In the Community

Volunteer Opportunities

Austin Street Shelter

Provide breakfast for our
homeless neighbors on Saturdays, donate items, and find seasonal opportunities to serve.


Christian Community Action (CCA)

Serve at the food pantry, donate food, or find special opportunities to serve during the holidays.


Coppell Cares

Help those in our community
with financial needs on the
School Team, Community Team,
or the Resource Team.

Sack Summer Hunger

Partner with Coppell ISD to feed the kids through the summer.

Click here to sign up.


Come and learn how to sew and create gifts for various needs in our community, then bless and deliver.

Metrocrest Social Services

Provide food to kids in the summer, help with transportation needs of the local elderly, or volunteer in the food pantry.

Weekend Backpack Program

Fight food insecurity for kids in Coppell by donating a backpack full of food as well as holiday food baskets seasonally during the school year.


Project Transformation

Serve underserved kids in local communities by providing meals and reading one-on-one.

2021 Dates:
June 21-24 and June 28-July 1
Click here to sign up. Use code “Coppell”.




Carter BloodCare

Give the gift of life to others in our community by donating blood at First Coppell a few times a year.

Donation Opportunities

There are many opportunities to give by donations year round. Visit the Missions corner in Wesley Hall to drop off donations!

Austin Street Center

Austin Street Center provides safe shelter & meets the basic needs of the most vulnerable homeless.

Most-needed items:

  • Gently used jeans
  • T-shirts
  • Sweatshirts
  • New men’s and women’s underwear
  • Bath towels
  • New or gently used sheets
  • Blankets 

Coppell Cares Snacks for Students

Many students in the Coppell School District don’t have the resources to bring snacks to school. Coppell Cares collects snacks for students during the school year.

Note: Due to food allergies, this group has very specific requirements.

    CCA Food Pantry Let’s Bag Hunger

    Food pantries like CCA rely on the donations they receive from churches to help keep their shelves stocked.
    Bags with a list of needed items are available on Sundays in Wesley Hall, Wilkinson Hall, and worship exits. Simply take a bag, fill it up, and return to the bin in Wesley Hall.


      Get in touch

      General Inquiries / CCA
      Leslie Hicks
      Chair of Missions

      Austin Street Center
      Fawn Marshall

      Project Transformation
      Julia Moomau

      Metrocrest Social Services
      Sally McCurdy