Meals On Wheels (MOW)

SAPC “MOW” Team cooks and delivers hot noon meals to hungry seniors and home bound disabled adults in Jefferson County every Thursday. All meals are prepared and packaged in our central kitchen located at our church campus at 23rd & Gladys in Beaumont.  We currently provide 20 meals each week. Volunteers transporting meals help to stretch funds so that we continue to meet a growing need. More volunteers allow more people to have a meal who are now going hungry.  A volunteer may be the only person the home-bound talk to that day.


Do You Have……? 
  • At least one hour per month of your time
  • Vehicle with valid insurance and drivers license
  • One gallon of gas
If you answered yes, then we need you! We Will….. 
  • Provide training to include riding with you on your first day
  • Provide the meals and containers for delivery
  • Guarantee you will be the apple in a senior’s eye!!!


For more information, please contact: Judy Phillips or Luke Nichols, Mission Team, or call the church office at (409) 892-8611.




Kindness Kits

SAPC’s Kindness Kits are a simple way to provide practical help to a homeless man or woman.  The Kits are located in the church office. Stop by and pick one up today to keep in your car to distribute to anyone in need of one. 

Donations are always welcome for the following items for the Kindness Kits:
Drinks, snack crackers, canned tuna, Vienna sausage, individual hand wipes, napkins, pudding, socks, and non-perishable snacks for the bags. Feel free to bring your donated items to the church office.

And don’t forget to keep some in your car so you’re prepared to offer one to a person in need too.


Contact: Judy Phillips, Mission Team, for more information.  




Some Other Place (SOP) – Soup Kitchen

A community-based help to the hungry here in Beaumont. Volunteers are needed to cook and serve lunch at SOP on the First Wednesday of every month.  


Contact: Judy Phillips (409) 656-4951 for more information.   




Some Other Place (SOP) – October Pantry Drive

October is Pantry month at SAPC.  Every October, we collect can goods and non-perishable items to fill Some Other Place’s Pantry.  


Contact Luke Nichols or Judy Phillips, Mission Team, for more information   




Southeast Texas Food Bank

Volunteer on the 2nd Saturday of the month to pack food boxes for hungry neighbors in our community.


For more information, please contact Judy Phillips, Mission Team, or the church office at (409)892-8611.  




Angel Trees

SAPC supports Angel Tree every year, which provides Christmas assistance for disadvantaged children and senior citizens, by donating new unwrapped gifts.   


Contact: Judy Phillips, Mission Team




Habitat for Humanity

Become a Volunteer.   


Contact Luke Nichols, Mission Team Chair   




Calder Woods

Calder Woods Ministry is led by our Deacons and meet with the residents of Calder Woods, a retirement community in Beaumont for Bible study, worship, and fellowship.  


For more information, please contact: Diane Shaver, Deacon Moderator