A FBC outreach ministry to students in a local elementary school. Each year FBC members have given faithfully to more than 150 economically disadvantaged students who are affiliated with a local elementary school. These gifts are not just a blessing, but they are an expression of God’s ultimate gift of His son for the world. Volunteers are needed each year to sort the gifts, serve at the Angel Tree party, and to help with distribution. 
What will people be doing? Gift giving; Outreach; Community service  
Contact:  Allison Stokes | araestokes@hotmail.com  &  Lori Coward I lori@cowardcommunications.com 
A Christian organization that is equipping men and women for life and vocation. Where and how do people learn behaviors, attitudes, and mind-sets required for successful employment? Thousands of adults in Kendall and the surrounding counties are under equipped to see a living wage and support their family. Technology is changing so rapidly that they feel left behind int he job market. Christian Job Corps of Kendall County exists to equip, encourage, and empower adults with job skills for life. Computer training and a biblically-based curriculum are essential parts of our programs. At CJC, adults receive a second chance and find hope, encouragement, and confidence to seek a vocation that matches their potential. The programs for women and men help them harness their talents and set up plans to achieve their goals. They are prepared and strengthened to meet life’s challenges in the workplace and in daily life. Programs are three-months long and are FREE to those enrolled. We seek Christian volunteers to teach, train, mentor, or provide a meal for our students. Please join us for our Christ-focused mission.
What will people be doing? Job Training, Discipleship, Relational Skills  
Contact:  Lynn Heckler | email@cjcboerne.org
A Christian outreach to local dental and medical students at UTHSC. FBC supports the local UTHSC missionaries monthly and provides two lunches a year to dental and medical students attending the Christian Medical Dental Association lunches. These lunches are a great opportunity to serve and encourage these students and for a guest speaker to share an encouraging word. 
What will people be doing? Outreach; Encouragement; Service
Contact: Diane Fischer | roydiane@gvtc.com 
A faith-based transition home for women at risk. Grace House is a faith-based ministry focused on training and supporting women at risk who desire assistance in overcoming addictive and destructive lifestyles, and becoming productive citizens. We provide a protected environment both physically and spiritually so that women may grow and mature in their faith and be transformed by the power of God. There are opportunities for FBC members to serve as mentors, Bible study leaders, mission trip sponsors, transportation, and mission trip sponsorship.
What will people be doing? At-risk housing and care; Life skills; Discipleship
Contact: Billy & Jacqueline Thornton | jacquejoyful@yahoo.com
A community of FBC Mentors and the materially poor being transformed by Christ’s love as they walk together. Working in partnership with Hill Country Daily Bread Ministries, Hands in Service volunteers from our church, called Family Mentors, deliver food boxes twice a month to the homes of families and individuals who have reached out to Hill Country Daily Bread for help. Over time, Mentors and families in need develop trusting relationships where both experience transformation through Christ. Those relationships create the opportunities to introduce a family to Jesus Christ, perhaps for the first time. There are families currently on a waiting list for a mentor. More FBC mentors are needed. mentors are needed.
What will people be doing? Family mentoring; Poverty alleviation; Discipleship
Contact: Trig Rohrbach | trigrohrbach@gmail.com
A Christian organization empowering individuals to make Christ-centered choices regarding pregnancy and sexuality. Every day at the Hill Country Pregnancy Care Center, we receive calls from women who are experiencing an unplanned pregnancy, seeking an abortion, or struggling to deal with a past abortion decision. They feel scared, angry or isolated, but HCPCC provides assistance so they don’t have to face the unexpected alone. When making a decision that ultimately affects the rest of their lives, women need to be educated about their options to make an informed choice. HCPCC offers Christ-centered hope and help to hundreds of men and women every year. FBC can help these men and women through serving as a lay counselor, resourcing the Nanny’s closet, mentorship for men and women, prayer, lead bible studies, helping with baby bottle boomerang fundraiser, and office assistance.
What will people be doing? Empowerment; Discipleship; Health
Contact: Joy Stewart | jlstewart88@gvtc.com
An FBC mission church that reaches the Spanish speaking people of Boerne.This FBC mission church located in Walnut Hills reaches out to the Spanish speaking people of Boerne. Pastor Salvador Martinez and his wife Milli lead this vibrant ministry and have helped to bridge the gap between the English and Spanish-speaking communities. Salvador and Milli have a heart for families to grow together in the Lord, and are weekly visiting people in their homes and bringing children to church so that they can know the Lord. FBC members are welcome to attend the service and to help serve alongside the church.
What will people be doing? Evangelism; Discipleship; Outreach
Contact: Tracey Kinchen | tfkinchen@yahoo.com
A Baptist church ministering to the Spanish speaking population of Comfort. Located in the heart of Comfort, this partner church of FBC is led by Pastor Alonso Ramirez. Pastor Alonso helps reach the Spanish speaking people of Comfort and enjoys a great relationship with FBC Boerne. Alonso has a vision for the Spanish speaking men and youth of Comfort. In addition to his full time job, he holds a weekly prayer and worship service, while continually shepherding the congregation. There are opportunities and needs for small groups to help serve in maintaining the church and in outreach. 
What will people be doing? Evangelism; Discipleship; Outreach
Contact: Glynna Reser | glynna@gvtc.com 
A FBC partner missionary leading a student mission movement at Sam Houston University.
Hannah grew up in student ministry at FBC and then went to university at Sam Houston in Huntsville. During her time there the Lord radically impacted her life through Chi Alpha Campus Ministries and commissioned her for full-time service to advance His Kingdom on the secular campus. Chi Alpha believes that the university campus is the most strategic mission field in the world because graduates will be the future leaders of our governments, businesses, and churches. Hannah and her husband Matt devote every day to reach this new generation of world changers and work to impact them with the Gospel of Christ through small group discipleship. Chi Alpha seeks to reconcile students to Christ, transforming the university, the marketplace and the world. The Powell’s are also devoted to empowering students to serve in a missional capacity, to fulfill the Great Commission and Jesus glorified globally. This work could not be done without the generous and faithful support of FBC. Due to FBC’s INVESTMENT into the next generation, hundreds of students who got saved at Sam Houston will be together with Christ for all eternity.
What will people be doing? Evangelism; Discipleship; Mission
Contact: Sherri Layton | slayton@gvtc.com
An FBC outreach ministry to at risk youth in Boerne. 
Our purpose is to bring the love and hope of Jesus Christ to children living at the Meadowland center who have been neglected, traumatized, rejected and hurt by the adults in their lives. Based on the parable Jesus taught about the Good Samaritan, our church body needs to stop and help these helpless kids that have been left on the side of the road. We are commanded to help the orphans, and these are ‘orphans’ in our community. There are opportunities for you to serve in weekly Bible studies, basketball, tutoring, large group gatherings, and seasonal events. 
What will people be doing?Discipleship; Presence; Orphan care
Contact:Lea Freemyer | leafree@gvtc.com 
Website: www.rmya.org
A Christian ministry bringing people and businesses together to better serve God and spread the ‘good news’ among the inner city of San Antonio. Moment of Truth Ministries (MTM) is a faith-based ministry bringing people and businesses together to better serve God and spread the ‘good news’. We do this through our Kingdom Works stores, transitional homes, community center, and outreach events. We work closely with God’s House church on the east side of San Antonio near the Alamodome. This is an opportunity for FBC members to walk side by side with Christians on the east side, sharing the love of Christ to our neighbors in San Antonio.
What will people be doing? Community development; Transitional housing; Evangelism;Discipleship
Contact: Bill Morgan | bmorgan@motmsatx.org
 An FBC ministry serving together in quilting to share the love of Christ. As Christian Women we look for and create opportunities to use our skills and sewing experiences to teach others how to sew and serve the Lord with their talents. We have a heart for Israel and our quilts are showing God’s love to the Jews. We come together in an atmosphere of Sisterhood to support and encourage one another in God’s plan. We welcome new and learning quilters.
What will people be doing? Quilting; Outreach; Service; Community 
Contact: Sue Flick | sue.flick42@gmail.com   


An FBC outreach ministry to the special needs community. Did you know that 80-90% of marriages with a special needs child ends up in divorce? Few families with children of special needs feel comfortable to attend a weekly church service. FBC desires to be a place where families with those of special needs feel welcomed. FBC offers a special needs Sunday school, a weekly hand bell choir, and a quarterly parent’s night out. FBC needs your help with this ministry. Quarterly volunteers are much needed to continue this ministry. 
What will people be doing? Special needs care; Discipleship; Service
Contact: Vanessa Ploetz | vploetz@gvtc.com
A Christian sports camp serving people of all socio-economic backgrounds. Still Water Christian Ministries shares the life-changing truth of Jesus Christ through evangelistic and discipleship-focused initiatives. SWCM serves people of all socio-economic backgrounds with a heart for the “lost” and “least of these”. Through our partnership with the local Body of Christ, we seek to provide prayer, volunteer, and partnership incentives to reach the un-reached people groups as local missionaries in Texas. SWCM exists to bring Living Water into the lives of those our Lord connects us with. 
What will people be doing? Sports camp; Discipleship; Evangelism
Contact: Kenny Myers | kennymyers50@yahoo.com
A weekly ministry to the homeless and forgotten people of San Antonio. 
Taking it to the Streets believes that when Jesus said in Matthew 25:40, “Whatever you do for the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you do for me”, He wasn’t joking around. We believe that we love Jesus best when we are loving the “least of these” {the broken, the hurting, the impoverished, the hungry, the homeless}. We not only exist to satisfy immediate needs, we also exist to help reconcile relationships. We believe that all of us are broken and need a Savior. Weekly we meet in downtown San Antonio for a large group gathering and a meal. Each week we need volunteers to help prepare and serve meals. We offer more than just a warm meal. We offer friendship, community, and most importantly, Christ. We believe through these loving relationships, we help restore dignity and purpose and, in turn, transform lives.
What will people be doing? Community; Evangelism; Dignity
Contact: Kenny Sides | frontrunnerac@icloud.com
A ministry serving local foster families in the Boerne area. We provide resources to local foster families who bravely open their homes by providing a safe and caring environment for children who desperately need it. Families are often given only a few hours’ notice to prepare for their placement. Vault desires to rally alongside these families and we would love for you to join us! We lend essential items, provide a community, and equip local foster families with information and resources that they may need.
What will people be doing? Community; Support; Fostering
Contact: Rachel Russo | rrusso@fbcboerne.org 
A group of women committed to prayer and advocacy of mission at FBC Boerne. The FBC WMU group provides women ages 18 and older an opportunity for ongoing education and involvement through a group that focuses on Bible study, prayer, ministry and/or general missions. They meet twice a month to encourage one another and pray for missions around the world. They also help promote and encourage giving to missions through the three Southern Baptist Offerings: Mary Hill Davis Offering, Annie Armstrong Offering, and Lottie Moon Offering.
What will people be doing? Prayer; Missions; Support
Contact: Martha Glick | 830-249-3935
A Christian ministry introducing Boerne teens, including middle school, high school students, and teen moms, to Jesus Christ. 
Young Life is an international organization that has been reaching out to adolescents since 1941. Boerne YL has been active in the community over 20 years. The Boerne club currently meets at the HUB on Monday Nights. What is it about Young Life club that makes it the best night of the week for Boerne kids every week? It’s controlled chaos that’s almost impossible to describe, but kids know it when they see it. And before the party ends, we share a simple message about God’s love for them. Young Life also reaches students through their middle school program, special needs program, and teen moms by attending summer camps.
What will people be doing? 
Evangelism; Discipleship; Students
Contact: Dan Benac | dbenac@bakerrisk.com
A partnership of Baptist churches supporting the development and growth of the gospel locally and around the world. FBC is a Baptist church and continues to support the work of Baptist associations in our network. These associations include Alto Frio Baptist Camp, Hill Country Baptist Association, the Baptist Cooperative Program, North American Mission Board, and International Mission Board. Funds sent to these association help provide the resources needed for summer camps, church planting around Texas, administration costs, and national and international mission support.
What will people be doing? Evangelism; Discipleship; Church planting
Contact: Dan Benac | dbenac@bakerrisk.com