ACO is the only human services agency serving Allen, Lucas, and Fairview. We have supported ACO for many years, both financially and with our service.
Provides Scripture around the world, in a host of different languages, to share the Word of God with others. Learn more about their scripture ministry by watching this video. Help support the Gideon’s by purchasing greeting cards, which are available at our church. To learn more about the Gideon’s Greeting Card program, click HERE.
FUMC Allen supports the North Collin County Habitat for Humanity, a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian housing ministry, seeking to eliminate poverty housing and homelessness from the world and to make decent shelter a matter of conscience and action, with funding and volunteers for annual builds in Collin County.
Sponsored by the Legal Services of Northwest Texas, the Legal Aid program provides pro-bono services with civil cases for qualified applicants on the second Thursday of each month. The Legal Aid mission is an amazing avenue for people in our community to find help and even comfort in God’s house where lawyers and paralegals use their gifts to offer legal advice and assistance. To learn more about FUMC Allen’s role with Legal Aid and how you or your small group can help, call Kim Klieger, 972.679.7768.
A volunteer organization that provides medical care, food, construction, and education in the Colonias of Matamoros, Mexico.
Kairos Outside supports female members of families who have or have had loved ones incarcerated in county, state or federal correctional facilities, as well as county jails and youth offender programs. These women often “do time” right along with their incarcerated relatives/friends. It is important for them to know that they are not alone and that there is a Christian Community that cares about them.
A day camp program hosted at 14 inner city churches in the Dallas area. Children who take part in this program often come from broken, low income families who would be at home by themselves or with siblings, eating whatever they can find, which is often not much. At the day camp, children experience the love of God through the interns and volunteers, doing crafts, reading one-on-one, bible stories, play time learning different sports/games as well as getting a nutritious balanced breakfast, lunch and snacks.
FUMC Allen is the charter organization for Boy Scout Troop 306, which meets on Mondays at 7:00pm in Fellowship Hall, and Boy Scout Troop 328, which meets on Tuesdays at 7:30pm in Fellowship Hall. More than a dozen cub scout dens meet in the church building each week.
Girl Scouts is an integral part of the ministry at FUMC Allen with more than a dozen troops meeting in the building each month.
This mission effort was founded by church member, Dr. Tom Brian, to serve the people of the Moskito Coast of Honduras.