Mission: Possible! Austin believes that a healthy community provides relationships, safety and the opportunity to thrive. Community Outreach exists to enable believers to build relationships with people in the East Austin community.
By developing these relationships we can better understand the community’s needs, both as individuals and as a whole. Community Bible Studies on Wednesdays, daily openings the Community Center and consistent outreach at our strategic 12th and Chicon location all enable us to not only serve the community, but also become a part of it. In addition, our B.A.G.S. program provides monthly grocery aid to those in the community who are home-bound, or just need a little extra help. Our ultimate goal is to connect with and equip the members of this community, that they might help to transform it for the good of the Kingdom.
Community Outreach Programs
Enabling individuals to meet the people of East Austin.
Participants stay at the Mission: Possible! Austin for an entire weekend and partner with the staff to serve those in Urban Austin. This includes opportunities to serve in the Mission: Possible! Community Center, work with children in the Child & Family Ministry Programs, and serve through our C.P.A. and B.A.G.S. programs. Participants will also visit one of the local churches in the East Austin community and attend Church Under the Bridge.
Urban Submersion allows individuals in the Body of Christ to connect with people they might never come in contact with otherwise. This is an incredible way to learn more about Mission: Possible! Austin and its programs. It’s a great time of service and fellowship, and a blessing to many!
For more information, or to sign up please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Monthly grocery assistance to the elderly and homebound
Volunteers are provided with a box of supplemental groceries to deliver to the homes of the elderly and shut-in population that we have taken into the program. Volunteers deliver to homes, developing relationships with the individuals and spending time talking with them, praying for them, and determining any additional needs they may have.