The restoration team

The Restoration Team, a non-profit collaboration of local churches formed under Chapelwood leadership in 2017 following the devastation left by Hurricane Harvey, provides post-natural disaster home repair in the Houston area. Home construction knowledge is not required for volunteering, with basic training provided prior to a project. Sign up to help restore homes and hope in our community!

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Fair Haven Food Pantry

Our Fair Haven Food Pantry has served over 71,000 families and over 352,000 people with more than 2.6 million pounds of food valued at over $4.8 million since March 2020! We're honored to partner with the Houston Food Bank in this incredibly meaningful ministry.

Distributing food Tuesday-Friday
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. or until the daily food runs out

Volunteer at the Food Pantry

Food distribution to our neighbors happens with a lot of community coordination and amazing helpers who’ve spent over 19,000 hours volunteering at the food pantry since last March! Shifts take place inside, outside, seated, or standing with varying levels of lifting and sorting, with some even suited for the helping hands of younger children. Sign up to volunteer and make a difference this week!


Social Distancing Guidelines
How it Works

Get Food Pantry Help

The Fair Haven Food Pantry primarily serves Spring Branch neighbors but is open to anyone in need of help with food. To receive food, visit the pantry at the corner of Gessner and Long Point. Volunteers will record basic info like a name, phone number, and address to help us keep track of how much food is distributed.

Chapelwood Serving ministry

Learn more about ongoing ways to help others locally and globally through Chapelwood Serving Ministries.

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Donate to our Benevolence Fund

Chapelwood's reach in our community can go much further when donations are made to help others. 

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