Serving in Our Community
King of Glory supports local ministries through benevolence and with the hands of volunteers. Our annual Impact Dallas event is the high point of community service each November.
Dallas Area Interfaith (DAI) is a multi-ethnic, multi-issue group of diverse civic institutions in the Dallas metropolitan area. The purpose of DAI is to give ordinary citizens a structure through which they can negotiate effectively with the government and private institutions that affect their lives.
Dobie is a Richardson ISD school located in the church’s neighborhood that educates 3 and 4 year old pre-schoolers. Volunteer opportunities include reading to students, helping students with lunch, working in the library, and supporting the staff by performing administrative activities and by providing encouraging support.
DME Exchange of Dallas, Inc. is a non-profit organization with a mission provide durable medical equipment to those in need in Dallas County.
Family Gateway’s downtown facility currently houses 31 families on a transitional basis, with plans to increase that to 40 families in the near future. Family Gateway also oversees a two-year sliding scale voucher program for homeless families moving into their own apartment. In-kind donations of clothing and household goods (but not food) can be delivered to the Casa View Thrift Store or the CitySquare Thrift Store. Credit vouchers for items received, are given to Family Gateway to be used by its clients when they shop at the thrift stores.
Through affordable homeownership opportunities, financial education, advocacy efforts, and neighborhood empowerment programs, Dallas Habitat transforms families, revitalizes neighborhoods, and is working together to build a better Dallas.
The Mount Olive Pantry is available to help our community members who are in need of assistance.
Network responds to human need by giving assistance with the goal of helping individuals achieve long-term independence, its mission is “caring, coaching and empowering neighbors in need as they seek an improved quality of life.”
North Dallas Shared Ministries is a cooperative effort of 52 congregations that combine resources to efficiently deliver effective and appropriate assistance to Dallas’ poorest individuals and families.
To transform the crime and drug infested neighborhoods of South Dallas-Fair Park through the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Outcry In The Barrio returns former addicts to their neighborhoods to help others.
The Park South Family YMCA is about people of all ages, races, religions, and incomes. We exemplify our mission "to put Christian values into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all".
Rebels With A Cause
Rebels with a Cause is a movement of people who are engaged in addressing issues of injustice through education, service and advocacy. Rebels with a Cause envisions KOG as a vehicle to promote awareness of issues of injustice and offer opportunities for people to move into action.
RST Dallas offers resettlement services to incoming refugees, helping them integrate into the workplace and culture of the U.S., with the ultimate goal of achieving self-sufficiency.
The Storehouse serves the needy in Collin County by providing food to over 1,000 families each month, distributing over 4,000 new and gently clothing items each month, and providing a grace-filled program of mentorship, training, education, and hope to women who are in the negative cycles of poverty and dependence. Additionally, The Storehouse provides books to children and access to hygiene items.
The Storehouse is located on the grounds of St. Andrew United Methodist Church at 1401Mira Vista Boulevard, Plano, Texas.
Building wheelchair ramps for disabled or elderly people who can’t afford to buy one.
Delivering hot, nutritious meals to homebound, hungry seniors.