About Mission Centers of Houston

Sharing the love of Jesus Christ to many families who struggle everyday.

Watch this video to find out what Mission Centers of Houston is all about.

Our Mission

We provide for the physical and spiritual needs of people living in Houston’s inner city. Get an overview of what that means here.

Last Year’s Ministry Results

food deliveries and visits made to homebound senior adults

people received food through our pantries

people were served through our clothing closets

homeless neighbors served with hygiene items, food, clothing, supplies, and a restaurant-quality meal every week

more than 150 children and youth attended after-school activities each week

New Studies

A new family Bible study and ‘Women of Purpose’ groups were started

Bibles were distributed to children, adults, and seniors

Each week, over 120 senior adults attended a program where they enjoyed fellowship, received a meal, heard a message from God's Word and were blessed with groceries to take home.

In partnership with one of our supporting churches, 310 people received a full course Thanksgiving meal and a bag of groceries to take home.

families were blessed by our 100% free Christmas Stores

In partnership with one of our supporting churches, 445 community residents were blessed with a Christmas meal, gifts and groceries, and a Gospel message.

college summer missionaries and over 150 middle and high school youth were able to receive training to serve as missionaries during the summer

people made professions of faith in Jesus Christ

people rededicated their lives to Christ

total volunteer hours logged - an equivalent of 11 full-time staff members for an entire year!

In 2019 we also brought our Northeast Houston long-term Harvey recovery work to a close as designated funds and grants have now been exhausted.  We remain ready to help in the future and will retool as needed if and when disaster strikes again in Northeast Houston.  We offered services to 55,000 homes, held 11 community fairs, and connected 1,051 people to Disaster Case Managers to help those who still needed help.  We also provided first-hand reconstruction services for 25 homes and mobile homes, and 8 churches.