What is Service Sunday?

Service Sunday is a monthly ministry started by the Episcopal Youth Community in July 2014 to feed the homeless served by Union Gospel Mission of Tarrant County. This fun and energetic ministry welcomes all to be involved.

When is Service Sunday?

We meet at noon the second Sunday of every month to make lunches for the homeless. There are jobs for everyone, young and old. It feels so great to help those in need and answer Jesus’ call to be servant leaders:

“For I was hungry, and you fed me. I was thirsty, and you gave me a drink. I was a stranger, and you invited me into your home.” Matthew 25:35

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Looking for Drivers

Want to help bring the lunches to Union Gospel Mission? We are always looking for those willing to take the lunches down to the folks at Union Gospel Mission. Union Gospel Mission is located at 1321 E Lancaster Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76102.

Directions & Map

Contact corrie.cabes@stmartininthefields.org if you are able to help out.


In October 2014 we started using sunflower seed butter instead of peanut butter to make our “pbj’s.” We want to make sure that anyone served at Union Gospel Mission can enjoy a sandwich, even with a peanut or tree nut allergy. We also want to keep any volunteer and all those with a nut allergy safe in a “peanut-free” prep area. We would love donations of any sunflower seed butter, which can be found at Sprouts and Tom Thumb.

Want more information?

Contact corrie.cabes@stmartininthefields.org for more information.