Service To Others

Arlington Life Shelter

The Arlington Life Shelter provides short-term shelter and support services that help single and multi-parent families and individuals who are homeless integrate into society and become contributors to a thriving community. Once per month, various groups from our congregation cook and then serve dinner to the patrons at the shelter.

For more information about how you can help the shelter, please email us at tracieh@stp2.org.

 

Global Outreach

In addition to local missions, STP2 also supports ongoing international missions in Malawi, Mexico and New Zealand.

For more information, please email us at tracieh@stp2.org.

 

Neighborhood Outreach

 

Green Oaks Home Bible Study

Bible study & music

3:00 PM Saturdays (Except the 3rd Saturday)

Contact: 
James or Kathryn Culp - kathrynculp@gmail.com

 

Green Oaks Home Bingo

Play bingo, spend time and make new friends

10:00 Saturday Mornings

Contact: 
Stephanie Barnes - peppereye@yahoo.com

 

Mission Arlington

Community service opportunities as an individual, family or large group.

Contact: 
Go to http://missionarlington.org and click on "Join In" tab at the top, or get a flyer from Mission and Outreach.

 

Mobile Food Pantry

Distribute fresh and frozen food to those who are in need. Volunteer opportunities are available at St Andrews UMC, 2045 Green Oaks Blvd, Arlington.

2nd Saturday of each month, 8:30 - 11:00

Sign up @ SignUpGenius

Contact: 
Cheryl Rives - cherylrives@hotmail.com

 

Open Arms Clinic

Faith based, nonprofit clinic offers free healthcare for uninsured & underinsured patients. Volunteers of all types needed.

3313 Little Rd, Arlington, 817-496-1919

www.openarmshealthclinic.org/volunteers

For more information, please email us at tracieh@stp2.org.

 

Spanish Trail Apartments Thanksgiving Dinner

Assist in providing dinner to Spanish Trail Apartment residents early in the week of Thanksgiving.

Contact: 
April Overfelt - aprilandtony@yahoo.com

 

Union Gospel Mission

Worship music and Alpha Course given to residents on Thursday evenings.

Contact: 
Mary Reimschussel - msdrapes4u@msn.com

 

Parish Nurse Program

Faith community nurses (Parirish Nurses) are licensed, registered nurses who practice holistic health using traditional nursing methods combined with spiritual care.  They function as part of the pastoral care team.

The Parish Nurse Program is governed by the following:

  • Nurse Practice Act of the State of Texas
  • Nursing:  Scope and Standards of Practice
  • Faith Community Nursing: Scope & Standards
  • Code of Ethics with Interpretive Statements (for nurses) 

The following are reference sites for patient education (videos), a Medical Power of Attorney and for Do Not Resuscitate documents:

 

For more information, please email us at tracieh@stp2.org.