Compassion Ministry

Compassion Ministry

compassionCompassion Ministry is a core value of the Vineyard. Often you will find members of our fellowship on the streets of Fort Worth sharing the love of Jesus with those in need.

We provide food, clothing, backpacks, sleeping bags, toiletries, saving prayer and healing prayer to those who need help in Fort Worth.

Here are ministries we recommend in Fort Worth. Click the links below to find out more information about these organizations. We support and work with several of these organizations and are committed to ministering to the poor and homeless in our city.

Also, you can check in at Trinity Vineyard to see when our next volunteer outreach will occur.

Tarrant County Homeless Coalition – TCHC leads, coordinates and develops strategies and resources to end homelessness.

TCHC serves as the HUD recognized lead agency for the Fort Worth/Arlington/Tarrant County Continuum of Care (CoC)TX 601 responsible for the operations of the CoC pursuant to the Code of Federal Regulations 24 CFR part 578.1. The geographical area covered by the CoC is Tarrant and Parker County. TCHC is appointed by the Continuum of Care Board to serve as the Collaborative Applicant for the CoC Program Grant. TCHC is also the HMIS Administrator for the CoC.

Union Gospel Mission At Union Gospel Mission of Tarrant County, we’re dedicated to providing love, hope, respect and a new beginning for the homeless. We strive to end homelessness one person at time.

Presbyterian Night Shelter – We welcome anyone without a home.  And then we help them find one.

We do so much more than provide free access to safe shelter and a warm meal. We provide hope and a future through case management, employment help, counseling, housing assistance and other programs.

The Salvation Army DFW – The Salvation Army offers clean, dignified surroundings, where homeless individuals receive meals, counseling, and assistance finding employment. Counselors may also advise the elderly and disabled on applying for Veterans Administration or Social Security benefits.

Catholic Charities –  We are poverty experts who have seen the issue up close. We know the systemic contributions that feed it, and the stigmas that support it. We’ve watched it build barriers, destroy communities, and keep individuals and families from living the life they deserve.

Cornerstone Assitance Network –  stablished in 1992, Cornerstone was founded for two primary purposes: (1) to provide direct services to individuals and families struggling with poverty in Tarrant County, Texas, and (2) to offer resources to churches and community agencies to help them better serve the needy in their own communities.

SafeHaven – SafeHaven is the domestic violence service provider in Tarrant County providing assistance to families healing from violent relationships.

MHMR – For more than 40 years, MHMR Tarrant has improved the lives of people with health care needs, such as substance use disorder, psychiatric disorders, and intellectual delays and disabilities. Using innovative approaches, MHMR partners with individuals and families, and collaborates with other community organizations to provide services and a hopeful future.


For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith — and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God — not by works, so that no one can boast. For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.