Missions: Upcoming Serving Opportunities for February

Missions: Upcoming Serving Opportunities for February

The purpose of #WeServe is to get the congregation excited and connected by being more visible in our communities both locally and globally.

We have a service opportunity for everyone. Some opportunities are one-time, and others are year-round. Some are in-person, and others are virtual. So please, join the movement. Here are our upcoming serving opportunities for February. 

Thank You Community Partners

Thank You Community Partners

Thank you to all our Community Partners that truly helped The Church Without Walls be The Church Without Walls. As we served our community, they have helped us fight against Covid-19, poverty and racial injustice. Thank you…

  • Houston Health Department and the #BetterTogether Campaign 
  • Mayor Sylvester Turner and the U.S. Census Campaign
  • Harris County Voting Initiative
  • World Evangelical Society for the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church
  • Covid-19, Disaster Relief and Recovery, Racial and Social Justice Initiatives 
    • YMCA of Greater Houston
    • NAACP
    • Greater St. Mary Missionary Baptist Church
    • Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, Progressive National Baptist Convention, IC3, Baptist World Alliance, National Action Network, the Poor People’s Campaign
    • Texas Baptists
    • Operation Hope
  • South Main Baptist Church
  • Cigna Health and more….
RSVP Today for the Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast

RSVP Today for the Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast

November 18, 2017
Queenston Campus

Our volunteers are special servant leaders who freely dedicate their time and talents to our church.  On Saturday, November 18th, Pastor West and the staff will serve a delicious breakfast to our volunteers as an expression of appreciation for their service in ministry.


Harvey Information Resource Center Coming Soon

Harvey Information Resource Center Coming Soon

Harvey Information Resource Center
October 7, 2017
9:00am – 1:00pm
Prince Chapel

If you have been impacted by hurricane Harvey, we are providing assistance for you in the recovery process. On Saturday, October 7th from 9:00am to 1:00pm, join insurance professionals, contractors, realtors and lawyers in the Prince Chapel in our north atrium. They will provide education and guidance during this portion of the recovery process. 

Schedule Appointment
Volunteer Your Business
Donation Accepted at The Church Without Walls

Donation Accepted at The Church Without Walls

Beginning Thursday, Aug 31st, we will accept the following items for those impacted by Hurricane Harvey. 

Baby Food
Baby Wipes
Diaper (All sizes)
Coloring Books & Crayons
Non-Perishable Foods
New T-shirts (XL & Up)

Face Wipes
Shampoo & Conditioner
Feminine Products
Heavy Duty Trash Bags

New Towels
Toilet Paper
Paper Towels
New Socks
New Underwear (Larger Sizes)
Schools Supplies

Durable Plastic Totes with Lids
Cleaning Supplies
Adult Diapers

#TCWWCares – What You Can Do To Help Now

#TCWWCares – What You Can Do To Help Now

TCWW Family,

Many of you are wanting to do something to help those affected by #HurricaneHarvey but you do not know what to do or you may not be able to safely leave your homes.

Here are some things you can do RIGHT NOW as we prepare to provide much needed stability to those affected:

• Continue praying for Sylvester Turner, Mayor of Houston, government officials, and first responders as they work around the clock to rescue stranded citizens and get them to a shelter.

• Let your friends and family know that TCWW is working to help in whatever way we can and will need their help as well.

• TCWW is more than a building, it is the people. Open your home to others who may have lost everything and need a place to stay. Meet the people where they are and SHOW them what being a follower of Jesus looks like.

• Start going through your clothes, towels, and bedding to get them ready to donate. Wash and box all items so that they are ready for use.

• Help first responders by feeding them and offering them a place to eat and get dry.

• TCWW will need lots of hands to help as we prepare to assist families. Be ready to give freely of your time and support once it is SAFE to do so. Start communicating with your ministry members about staffing support hours.

• Dig up those gift cards that you have not used and be ready to donate them to the cause. Walmart, Visa, MasterCard, Target, etc. These cards will be useful to families who will need to start over.

• Be ready to support the #HARVEY effort with contributions to TCWW, Red Cross, and the Greater Houston Community Foundation.

• If your employer is willing to donate resources: volunteers, food, finances, etc. please notify TCWW leadership. Start making a list of people to contact about helping us to help others.

• Remember that we are not only #TCWWStrong, but we are also #HoustonStrong and God will see us through this.

#WeServe: Atria Senior Living

#WeServe: Atria Senior Living

Atria Senior Living
Friday, August 25th

It’s what we all feel instinctively – and science backs it up. A growing body of research shows that those who live in a caring, connected environment enjoy greater health and well-being than those who are isolated. At Atria, we are dedicated to creating vibrant communities where older adults realize healthier, happier, more meaningful lives – trading in loneliness for the company of neighbors, inactivity for movement, and boredom for purposeful engagement.


#WeServe: Houston Food Bank

#WeServe: Houston Food Bank

Houston Food Bank
Friday, August 4th & Saturday, August 12

The Houston Food Bank is America’s largest food bank in distribution to its network of 600 hunger relief charities in 18 southeast Texas counties. Named top charity in Texas by Charity Navigator for financial performance and accountability, the Houston Food Bank provides 79 million nutritious meals to food pantries, soup kitchens, senior centers and other agencies, feeding 800,000 people each year. Fresh produce, meat and nonperishables are distributed from the warehouse, and hot meals are prepared and distributed from the new Keegan Kitchen, a 10,000 square foot, state-of-the-art industrial kitchen. Additional community services range from nutrition education to assistance with food stamp applications and hands-on job training. Red Barrels offer a convenient way for grocery shoppers to donate nonperishables for their neighbors in need.

Did You Know…Our TCWW Food Pantry is a recipient of the Houston Food Bank.

We have 2 serving opportunities for you to choose from. For more information, click the button below.

#WeServe: Covenant House – “Sweet Dreams” Campaign

#WeServe: Covenant House – “Sweet Dreams” Campaign

Covenant House – “Sweet Dreams” Campaign
March 12th – April 2nd
All Campuses

All of God’s children should have Sweet Dreams when they sleep.  The youth of Covenant House need bed linens and pillows.  From now through Sunday, April 2, #WESERVE is asking you to donate twin size sheets, pillows and pillowcases.  Please place your donations in the Sweet Dreams containers on each campus.  Thank You!

#WeServe Blood Drive – All Campuses February 26th

#WeServe Blood Drive – All Campuses February 26th

#WeServe Blood Drive
February 26, 2017
All Campuses

The mission of Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center is to partner with the community to save and sustain lives by providing a safe supply of blood, blood components, and related services.

The Blood Center must collect about 1,000 donations every day. That is why The Blood Center encourages individuals to Commit for Life, a partnership between the community and Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center that is focused on saving lives, today and in the future.

Every donation can help save as many as three lives.

Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center will be hosting a blood drive at all three campuses.  Please click the link below to sign up: