Compassion grows the heart of both those who give and receive it. Our approach to service ministry is uncomplicated. Each week we grab a brown bag at church to fill at the grocery story for delivery to the Briarcliff community’s Helping Hands food pantry. Donating and delivering school supplies for the Eagle Pass border children each semester has become another exercise in compassion that has blessed us with humility and gratitude. Try it, but prepare to be blessed.
Wisdom and discernment, hope and healing, grace and courage unfurl when we let the Spirit whisper or shout. So we come together regularly to listen to the Bible and piece together its meaning for us as individuals and as a community. We meet the every Sunday at 9 a.m. Join us anytime.
Care and Outreach
Men’s Breakfast Second Saturdays
Getting together around food is easy, so let’s do something easy. Meet at the Hill Country Diner for our monthly visit over breakfast. 6116 W. Hwy 290. We keep it friendly. 8 a.m.
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings
Healing and support are natural results of the grace and accountability we continually celebrate here. Emphasis is on the continually. That’s because we recognize we don’t always understand our own actions. We don’t do what we want, but we do the very thing we hate, to paraphrase our old friend the Apostle Paul. So here we are, meeting regularly in worship and regularly to share our experience, strength and hope with each other so we may solve our common problems. The only requirement for membership in this group is a desire to stop drinking. While AA is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution, we are aligned with them in helping. Sunday nights, 7 p.m. at the mission.