The single biggest obstacle to the church’s mission and vision of peace with justice is the fact of the segregation of the poor / the oppressed / the exploited / the neglected / the stranger from the comfortable / the secure / the satisfied. — Jack Jezreel

We believe how we treat the hungry, the thirsty, the naked, the stranger, the sick, and the prisoner is how we treat Christ himself. “Truly I tell you, just as you did it to one of the least of these who are members of my family, you did it to me” (Matthew 25:40). God calls us to protect and [help] those who are poor and vulnerable, and our treatment of people who are “oppressed,” “strangers,” “outsiders,” or otherwise considered “marginal” is a test of our relationship to God, who made us all equal in divine dignity and love. - Richard Rohr

Our proclamation of the lordship of Jesus Christ is at stake in our solidarity with the most vulnerable. If our gospel is not “good news to the poor,” it is not the gospel of Jesus Christ (Luke 4:18). - Richard Rohr

Mission: Inspire compassionate service to meet the physical and spiritual needs of our community through cooperative, healthy partnerships.

Vision: Build a stronger community in Forney through charitable acts of kindness.

Non-profit and enabling healthy cooperation
For too long, organizations in Forney have acted independently in trying to meet the needs of this community. This has created a huge amount of redundancy in costs and administrative time and effort.

Some organizations have time or personnel, but limited financial capabilities. Others have the financial wherewithal, but lack time or personnel. Some have it all! But, if we work together, cooperate and participate together, it is a win-win for everyone…especially those who need our help.

FCM seeks to enable volunteers, donors and ministries to connect to each other, and to coordinate their efforts to build meaningful and impactful relationships with those who need our help, to the benefit of everyone involved.

The FCM financial records are available for review. Funding for FCM overhead is managed through donations from its Board of Directors. It is run by that board, with representation options available for each partnering organization.

Let's work together to meet the needs of our community… openly, honestly and effectively!

CoronaVirus Relief - We are working closely with our partner Forney ISD to meet the needs in the Forney community. Please donate to our COVID-19 Relief Fund by clicking the Donate button on this site. This fund will help the FISD children with food and school supplies, and also our Forney seniors who are most at risk and cannot and should not get to the store. Again, ALL funds donated are used directly for the people who need the help!

Please consider donating to the Cornovirus Relief Fund by clicking the Donate button and selecting that from the list. This fund will help the FISD children with food and school supplies. Again, ALL funds donated go to the people who need the help!

Thanks to your donations:

  • School supplies and hygiene products are continually being purchased and handed out freely at the Forney ISD Resource Hubs every Friday morning.
  • FCM is purchasing groceries from Brookshire's every Friday since April 7th and making deliveries to seniors in the Forney area. Starting with 7, the number of deliveries is now more than 15 per week, at an average cost of $30 per person… and we expect this program to continue to grow rapidly as word gets out. THANK YOU for your help and support!

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Interesting article for those who want to help, but don't know how: https://nationswell.com/homeless-america-5-things-to-say/

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All funds received by Forney Community Ministries go directly to their designated purpose, and are fully tax deductible.


Please contact us via email or voicemail at 469-389-2520
Address: PO Box 61, Forney, TX 75126
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