Outreach

Outreach to our local and global communities is at the heart of what we do and who we are at SUMC. Whether through ongoing projects supported by weekly efforts or through once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to step out of our comfort zones and be the hands and feet of Christ, we think outreach is a vital sign of following Jesus.


There are so many ways you can take a risk with us and see your own life transformed through caring for the least of these in our village and our world. Scroll down to see how you can make a difference today. If you have questions about how to help, contact our Outreach Director, Rolly Correa at rcorrea@saladoumc.org.

Ongoing Projects

Family Promise

We host homeless families from Bell County for dinner, a place to sleep, and transportation to a local facility the following morning.


Texas Ramp Project

Each Wednesday evening at 6 pm, several of us meet to help construct wheelchair ramps to be installed at the homes of those in need throughout our state.


Food Pantry

Donations of dry and canned foods can be made in the atrium as you walk into the Worship Center. From 1-3 pm on the third Wednesday of each month, we help stock the pantry as well.


Coats for Kids

Help us see that children in our community who need warm coats have access to them by donating to this vital project. Although coats are purchased during the fall, donations may be made at any time.

Mission Trips

Kenya, Africa

Each summer, we take a team of people to Kenya in support of our ongoing efforts to improve educational and medical assistance in the area. As a missionary, you will be focusing on the AIDS Orphans program, new school adoption, and building a new church for the United Methodist Kaaga Synod in Meru, Kenya.  For more information, or to sign-up to go with the next trip, email Rolly Correa or Andrea Heater, or call (254) 947-5482.


Sager Brown - November 26 - December 1, 2017

Each fall, we take a team of people to Baldwin, Louisiana to help process and pack some of the incredible numbers of supplies distributed by the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) to areas hit by disaster.   The team will depart on Sunday, November 26, 2017 and return on Friday, December 1, 2017.  The trip will be $150 and includes dormitory housing, meals, and transportation for the week. There are only six places available.  Sign-up by August 20, 2017 by contacting Andrea Heater or Rolly Correa, or call (254) 947-5482.


Belize

Each spring and fall, we take a team of people to Belize in support of our ongoing efforts to improve educational and medical assistance in the area.