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Kairos Prison Ministry
Kairos Prison Ministry, International, Inc. is a Christian faith based ministry which addresses the spiritual needs of incarcerated men, women, and youth, and their families.
We provide leadership and also support by writing letters, baking cookies, decorating placements and tote bags, creating prayer chains, and committing to praying for participants.
Pasadena Community Ministry provides food and clothing assistance to those in need. Limited funding is available to assist with utilities, prescriptions, and similar needs.
We provide budgeted financial help, volunteers, and donations of money, food, and clothing.
Pasadena Interfaith Manor
Pasadena Interfaith Manor is owned by Pasadena Interfaith Housing Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization and subsidized by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Pasadena Interfaith Housing Foundation, Inc. is comprised of 3 faiths – B’nai B’rith, Knights of Columbus, and First Presbyterian Church of Pasadena. The goal of Pasadena Interfaith Housing Foundation, Inc. is to provide safe, affordable and comfortable housing for its residents. Members of F.P.C. serve on the governing Board of the Foundation. The current Board members representing F.P.C. are Lavinia Brown, Brian Davis, and Milo Wharry.
Presbyterian International Seafarer Ministry
The Presbyterian International Seafarer Ministry is part of a multi-denominational outreach to seafarers on the ships calling in the port. Houston has two centers—the Howard T. Tellepsen Seafarers Center at the main port and the Lou Lawler Seafarer Center at Barbours Cut, in LaPorte. Chaplains visit ships, provide transportation, listen, assist in crises and take the message of God's love to all.
We financially help support the Presbyterian chaplain, Rev. Tom Edwards. We also pack Christmas gift boxes, which chaplains distribute to seafarers at Christmas. In past years we have joined others to sing Christmas carols to seafarers on their ships.
Rev. Tom Edwards distributing