Fellowship Dallas pursues community transformation both locally and globally. We reach out and serve both for our sake and for the sake of those we serve. We believe that serving others is an essential part of being a follower of Jesus Christ. Jesus said to his followers, “Whoever wants to become great among you must be your servant, and whoever wants to be first must be your slave–just as the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many” (Matthew 20:26-28).
Crossroads Prison Ministries
Crossroads Prison Ministries connects people inside prison with mentors on the outside so that people in prison know they aren’t forgotten. As they encourage each other, develop a friendship rooted in Christ, and apply Scripture to their lives God begins to transform their hearts.
Crossroads students complete Bible study lessons and volunteer mentors review the lessons, answer the students’ questions, and encourage them through personal letters. Students connect with mentors through a mail process that preserves the confidentiality of their personal addresses. Volunteer mentors make a meaningful impact in prison ministry without ever leaving home and many say they grow in faith as much as the students grow.
Making an Impact in Dallas
OUr City Partners
Support our school partnerships with Jill Stone Elementary and Conrad High School by providing tutoring for students, serving at Teacher Appreciation Events, or helping a needy student with school supplies.
Local Refugee Ministry
Serve refugee families in our neighborhood by providing items for Welcome Baskets, volunteering with kids at our Melting Pot Community Center, or connecting to a refugee family as they transition to our culture.