Fridays 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm
410 Harvey Rd
College Station TX 77845
Church Number: 979-693-5555
Steven Hope 979-422-1409
Jade Hope 832-800-8929
(Meets every Saturday from 3-5pm) Kids from 9-18 and their parents are invited to explore electronics, robotics, and programming in an informal environment. Mentors are on site to help guide you. All materials and equipment is provided. We have RC toys and high-tech programmable robots and everything in between. Students can even access 3D printers, laser cutters, and more. BotClub is sponsored by Brazos Robotics (an educational non-profit). Read more at www.BrazosRobotics.org
Monthly meeting of fellowship, prayer, discussion of current topics relating to God’ Word. Aglow International is a safe place for encountering a living personal God, a place to grow in God and to make trustworthy friends. It is an interdenominational organization that provides opportunity to discover your gifts and talents as God has designed you.
Once a week on Tuesday FBC volunteers provide each family represented with two sacks of groceries. There are no requirements except a photo ID and proof of current address. Recipients must live in the six county area: Brazos, Burleson, Grimes, Madison, Robertson, and Washington.
Hosted by SingleMoms Created4Change Advocacy and Empowerment Center. This class/program is founded in prayer and on the word of God. It is designed to help moms who have a criminal history and are ready to reenter their families, community and the workforce. The program includes parenting classes, devotional, job skills training and an opportunity to complete community service hours.
Ongoing – Tuesdays at 9:30am
Mending Hearts: A place where hurting hearts are mended
To cultivate healing for grieving youth, their families, and the community through peer support group programs, training, education, and outreach.
Children and Grief
Grief is a term often used to describe the wide range of emotional and physical reactions that arise when someone has experienced the death of a loved one, or is living in anticipation of a death. Grief feelings may include shock, sadness, anger, denial, and loss of control. An array of physical reactions may also be present, such as loss of appetite, memory, sleeplessness, and lack of concentration. At the Center we believe that each person’s journey through grief is unique and therefore deserving of a distinctive approach to healing. We help children and their caregivers understand the depth of their grief, stabilize and preserve family relationships, and cope with the loss of their loved one.
Our peer support group programs bring together children, teens, and their caregivers with similar loss experiences to help normalize feelings, share experiences, and grieve the death of a loved one. Peer support group programs are open-ended and are offered at no cost to families. Each group meets twice a month in a safe, nurturing environment conducive to healing. Children who attend groups engage in therapeutic activities such as: play therapy, narrative therapy, art, poetry, journaling, music, meditation, dance/movement, and recreational activities, all of which help process their feelings of grief.
Prior to enrolling in a peer support group program, families attend an individual intake interview, at no cost to the family. To schedule an individual intake interview, please call 979-690-4673, ask for Kay.
MHGC Volunteer Opportunities
The Center is a volunteer-driven organization. Wherever your time and talents may be, there is a match for you to help us link hearts, mend spirits, and transform lives. We invite you to make a difference in any of the following ways:
- Become a trained support group facilitator
- Sponsor and serve dinner to a support group
- Donate items from our Wish List listed on our website
- Join the Friends of Mending Hearts Grief Center
Help Mend Hurting Hearts
The Center is supported by donations. Your tax-deductible contribution is always needed and appreciated. You may make checks payable to Christ UMC and write Mending Hearts Grief Center on the memo line.
You may mail your contribution to:
Christ United Methodist Church
4201 State Highway 6 South
College Station, TX 77845
Contact: Christ UMC at 979-690-4673 or School Counselor Kathe Hawkins , M.A. at 979-225-0967 or email email@example.com; or, Licensed Professional Counselor – Supervisor Rev. Tommy Myrick, M.S. at 979-595-6022 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information please visit our website at www.mendingheartsgriefcenter.org
Mending Hearts Grief Center is a part of The Hope Center, a Missions Outreach Ministry of Christ United Methodist Church
Come and join us distribute food to those in need every Wednesday.
For more information, please call 979-361-0618
Templo Del Espiritu Santo UMC will begin having Wednesday Night Services starting September 7, 2016. We will start at 6:30pm with a free dinner (spaghetti) with Worship and Service starting at 7pm. Worship and Message will be in English.
A group for mothers of school-age kids. At MOPS International we believe Better Moms Make a Better World. This is true during the preschool years and beyond. As mothers enter the school years, new challenges and issues arise, but the need for community and hope remains. For this reason we offer MOMSnext, a ministry to mothers of school-age kids. A MOMSnext group is an open, accepting place for all mothers of school-age kids to experience authentic community, personal growth, practical help and spiritual hope.
Who can join? Any mother with children ages Kindergarten– 12th grade. Childcare not provided.
When do we meet? Alternate Thursdays from 9:30 – 11:30 am starting in September
Where do we meet? Central Baptist Church- 1991 FM 158 Rd, College Station www.centralbcs.org
What does it cost? $60/semester
What will we do? Breakfast, Guest Speakers, Crafts, Discussion, Encourage
Still have questions? Contact MOMSnext Coordinator Hollie Gardner– JoinMOMSnext@yahoo.com
A place where moms of school age children can fellowship and be encouraged!
The 1st Friday of each month, The Bridge Ministries distributes 10 pallets of fresh fruits and vegetables to those in need. Produce is a luxury that not all get to experience, so we hope to benefit some families who wouldn’t otherwise get the vitamins and nutrients that produce provides for us. We need help with paperwork, sacking the produce, unloading the groceries into recipient’s cars, and greeting those who come in the name of Jesus!