Missional Serving Teams

Give your time and talents to bless those in need.

Volunteer opportunities for individuals, families & small groups.

When people in our church respond to a personal calling to serve those in need, Community Impact comes alongside them to support and promote their vision, creating “Missional Serving Teams.” These Missional Serving Teams, led by HCBC members, respond to a variety of needs such as mentoring at-risk youth, supporting foster families, evangelizing the incarcerated, providing disaster recovery, and so much more.

Respond to your personal calling & join a missional serving team!

Advocacy for Trafficking Victims

PACT: Partners Against Child Trafficking

Join the Fight Against Child Sex Trafficking

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Partners Against Child Trafficking (PACT) is a ministry that is uniting communities to bring an end to child trafficking by raising awareness, preventing victimization and reducing demand.

Since 2015, we have trained over 3,830 community members on how to detect, report, and prevent child trafficking. We have sponsored 58 Student Ambassadors, awarding 3 scholarships this past June for outstanding projects. We have also sponsored the Spanish translation of the Shared Hope Bible Study on trafficking. In addition, we have sponsored trauma counseling for 2 survivors, provided 600 Little Red Bags to shelters, and delivered 345 bags of supplies and hotline cards to the high risk homeless community.

This coming year, we are expanding our PACT Ambassador program by introducing a scripture-based and secular curriculum for teens and delivering specialized training programs, including one for CASA volunteers. In January, PACT will start The Conquer Series, a course geared towards helping men renew their minds and find freedom in purity.

Specific volunteer needs: Advocacy, Building leadership among students, Education and Training

Volunteer commitment: Varies, contact for details.

For more information or to volunteer, email HCBC ministry leader Rick Naylor.


Agape Pregnancy Resource Center

Demonstrate & Share God's Unconditional Love

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Agape Pregnancy Resource Center exists to demonstrate and share God’s unconditional love by providing practical help and loving support to those facing an unplanned pregnancy. Agape PRC provides pregnancy testing, ultrasounds, educational opportunities, counseling services, maternity clothes and more – all at no charge to the client.

Agape PRC is located at 104 E. Main St, Round Rock, TX 78664. The center’s hours are MTWF 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, and Thursday 12:00 to 8:00 pm.

Volunteer needs include:

  • Client advocates
  • Resource organizers
  • Clerical workers
  • Classroom teachers
  • Meals/snacks for Thursday night class trainings
  • Also accepting donations of diapers and other pregnancy items.

For more information or to volunteer, email HCBC ministry leader Greg Meyer  or call 512.248.8200.

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Austin Pregnancy Resource Center

Building a Culture of Life

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Austin Pregnancy Resource Center offers resources and services including pregnancy testing, sonograms, Life Skills classes and more. The mobile unit visits the Christian Resource Center on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month, and client services are available during the rest of the week at Austin PRC’s newly renovated office in Central Austin.

Austin PRC is located at 2717 Rio Grande, Austin, TX 78705. The center’s hours are MWF 10:00 am – 3:00 pm, Tues 10:00 am – 6:00 pm, Thursday 12:30 – 6:00 pm, and 1st & 3rd Saturdays 10:00 am – 2:00 pm.

Volunteer needs include:

  • Mentor and teach clients through the LifeSkills program
  • Greet and welcome clients at the front desk
  • Conduct sonograms (free training available)
  • Find resources in the community to keep the Life Skills Boutique stocked with new and/or lightly used items
  • Cleaning and yard work
  • Work with executive director on development projects, such as grant writing and planning the fall banquet

Mobile unit volunteer needs include:

  • Client Advocates
  • Sorting items/resources for the clients
  • Assisting with limited sonograms
  • Assisting with pregnancy testing

For more information, email our ministry leader Rachel Carpenter at rachelcarp@outlook.com.

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Education Connection

Every Child Reading by the End of 3rd Grade

Serve as a Literacy Partner or Mentor

A few years ago, the church community asked city leaders what we could do to make a lasting impact in our city. The answer was simple: help fight illiteracy and school dropout rates. Last school year, more than 966 volunteer literacy partners and mentors served nine school districts across Central Texas, sitting down with elementary students each week for 30 minutes to read one-on-one. With the program growing rapidly and with more and more children in need of special attention, there’s a place for you to make a difference in a child’s life and education. Consider investing just 30 minutes a week in a school near you, and bless the life of a child.

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Registration for the 2018-2019 school year is open now at Education-Connection.org. When you register, you will receive instructions for an online training session that will prepare you to begin serving as a Literacy Partner.

Evangelism & Equipping

Apartment Life

Support or Become a CARES team

"We all have a need for genuine community, and nothing beats the frequency, availability, and spontaneity of connecting deeply with others who live nearby." -The Art of Neighboring, by Jay Pathak and Dave Runyon

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Apartment Life believes that a community can be radically transformed when a single CARES Team intentionally invests in the lives of neighbors and combines heartfelt service with joy, fun, and authentic relationships. It’s that simple!

Each CARES Team (a married couple, family, or two single adults of the same gender) moves into an apartment community and partners with the management team to deliver the CARES program. Through the CARES program, the team has the opportunity to build community and serve residents by doing things that flow naturally out of the Christian lifestyle – welcoming new neighbors, planning social functions, building spiritual relationships, and CARE-ing in times of need.

You can get involved by serving as a CARES Team member or volunteering to support these teams and help at special events.

Discover more online: ApartmentLife.org

To learn more or volunteer, contact HCBC Ministry Leader Keith Burris.

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Austin Disaster Relief Network

Bringing Hope into Crisis

Respond quickly in the event of a disaster, large or small

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Hill Country Bible Church partners with Austin Disaster Relief Network (ADRN), a non-profit organization that exists to bring hope into crisis. ADRN unites a network of Christ-centered churches from across Greater Austin with members who are trained and ready to respond when disasters occur.

Volunteers are needed for clean-up, recovery, emergency response, administrative support and to shepherd families from crisis into recovery and connect them to a local church community. Click HERE for current training opportunities.

For more information or to volunteer, email HCBC ministry leader Vern Williams.

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Engage: Civic Equipping & Engaging Ministry

Serve in the Civic Arena

engage!  is a non-partisan HCBC Community Impact ministry encouraging believers to get involved in the civic arena with the compassion and wisdom of Christ and to pray for our leaders with understanding. Below are some easy ways to get involved!


Join us for a five-week class on Sundays from October 14 – November 11 from 9:00 – 10:10 am at HCBC Lakeline, Room 4.102. Become a wiser voter by interacting with believers serving in the political arena and gain an insider’s view of how the process really works.  It will also aid in your compassion to know more how to pray for those called to that arena. Space is limited so register here today.

Voter Registration

Mail-in Voter Registration cards will be available at the Ministry Center tables on September 23 & 30 at all campuses. On-site registration will be available at HCBC Lakeline only in the Main Lobby on these days. If you’re not sure whether you are registered to vote, check your status here. The last day to send in your forms is October 9.

Be Sure to Vote

Election Day is November 6, 7:00 am – 7:00 pm. Early Voting begins October 22 and ends November 2. Be sure to bring your driver’s license to vote. If you don’t have a license, go VoteTexas.gov to see other forms of acceptable ID. Go to your county’s website for additional Voter ID Facts as well as polling locations.

Political Arena 101 Class

News & Opportunities

Coming fall 2018:

Launching of engage! website with a bi-monthly newsletter to equip, connect and engage the body of Christ with local, state and national civic events, a calendar, serving opportunities and resources. If you would like to subscribe to Equip!, please email us at engage@HCBC.com.

Specific volunteer needs:

Newsletter development including book reviews, Media team, Website development, Civic equipping trainers, Research, Prayer warriors, Social Media development. Please contact us at engage@hcbc.com for more information.

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Resources: Cedar Park Chamber of Commerce | Cedar Park Chaplains


The Gideons International

God’s Word for the WorldThe Gideons single purpose is to win the lost to Christ through personal witnessing and by placing God's Word into the hands of others. Gideons do this in our local community and in approximately 200 countries with the support of many churches like ours.You can read, listen to and share the Bible using the Gideons Bible App (in 1,200 languages) by downloading the free app at Gideons.Bible.is.

For more information, email Derrick Burt.


Foster Care & Adoption

Foster Care & Adoption Ministry

Foster Care & Adoption

The mission of the HCBC Foster & Adopt ministry is to encourage, equip and build community among foster and adoptive families and those who wish to support them. If you have a heart for children from hard places, we invite you to get involved.

Meet other families who are at various places along their foster and adoptive journey. You’ll be blessed by the opportunity to share stories, offer encouragement and learn together.

Find out about classes, training sessions and conferences that are available to support your family.

Hill Country Bible Church partners with Fostering Hope Austin to build stronger adoptive and foster families.


Handling the Holidays
Nov. 13, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Join us for our second annual discussion on sensory processing. Occupational therapist Marti Smith will offer practical solutions as we view the crazies of the holidays through a sensory processing lens. Register HERE.

Foster & Adopt Ministry Picnic
Nov. 17, 5:00 – 7:00 pm
Join us for a Foster and Adoption Ministry potluck family picnic. Bring a side or dessert to share, and we will provide hotdogs and hamburgers. Come connect with Adoptive, Foster and Supportive Families within our church. RSVP here to our Ministry Leaders.

Foster & Adopt Community Night
Dec. 15, 7:00 – 8:00 pm
Join current Foster and Adoptive Families as we connect with each other and watch family videos. RSVP here to our Ministry Leaders.

Join our Facebook page. This is a closed group for confidentiality, but just click the link and request to be added. Follow us for up-to-date info on our ministry’s latest events.

Questions or suggestions? Email our Ministry Leaders for more information.

Prison Ministries

Prison Ministry

Is God Calling You to Serve Prisoners & Their Families?

When people in our church respond to a personal calling to serve those in need, Community Impact comes alongside them to support and promote their vision. In the area of Prison Ministries, several Hill Country Bible Church members have felt led to serve and support the incarcerated and formerly incarcerated. Join them on their mission! We have several opportunities to serve and provide for those who are affected by incarceration and show them the hope found in Christ Jesus.

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Resources for the Needy

Bags of Grace

Provide Basic Necessities to our Brothers and Sisters in Need

Great service opportunity for families and small groups!

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A ministry that assembles and distributes gallon size zipper bags containing water, non-perishable food and other basic items for our homeless community, Church Under the Bridge, and others in need.

Specific volunteer need: Assemble and/or distribute bags on the dates listed below. Also accepts donations of travel sized hygiene products and disposable water bottles. No advance sign up needed, just show up! This is a great opportunity for families and/or small groups to serve together.

Bags of Grace Assemblies on the following Saturdays 1:00 – 3:00 pm in the HCBC Gym (Building B)

November 10 2018; January 26, March 30, May 11, July 27, September 28 and November 16 2019

Church Under the Bridge Distribution on the following Sundays 11:30 am – 12:15 pm

November 11 2018; January 27, March 31, May 12, July 28, September 29 and November 17 2019

For more information, email HCBC Ministry Leaders Kevin and Lori Thomas.

Kids Are Making a Difference with Bags of Grace!

bags-of-grace-bday-partyYoung Addison came to a Bags of Grace assembly and was so moved, that she told her mom that instead of presents for her birthday, she wanted to invite her friends for a Bags of Grace assembly. All of her friends got Bags of Grace shirts and they assembled bags at her party. We’re thankful for Addison’s servant heart, and how she is already demonstrating what it means to be the hands and feet of Jesus!

“For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in.” Matthew 25:35

 You Never Know Who Your Cheerful Giver Will Be

Bags of GraceMeet Bailey. He has been homeless for many years but found Christ in 2010. Bailey was speaking with Bags of Grace Ministry Leader Lori Thomas about how much he has been blessed over the years by the Bags of Grace ministry and the people he has met who minister under the bridge. He said that he really wanted to give back to help others and asked to make a donation. The picture shows Bailey and Lori as he pulled out a $100 bill and joyfully gave! The team were all surely blessed by this cheerful giver that Sunday! What a testament of God at work.

Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver. 2 Cor. 9:7

Round Rock Area Serving Center

Multiple Opportunities to Serve the Needy in Round Rock.

Ideal Volunteer Opportunity for Individuals, Families with Teens, and Small Groups.

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Round Rock Area Serving Center provides a food pantry, Round Rock Coats for Kids, clothing & furniture vouchers, Computers for Kids, community gardens, The Volunteer Center, adult computer classes in English & Spanish, a charity thrift store, and more.

This ministry offers the following types of volunteer opportunities:

  • Driving & Delivery
  • Evangelism
  • Food / Clothing Pantry
  • Job Skills Training
  • Pack & Sort
  • Professional Services (Front Desk)

Specific volunteer need: Phone receptionists, client receptionists, casework interviewers, pantry volunteers, cashiers, gardeners, and food / merchandise sorters. Volunteers are also needed to pick up food donations, drive the truck, teach computer classes, and for data entry.

RRASC accepts donations of food, clothing, household items, furniture and computers Monday – Saturday 8:00 am – 4:00 pm.

The Food Pantry and Treasures Charity Resale Shop & Boutique is open Monday – Friday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm & Saturday 9:00 am – Noon.

For more information email HCBC Ministry Leader Bill Davis or call RRASC at 512.244.2431.

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Senior Care

Drive a Senior Northwest

Drive a Senior offers free transportation and other support services for senior adults to live independently in their own homes. Services are provided by volunteer drivers, home handymen, office volunteers and hosts/hostesses for twice monthly luncheons.

This ministry offers the following types of volunteer opportunities:

  • Driving & Delivery
  • Meals & Snacks
  • Physical Labor (handyman, landscaping, etc.)
  • Prayer
  • Professional Services (front office staff, event hosts)

Specific volunteer needs: 
Drivers, handymen, monthly Senior Day Out hosts, front office help. Also accepting donations of gently used walkers and canes.

Volunteer commitment: Flexible scheduling with some services requiring just a one hour commitment. Most are one-two hour events. Volunteers must receive introductory training about use of the scheduling website and the spirit of services provided.

For more information or to volunteer, email Mark Holder.

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Youth Tutoring & Mentoring Ministries

Mission: Possible! Austin

Weekly Programs Serving Children & Youth in East Austin and Pflugerville.

Ideal Volunteer Opportunity for Families with Teens & Small Groups.

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Mission: Possible! Austin is a collective of ministries working together to connect the Body of Christ across the Greater Austin area with individuals in under-resourced areas for personal transformation through life-on-life relationships.

Ministries include: Camps, Bible Clubs, Church Under the Bridge, special events, and more.

This ministry offers the following types of volunteer opportunities:

  • Adult Recovery
  • Advocacy
  • Counseling
  • Evangelism
  • Food / Clothing Pantry
  • Meals & Snacks
  • Medical / Dental / Pregnancy Care
  • Pack & Sort
  • Physical Labor
  • Prayer
  • Professional Services
  • Tutoring & Mentoring

Mission: Possible! Austin also accepts donations of food, Bibles, baby supplies & kid’s toys.

For more information or to volunteer, email HCBC ministry leader Jon Rector.

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Camp Wilderness Ridge

Serve Retreat Groups & Assist with Rebuild

Volunteer opportunities for individuals, families & small groups.

Camp Wilderness Ridge is now operating under Forest Glen Camps. Next workday is scheduled for May 6!

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Camp Wilderness Ridge exists to change the world through the leadership of REAL men.

Camp Wilderness Ridge now resides at Forest Glen – Springs, Rosebud, Texas.  CWR will have its own facilities to provide Summer Camp for boys and young men.  Our mission is the same as it has been for the past 30 years, to lead campers to the life-changing reality of our Lord Jesus the Christ.  There are numerous projects that a small group can complete or move toward completion in a 5-8 hour project effort on site and projects that can be performed off-site and then delivered to camp.

  • Volunteer need: Help serve retreat groups:  meal preparations and serving, help with activities or weekend work projects such as:
    • Land clearing (including chain saw work), demolition, interior framing, building construction, bunkhouse restrooms expansion (demolition & building), lakeside equipment building, convert a restroom to laundry area for volunteers.
    • Volunteer options: Projects are available weekends and weekdays. There is a RV area with complete hookups (water, septic, & electric) for those that can volunteer several days or weeks at a time.
    • For more information or to volunteer, contact HCBC ministry leader Don VanOverloop, 512-244-1969 or Ron Hunt, 512.554.5074.

Mentorship in Williamson County

Mentor at-risk teens in Williamson County

Ideal service opportunity for individuals

HCBC partners with Williamson County to provide mentors for students assigned by the court. Model the love and hope of Jesus Christ through a personal relationship to achieve agreed upon goals.

Specific volunteer need: Mentors

Volunteer commitment: Meet one hour per week with assigned mentee for 6 months.

For more information or to mentor, email HCBC staff member & ministry leader Debby Fleming.


Be a Troop or Den Leader

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Volunteer Type: Mentoring

HCBC sponsors Pack/Troop 234 providing a values-based program for young people that builds character and leadership, as well as training them in responsibilities of participating, citizenship, and developing personal fitness.

  • Volunteer need: Den & Troop leaders.
  • Volunteer commitment: Varies, contact for details.
  • For more information on Cub Scouts, email Ben Mouton.
  • For more information on Boy Scouts, email Chuck Boorman.