Serve the City

At Park Cities Baptist, we are committed to loving Jesus, each other, and our community.  Across our city, our church family serves in tangible ways to lift others up – through mentoring, teaching, helping with construction projects, collecting food, clothing, school supplies, and a variety of other ways.

PCBC Ministry Partners

Park Cities Ministry Partners are where we focus our time and talents to serve those in need. From public schools to refugee services to ministries to women, men, kids, and families both locally and globally, our church family is committed to working alongside our Ministry Partners and investing in them financially. Learn more below and find out how you can join in the work of sharing the love of Jesus through our Ministry Partners!

For the Nations Refugee Outreach

At FTNRO, the gospel of Jesus Christ is central in everything they do. They provide long-term education for the whole family, from daily adult ESL classes to after-school tutoring. Every year, they serve approximately 2,500 refugees from more than 20 countries in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East who are all resettled in the Dallas area. There are plenty of opportunities to serve by helping in English classes, pre-school, after-school, and summer programs as well as weekend VBS and holiday events.

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Thrive Women’s Clinic

Thrive Women’s Clinic provides a comfortable and confidential place for expectant mothers to explore all of their pregnancy options without judgment. They are a nonprofit clinic focused on empowering women to navigate their pregnancy with clarity and control.

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ACT is a new model of ministry that uses the justice system to empower inner city residents to fight crime on their street, while sharing with them the hope of the gospel. Their vision is to see safe neighborhoods, where crime is no longer tolerated and dignity and hope are restored.

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Cornerstone Crossroads Academy

The mission of Cornerstone Crossroads Academy is to impact urban youth through transformational education, equipping future leaders to impact their communities for Christ. PCBC has had a partnership with CCA for over 10 years, with a number of our members volunteering at CCA over the years. In previous years, PCBC helped CCA take students to Guatemala on a mission trip with Helps, Int.

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Men of Nehemiah

Men of Nehemiah is a Christian organization located in South Dallas designed to rebuild the lives of men and families that have been torn apart by the vicious onslaught of poverty, homelessness, substance abuse, crime, and violence, so that they can begin to experience the love of God and thereby praise Him for who He is. PCBC partners with Men of Nehemiah to mentor and support.

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OurCalling is a faith-based organization that helps the homeless by building lasting relationships. PCBC has supported the mission of OurCalling by sending volunteers, giving financially, and through prayer.

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Brother Bill’s Helping Hand

Brother Bill's Helping Hand brings not just a legacy of 75 years of service to West Dallas, but hope for a better life to the more than 25,000 people living in the 75212 zip code. As a Christian nonprofit, that hope comes in the form of Education, Health, and Essentials of Life programs. Hundreds of PCBC members, from children to senior adults, build relationships and help BBHH meet the essential needs of those we serve through a large variety of programs.

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Buckner Family Hope Center at Bachman Lake

Buckner Children and Family Services, Inc. (a division of Buckner International) provides a full continuum of residential and community-based services aimed at strengthening families and helping vulnerable children and adults reach their full God-given potential throughout the greater Dallas area, Texas, and internationally. Our core programs include foster care and adoption, family transition programs, community-based family preservation programs, and humanitarian aid and assistance.

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The Seed Company

Seed Company exists to accelerate Scripture translation and impact for people without God’s Word through Great Commission partnerships. Working with over 1400 global partners, they serve the local church by providing training, consulting, funding, and project management that leads to a meaningful, accurate translation in the local mother tongue. By 2025 they hope to have at least portions of Scripture in every people group on earth. The time is quickly approaching where there will be a Gospel representation in every nation, tribe, people, and language on earth!

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Cornerstone Baptist Church

Cornerstone Baptist Church & Cornerstone Community Development Corporation exists to exemplify to our community the great commission as well as the command of Jesus to "love your neighbor”. They have plenty of opportunities to serve, such as providing meals for the homeless, volunteering at the Cornerstone Clothing Closet and Shower Facility, and many more.

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The Way Back

The Way Back address the barriers and challenges faced by individuals impacted by involvement in the criminal justice system. Through these targeted efforts, The Way Back is reducing recidivism, generational incarceration and poverty in our communities. They provide comprehensive wrap-around services that address immediate needs such as clothing, food, hygiene, housing assistance, referrals to social services, as well a continuum of case management and supportive services that empower individuals as they return back to our communities.

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Practice Ministries

Practice Ministries helps families around the world put God’s Word into practice through father-child Bible studies. They have created Bible lessons for different ages that are being used by dads throughout the world to teach their children God’s Word.

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Strategy and Vision

What it looks like:
• Care for orphans
• Provide clean water
• Distribute food and clothing
• Improve substandard housing
• Support medical clinics
• Invest in microloan projects

Why We Do It:
During his time on earth, Jesus continually practiced radical compassion in action towards people on the margins of society. We believe that providing for practical needs helps build a foundation on which we can develop lasting relationships with people and to share the Gospel.


What it looks like:
• Jesus film screenings
• Large-scale conferences and events
• Partnering with and supporting local churches
• One-on-one evangelism
• Providing resources for pastors and churches worldwide

Why We Do It
The message of salvation through the death and resurrection of Christ is a gift we are determined to share with the world. The Gospel has the power to transform the heart of an individual and to revolutionize entire nations. Through it we see families flourish, churches grow, communities find freedom, and societies embrace hope. Jesus changes everything!


What It Looks Like:
• Sponsorship of pastors through seminary training
• Discipleship tools to new believers
• Training for house church leaders
• Language-specific discipleship materials
• Seminars in the U.S. and abroad for ministry leaders

Why We Do It:
We believe that training and discipling the next generation of global church leaders is one of the most important advancements we can make in spreading the Gospel. There are so many courageous and willing pastors and ministry workers around the world who simply do not have the resources they need to impact their communities. The gift of education has proven transformational for these faithful believers and the people they serve.


Thank you for your interest in partnering with Park Cities Baptist Church to further the Great Commission around the world and taking the gospel to Jerusalem, Judea and Samaria and to the Ends of the Earth.

  • Presently Park Cities is focused on these target areas:
  • Dallas (Vickery, South Dallas and West Dallas)
  • US Church Planting: NYC & North Oak Cliff (Dallas)
  • South Texas
  • Caribbean and Latin America (select countries)
  • Africa (select countries)
  • Asia and Southeast Asia (select countries)

Our Focus & Strategy

Our mission focus is on the following types of work: compassion, evangelism and church planting and education/leadership training.

Our strategy behind missions at PCBC is driven by the ministry cycle. With worship at the center of all we do, we enter into a new target region through an act of compassion, providing us a chance to build a relationship, that then provides the opportunity to share the Gospel of Christ. This will lead to the opportunity to disciple another and begin the process again. Beginning the Partnership Process

If your organization is interested in partnering with Park Cities please fill out the Application for a Financial Request below. Your application will be reviewed by the appropriate staff and members of our Missions Committee.


Applications for our 2022-2023 fiscal year are available now. . If your organization is interested in partnering with Park Cities, please fill out the "Application for Financial Support. Your application will be reviewed by the appropriate staff and members of our Missions Committee.

The deadline for accepting requests for funding is December 15, 2022. Any request that does not comply with the above guidelines will not be considered. Please note that the request process from application to acceptance takes approximately one year.

For more information contact the Missions Office.



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