At First Christian Church Rowlett...
there is a wide variety of community,
national and global outreach and mission opportunities.
We support the Disciples of Christ denominational outreach
efforts through our regular contributions to area, regional
and national Disciple organizations.
Operation Rowlett Reindeer is an amazing community outreach event. In an effort to help families in need provide their children with a warm and joyful Christmas, First Christian Church, along with other community churches and businesses, created a non-threatening environment where families could receive help and have a great time!
All donations should be made payable to:
First Christian Church and are tax deductible.
Thank you does not even begin to cover your kind and generous hearts! We are looking forward to next year… The Operation: Rowlett Reindeer Golf Tournament will be on September 27, 2015 at Waterview Golf Course. Tee time is at 1:30 pm! Get your teams ready! Start collecting prizes! And gear up for another amazing year!
What an amazing community we live in! Through the generosity of:
First Christian Church Rowlett, First Rowlett United Methodist Church, Stillwater Community Church, Catalyst Church, Logos Fellowship Church, First Christian Church Garland, First Garland United Methodist Church, Cornerstone Church, Pleasant Valley UMC, Monica Park Christian Church, The Gideons, Iglesias Jaweh Rafah; The counselors, staff, and administration of the GISD; Manufacturers Transportation Inc., Blue Ivey School, Rowlett Gold and Silver, Life Message, Albertsons, Aldi, Fiesta Market, Big Lots, Walmart, State Farm, Hot DiggityDog, Chick-Fil-A Rowlett, Coldwell Baker Rowlett, The Rowlett Chamber of Commerce; countless individual donors; and hundreds and hundreds of volunteers… and many more!
Together we were able to extend grace, peace, and care to 273 families…That’s an incredible 940 children in the GISD community!
The Food Pantry has been providing food to needy families since 2001. This is an ongoing ministry based solely on donations of food and time from the congregation, the community, Boy Scout and Girl Scout troops and area churches. Serving Rowlett, Rockwall, Sachse, Wylie and Garland. More than 75 families per month are being served regularly. Click HERE for more info.
If you have any questions or want to make a donation of time or food please call the church office at 972-475-3559 for information.
We meet the first THURSDAY of EVERY month in Room 8 of the Sanctuary building, starting at 6:45 p.m.
Everyone facing cancer treatments, new diagnosis, remission, or family/friends.... please join us!
Anyone welcome, we're here to talk things through with you, aid in resources, and above all... pray you through this time!
Started in 2010 this group makes quilts and more for cancer patients and others in need.
Continually looking for new helpers-experienced or not.
Donations of fabric, batting, thread, etc. are always welcome.
Please feel free to join this wonderful outreach ministry.
Meets every Friday from 10:00am until 2pm in fellowship hall, plus Sunday afternoons. Click Calendar for schedule.
PROUD TO PARTNER WITH...
Operation Community Outreach -
A charitable organization working in partnership with benevolent charities, service agencies and other organizations by providing Eastern Dallas County with financial and organizational support.
For over 50 years, Al-Anon (which includes Alateen for younger members) has been offering hope and help to families and friends of alcoholics. It is estimated that each alcoholic affects the lives of at least four people...alcoholism is truly a family disease.
Currently there are two groups meeting at FCC-Rowlett. One on Tuesday night at 8:00 P.M. and the other on Thursday night at 7:30 P.M.. Meetings are in Room 4 of the Sanctuary building.
For more information please Visit AL-ANON HERE
Boy Scout Troop 1188
Boy Scout Troop 1188 was first chartered in 1997. They meet on Monday nights in the Fellowship Hall. The aims of the Troop are the same as those established by the Boy Scouts of America.Troop 1188 Website HERE
* To build character and moral strength
* To foster citizenship, and
* To develop physical, mental and emotional fitness
Girl Scouts meet at 6:30 pm on Tuesday evenings in the Fellowship Hall.
Girl Scouts discover the wider world around them through the warm, nurturing world of Girl Scouting. As they participate in activities close to home, Daisies discover they are special, and the world...whether it's the magic of nature or the art of dance...offers new and exciting challenges and opportunities.