CCSC Back to School

The Christian Community Center’s CCSC Back to School program helps provide brand new, grade-specific school supplies and clothing vouchers for students in pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade.  In 2020 the program will be serving 6,500 underserved, low-income students in its 33 zip code service area, including some of Houston’s most high poverty communities. The program’s goal is to send students back to school with the tools they need to succeed academically, thus reducing the negative effects of growing up in poverty.  Every child deserves the best possible opportunity to learn. Thank you for your support!

Drive-Thru Food Drive for CCSC

We continue to help Christian Community Service Center (CCSC) keep full shelves!  You can pull up to the Main Entrance porte-cochere on the south side of the St. Luke’s campus ( 3471 Westheimer Rd.)  No need to get out of your car! Volunteers will collect all donations for you.

Most needed food pantry items: Canned fruit (all types), Boxed dry cereal, Dry beans (1-or-2-pound bags) and Hearty soups

Other requested items: Canned tuna or chicken, Canned vegetables (all types), Peanut Butter, Dry rice, Toilet paper, Bar soap, Cleaning wipes, Dry pasta/mac and cheese and Cloth or disposable face coverings

Volunteers needed to collect food donations from the cars of donors and load them into the CCSC Truck. Shifts are 8:30–10:30 a.m. and 10:30–12:30 p.m.  Gloves and hand sanitizer are provided. Register here.

Giving to St. Luke’s Emergency Fund

Are you are moved to make a donation, above and beyond your regular giving? You can help those in the Gethsemane neighborhood with immediate needs by giving to the Emergency Fund.

Family Meal

St. Luke’s is feeding 90+ young people from our reVision ministry each day. Meals are prepared in the St. Luke’s Westheimer campus kitchen and transferred to the reVision staff for delivery to the students. This allows reVision to see and check in on the students every day while providing a much-needed hot meal. We hope to begin bringing students into the kitchen with Adam to help continue developing the workforce development program using the St. Luke’s kitchen as our hub. This program will use the kitchen as a vehicle to teach a wide range of employability skills.

Serve 75 Book

Take a look through our Serve75 book for more ideas of what you can do from home!  You will also find an extensive list of partner and neighbor organizations in Houston that will surely need help in the coming weeks.