Celebrating Chapel Hill Academy Staff



I’m so thankful I was able to take part in delivering a nice afternoon beverage to the community teachers at Chapel Hill Academy. It was a delight to see the smiles the drinks and encouraging notes brought to these amazingly hard workers. There was so much gratitude that was expressed as our church was able to bless the teachers with a kind jester. I look forward to more opportunities to shower Gods love at Chapel Hill Academy. Teachers are such an important part in our community and we should make more of an effort to thank them for all the handwork they do in the classrooms and outside as well.

- Lorrae Silbas

Student Ministry: Valentine Care Package Night

On Feb. 7th, our students packed 30 Valentine Care Packages for the residents at Bethesda Gardens Memory Care. We are committed to neighboring well in our student ministry and living for the life of the world in our corner of southwest Fort Worth. We are excited to actually meet these very residents at Bethesda Garden on Mar. 3rd for our Step Up Weekend and be their grandkids for the day. 


Women's Ministry Night of Service

January 28, 2018

Kara Holmes:

During the Women’s Ministry Night, I joined other women from Hulen Street to pack “Blessing Bags.” We laid out different supplies collected by the church and worked together to fill 50 jumbo Ziploc bags with canned goods, hygiene supplies, and other useful items. These “Blessing Bags” will be handed out to homeless women in our community by the women of Hulen Street. When we were finished, we prayed together for the women who would received these bags over the coming year. I enjoyed visiting with other women from church as we worked, and I also enjoyed my oldest daughter getting to serve with me on this night.

One:8 Weekend 2017

October 27-29, 2017

At One Eight Weekend, we explore God at work in Fort Worth and around the world.
This year, we had three ways to participate. 

Meals with a Missionary

Ryan and Susan have been serving for three years in the Middle East. Home in the USA, on furlough, they stopped by Hulen Street to share about the ways God is moving in a region where being a Christian is often a death sentence. 


Convoy of Hope

Saturday, over 40 volunteers from Hulen Street joined the Convoy of Hope Community Event here in Southwest Fort Worth where roughly 5,200 guests were provided groceries, medical and dental screenings, family portraits, haircuts, as well as many other services- all free of charge. Most importantly, the guests were given the opportunity to meet with a prayer partner who listened to the guests' stories and prayed over whatever situation they were facing. 

Courtney K., Rachel G., Stacie R., and Jon R. helped bag and pass out groceries at The Convoy of Hope Fort Worth Event.

Courtney K., Rachel G., Stacie R., and Jon R. helped bag and pass out groceries at The Convoy of Hope Fort Worth Event.

Missionary Booths

Saturday night was wrapped up with a Festival of Missionary Booths, a time for Hulen Street to highlight our missionaries from all around the globe to share stories from the countries they serve.