Faithworks Weekend

Faithworks Opportunities

This year will look a bit different from year’s past, but we will still be in the community serving our neighbors in and around Coppell with the love of Christ as we represent our church. There are projects available for all ages to participate in, and projects that can be done from home.

Please note: we will be following social distancing protocols and face masks will be required.

 Click here to sign up.


Fence construction in community (Contact: Ted Skiles)

Prepare notes of encouragement for First Responders (can be done at home)

Pack bags for Weekend Backpacks


Fence construction in community (Contact: Ted Skiles)

Prepare notes of encouragement for First Responders (can be done at home)

Feed the teachers at Wilson Elementary (Contact: Nancy Monroe)

Provide a meal for Austin Street Center (Contact: Fawn Marshall – prep work can be done at home)

Community Garden project (Contact: Nancy Monroe)


Fence construction in community (Contact: Ted Skiles)

Drive-by visit with our seniors (Contact: Leslie Hicks)

Coppell Nature Trail work (Contact: Leslie Hicks)

Lawn maintenance in community (Contact: Beth Kellner)


Blood drive

Bring items for CCA and Metrocrest

Bring items for Coppell Cares

Help collection donations after services

Help pick up donations from those unable to leave home

Take 15 minutes in prayer for our church and society

Blood Drive

Carter Blood Care will be here on September 27 from 8:30 am-2:30 pm.

You must pre-register in order to give blood. Sign up here.

Also, please read important information about giving blood by scanning the QR code shown.

Donation Items
  • drop off in designated bins by Rosenburg Chapel any time
  • bring to Rise Up Service on September 27
  • drop off under the porte cochere by the Sanctuary on Sunday, September 27 after services. (10:15-11:00 am or 11:45 am – 12:15 pm)
  • or contact Beth Kellner (, 972-462-0471) if you need someone to pick up your donations

Special Request for new and/or used iPad earphones for students. Typically the plug-in ones work best with the students iPads, however some have the capability to use Bluetooth if they are wireless. These will be used on older model iPads.

CCA (Christian Community Action)

small bottles of cooking oil
ramen noodle soup (very requested item)
mac and cheese
hamburger helper

Metrocrest Services

canned fruit
canned vegetables
canned chicken
canned tuna
canned tomato sauce
canned soup
dried beans
mac & cheese
peanut butter
clorox wipes
laundry soap
dish soap

Coppell Cares

Many students in the Coppell School District donʼt have the resources to bring snacks to school. Coppell Cares collects snacks for students during the school year.

Important Note: Due to continual changes in manufacturer packaging, please read the ingredient label of all snacks (including those on this list) to ensure that it does not contain any of the following: peanuts/nuts, peanut/nut butter, peanut oil, peanut/nut flour, peanut/nut meal, or any variety of the statements “contains peanuts,” “may contain traces of peanuts/nuts,” or “manufactured in a facility or on equipment that also processes peanuts (an/or other nuts).”


Fresh Fruit/Veggies
raisins, craisins, fruit snacks (Betty Crocker Brand, Target, Annieʼs Organic or Meijer Brand only) NOT KELLOGG

Pretzels, Chips, Crackers, Etc.
popchips, skinny pop popcorn, Smartfood popcorn, veggie sticks, Quaker rice snacks, Roy Gold pretzels, goldfish (pretzel kind), cheetos, pirateʼs booty, goldfish, triscuits, wheat thins, saltines, ritz crackers, Barnumʼs animal crackers, cheez-its, Annieʼs organic snacks, fritos, sun chips (original, sour cream, cheddar), tostitos

nutri-grain bars (apple, cherry, raspberry blueberry), pop tarts

Nabisco graham crackers, Nabisco honey maid graham crackers, Teddy Grahams (cinnamon, honey, chocolate, chocolatey chip, mini flavors), Chips ahoy, Oreos, Rice Crispy Treats, Vanilla wafers

Still have questions?


Beth Kellner
Associate Pastor