“We Love Our City” is not an event at Beltway. It is a culture. A heartbeat. We want to be a people who show love to our city in the most tangible ways.
Join us March 20-27 as we love our city through a variety of opportunities and outreaches.
Ways you can help:
Many have asked where to go in order to give financially to the shelter and relief efforts. Please see steps below on how to donate online. All proceeds will go toward food and supplies needed to help serve those who have been affected by power/water outages. Thank you in advance for your donations. Your generosity changes lives!
We are in the process of replenishing our Beltway Food Pantry as we continue to serve and bless our neighbors. Please visit beltway.org/foodpantry for a full list of items.
On February 7, a large fire raged through the Briarwood Apartments here in Abilene, displacing 84 people from their homes. As you can imagine, these families are in dire need of our help. As the Church, we view these tragedies with a heavy heart, never wanting to see people hurt. And yet we also see this as an opportunity to show the love of Christ to those in greatest need. We want to continue to show our city that we love them. We’ve been blessed, so let’s be a blessing!
Beltway’s Boots on the Ground Ministry is partnering with Red Cross to provide twin beds and dresser drawers to those affected by the fire. We need bedding for these twin beds. Please drop off all items to the Boots on the Ground trailer in the back South parking lot at our South Campus location.
To help with the relief effort financially, please make checks payable to Beltway Park Church and mail directly to our main office at 4009 Beltway S., Abilene, TX 79606. Please write Briarwood Fire in the memo line. We will use the funds to provide twin beds and other needs directly and through the Christian Service Center of Abilene.
The Christian Service Center is receiving these items.