reach their nation for Christ. Our primary partnership is with the United Methodist Church of Venezuela which was created by students in the Seminary and holds its annual conferences on the Seminary Campus. However, we train leaders from many denominations and independent churches from across the country. The overarching goal is to train Venezuelan pastors to be effective mission ministers able to pastor a primary church and to plant additional congregations and social missions for the purpose of reaching the lost of Venezuela.