SAPC has a tradition of generously sharing our gifts, talents, time, and financial resources to promote the mission of our church.  Many individuals in our congregation actively participate in the outreach of 41 local benevolences supported by SAPC.


“Share with God’s people who are in need. Practice hospitality.” Romans 12:13


We support these missions/ministries with our benevolent monies.

(click on an agency listed below to view their website):





Some Other Place

Some Other Place is an ecumenical mission for an urban ministry. It is a place where people of all faiths come together to provide services of all types to people who find themselves in emergency situations.  


For more information:

1195 McFaddin
Beaumont (409) 832-7976
Opens at 9:00am (Mon-Fri)  




Anne Vaxler Center

Better known as the “Soup Kitchen,” which provides a hot meal to those in the local community who need this service. A group goes and serves there on the first Wednesday of the month.


For more information:
1155 McFaddin
Beaumont (409) 832-4088
11:30 am – 12:30 pm (Tues-Fri)
10:30 am (Sat) and 9:30 am (Sun)




Southeast Texas Food Bank

SETX Food Bank serves the counties of Jefferson, Orange, Hardin, Jasper, Newton, Polk, Sabine, and Tyler. They distribute to approximately 130 nonprofit agencies within these eight counties. Their partnering agencies prepare food providing approximately 90,000 meals to people in need each month. A group goes there on the 2nd Saturday morning of each month. 


For more information:  

3845 S ML King Jr. Pkwy
Beaumont (409) 839-8777
8:30 am – 4:00pm (Mon.-Thurs.)
8:30am – 12:00pm (Fridays)




Henry’s Place

Henry’s Place is Some Other Place’s day center for the homeless.  The mission of Henry’s Place is to give the homeless a brief respite from the streets.  Over 3,000 unduplicated homeless individuals make over 11,000 visits to Henry’s Place each year.  Services available at Henry’s Place include:  breakfast, showers, laundry services, and access to an address and telephone.  Additional services are available depending on the particular need of the homeless individual. 


For more information:
1107 McFaddin
Beaumont (409) 832-4088
8:30 am – 11:30 am (Mon-Thurs)  




Anayat House

Anayat House, Inc. is a non-profit organization providing overnight accommodations for family members of patients at local Beaumont, Texas, hospitals; especially those patients in intensive care units, parents with newborns in the neonatal intensive care unit, and individuals with out-patient service needs.  


For more information:  

1025 N. 14th St.
Beaumont (409) 833-0649
8:30am-4:30pm (Mon.-Friday)




Family Services

Family Services of SETX mission is to strengthen and empower families, individuals and communities through accessible counseling services, shelter services, education and advocacy.


For more information:
990 IH 10 North, #140
Beaumont (409) 833-2668
8:30 am – 7:00 pm (Mon-Thurs)
8:30 am – 12 Noon (Fri)




Women & Children’s Center

They provide confidential support services and information for domestic violence survivors and their friends and family through our 24-Hour Hotline.  If you call the hotline, the services you can expect are:

  • Intake services for our safe house protection and information about supportive services such as counseling.
  • Information and referrals for survivors and their concerned friends and family members.
  • Immediate assistance in English and Spanish (Other languages and the hearing impaired are accommodated through a language line.).
  • Emergency transportation for domestic violence survivors to achieve personal safety.


For more information:
3550 Fannin St.
Beaumont (409) 832-7575 or (800) 821-8882  




The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army is an international 501(c-3) Christian nonprofit organization with a mission to serve those less fortunate and holds a strong commitment to our communities.  Among the programs and services they provide are:
· Disaster Relief                 · Emergency Response         · Youth Programs
· Senior Programs            · Rehabilitation                        · Counseling
· Financial Assistance      · Christmas Assistance          · Housing


For more information: 
The Salvation Army
2350 IH 10 East
Beaumont (409) 896-2361


The Salvation Army Thrift Store
4295 College Street
Beaumont (409) 839-4771
10:00 am – 5:00 pm (Tues-Sat)