Mission & Vision
As an interdenominational ministry, Helping Hands Ministry exists to share Christ with those who are hurting and in need in the community. Helping Hands Ministry is open to serve every low-income family who lives within the Belton ISD limits. The BISD boundary limits encompass 45,000+ people living in Belton, Moffat, Morgans Point, Nolanville, Salado and Temple.
Helping Hands Ministry is open to serve the community from 10am – 4pm on Mondays and Tuesdays and from 12pm – 6pm on Thursdays. HH accepts food, clothing and small household donations from 8:00am until closing only during our days of operation. Helping Hands Ministry does not accept couches, TVs or furniture.
Helping Hands Ministry of Belton seeks to share the Gospel of Christ Jesus by providing relief and resources to every family in need in the community.
Helping Hands Ministry of Belton is a faith-based non-profit organization that exists to meet the needs of low-income families in the Belton Independent School District in order to share the love and Gospel of Jesus. Helping Hands Ministry does this by providing nutritional food, clothing, small household goods, school supplies, financial assistance, spiritual counsel and support, education classes and referrals to partnering organizations. Seeking the highest standards of Christian integrity, with compassion and grace, Helping Hands Ministry treats clients with respect, seeking to be the very presence of Christ to all who enter its doors.
STATEMENTS OF FAITH
There is one God, forever existing in three persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
Jesus was fully human and fully God, born of a virgin, without sin, resurrected from death and is with The Father. He will return in glory at the end of this age.
Faith in Jesus, as the Savior of humanity, is the only means of salvation.
The Holy Spirit wholly changes all who repent of sin and follow Jesus, making them forever new in Christ through sanctification.
Jesus is the head of the Church, which is made of all of His disciples (with no regard to status, race, age, or ethnicity.)
The Church is connected in and through Christ and is to work together to adore Him and share His truth and love.