Build a House in Juarez, Mexico

College trip May 18-21 
Adult trip October 22-26

Serve with ZOE in Kenya

Visit ZOE Working Groups in Kenya 
September 22 - October 2 

Experience the Czech Republic

Work with Students at
Cross-Cultural Camp 

July 8-20

Want to Go? Email missions@suncreekumc.org

Where We Go

Proyecto Abrigo in Juarez, Mexico

Suncreek UMC has been involved in the ministry of Proyecto Abrigo in Mexico since 2002. In that time we have taken numerous youth, college, adult and family trips to build over forty five homes. Proyecto Abrigo means "project shelter".

The teams build cinder block homes to replace the cardboard and wood pallet homes that families are using for shelter. The project was started by Reverend Jose Luis Portillo. This is a life changing ministry for the families that receive the homes and the team members that have the honor to bless them with their new home.

Each home costs $3,000. Your support of this ministry through donations, prayers and service is greatly appreciated.  Email missions@suncreekumc.org.

Cross Cultural Camp in the Czech

Suncreek UMC will conduct its 11th annual English Camp in the Czech Republic in July 2020.  Through 40 years of Communism, the Czech Republic lost its Christian heritage and is now considered to be the most atheistic country in the world. 

Each year a team from Suncreek goes to develop relationships, friendships, and to share the love of Christ with people of all ages through English Camp.  Our mission teams have watched the participants open up their hearts and minds to the concept of Christianity and to new friendships.  The transformations have been amazing and filled with the Holy Spirit. Suncreek travels to the Czech Republic every July to conduct Cross Cultural Camps (formerly English Camps).  After a trip in August 2005, we formed an official partner church relationship with St. Lukas UMC in Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic. 

If you are interested in learning more about the trip please email missions@suncreekumc.org or 972-390-1695. If you have airline miles that you would be willing to donate to help the team please let us know. View Photos and Read Testimonies.

ZOE Ministry in Kenya

Every 14 seconds a child is orphaned in Africa due to the HIV/AIDS pandemic.  As a result, many orphaned children are raising their brothers and sisters.  In response, ZOE Ministry shares the Love of Christ and gives hope to vulnerable children in Zimbabwe, Zambia, Kenya, and Rwanda through the Giving Hope Empowerment Project.  This program includes training in farming, animal husbandry, vocational skills, income-generating activities, HIV/AIDS education, health and hygiene. With in 2-3 years, this program frees these orphans from poverty and dependency. 

The core focus of Giving Hope is to empower orphans and child-led families to become self sufficient so they will not require lifelong assistance from outside relief programs. This program centers around Community-Building and Empowering Lives in order to bring the children back into both their local communities and into the loving, nurturing body of Christ. Suncreek United Methodist Church began partnering with the ZOE ministry in July 2010 by sponsoring a working group through the Giving Hope Empowerment Project. 

If you would like to learn how you can get involved in our partnership with this ministry please email missions@suncreekumc.org.

To learn more about ZOE ministry please visit www.zoeministry.org.

View the Latest Reports 
Group 1  Group 2  Group 3

Click for More Info about the Hope Kariru Working Group, Kenya

Read Testimonies from our trip to Kenya


Fair Trade Global Market
Every year in November, we host a Global Market on our campus. Come enjoy delicious refreshments while you begin your Christmas shopping. You can choose from Fair Trade crafts or donations that support local, national or global ministries. We provide you with special gift cards for each gift you purchase. Coming November 13-14, 2020!

Communion Offerings
Suncreek UMC designates mission beneficiaries for the monthly communion offering. Persons donate by leaving a gift at the altar rail when they come forward to take communion. Past communion offerings have benefited Florida Hurricane Relief, Dallas Ramps, ZOE Minsitries, English Camp in the Czech Republic and more.

Cell Phones for Soldiers
Suncreek missions collect used cell phones to help support our American soldiers through the ministry of Cell Phones for Soldiers.  Please recycle your cell phones by bringing them to the mission bins located in the church narthex.  Cell phones for Soldiers sell your used phones and then use the money to purchase phone cards for our troops.  To a military family, a phone call home is priceless. Cell Phones for Soldiers addresses an everyday emotional need that everyone has experienced: the need to call home, to hear a familiar voice while far away.  Please help our troops stay connected by donating your used cell phones today.

Community Agency Partners

Allen Community Outreach
provides a wide range of services to persons in need, including rent, utilities, food and clothing assistance.

Trinity River Mission
Trinity River Mission is a community center that works to aid children in reaching their potential through after-school programs, tutoring, and summer activities that encourage high academic achievement. It also seeks to encourage strong and healthy families where children and adults experience love and support.

Collin County Children's Advocacy Center
The mission of Collin County Children's Advocacy Center is to identify, protect and improve the lives of abused and neglected children in Collin County.  We take bread weekly from Kroger to help the staff.  Suncreek also provides homebaked treats to support the staff the first Tuesday of each month.  If you would like to be a part of this ministry, please contact Janet Hunt in the church office.

UMCOR Responds to the Earthquake in Haiti
A major earthquake hit Port-au-Prince, Haiti on January 12, causing widespread destruction. Millions of people are affected and thousands are feared dead. The United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) has close ties with the Methodist Church in Haiti and is responding to the devastating earthquake with funding, material resources and prayers.

UMCOR executive, Melissa Crutchfield says, “We are working with our partners on the ground to provide immediate relief to the people in Haiti. UMCOR has worked in Haiti for many years. We anticipate that there will be years of rebuilding needed and are prepared to work with the people to help them through that process.”
Working with partners, Action by Churches Together, Church World Service, Global Medic and the Methodist Church, UMCOR is channeling its resources to respond effectively to the people most in need.
In a statement to Global Ministries staff, the General Secretary said, “Events such as these can challenge both our faith and sense of security. As a church we know that the heart of our ministry is continuing and extending Jesus Christ’s ministry of outreaching love.”