Loving Our Neighbors

Loving Our Neighbors is the way our church family shows God’s love in practical ways to the people closest to home. The way we love our neighbors is through simple and practical acts of service shown each week and throughout the year. The ministries at FFC are based on the example Jesus showed us in Matthew 14 as He fed the five thousand while the people desired to learn from Him. We show God’s heart for children by giving school supplies, toys, or teaching Sunday School. And we find joy in visiting those going through tough seasons in their life. And, we always want to find a way for you to join us each week at church by providing a way to pick you up every Sunday. At Faith Family Church, we do our best to share what we have so that God can multiply and meet the needs of the people in our area. Our prayer is that people see the gospel in action as we lead them to our all-knowing, powerful Savior, Jesus!

We’d love for you to join us!

Check out each project below for updates and ways you can get involved. To get information on any of these ministries, please contact Outreach Director, Stephanie Cadengo, at scadengo@myffc.com or 361-573-2484 x 12. To sign to serve, click below.

Celebrate Recovery is a national program that is committed to helping people find freedom from hurts, habits, hang-ups, and addictions through God’s redeeming power. Join us weekly on Thursdays for a delicious, free meal; a short message; and small groups to help you find victory in life.

Need a ride to church? We’ll pick you up! We are able to provide free bus transportation to our Sunday 9am service. If you live with in Victoria city limits and need a ride call the church office during weekly business hours or fill out the form at the link below.

FFC Adopt-A-Block moves beyond the four walls of the church and into our community to love others and lift burdens! We have the opportunity to meet practical needs, pray with people, and help introduce them to Jesus Christ.

The Food Pantry exists to help those who are in need of food, personal, and household items. The Pantry is open Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 12pm-3pm; Wednesday from 12pm-7pm; and before and after every Sunday service.

We’re grateful to be able to connect with those in our local jails and prisons! Our team makes regular visits to those who are incarcerated, teaching them the Word of God and helping them come to a saving knowledge of Jesus’ love for them.

Every quarter, a team partners with Christ’s Kitchen to participate in Meals with the Homeless. Here, we serve food to the less fortunate in our area and enjoy meaningful conversation as we share a meal together.