Did you know?
Of the 85,000 refugees who arrived in the U.S. in 2016, Texas received 7,803--more than every other state except California.
Welcoming and responding to the needs of refugees are foundational principles of Biblical Christianity
Gateway of Grace serves refugees from thirteen different countries and six different religious backgrounds.
Assimilating and empowering refugees to become productive members of society through mobilizing the Church and Christ-centered relationships.
Gateway of Grace's Educational and Community ministries provides English as a Second Language classes, cultural assimilation classes, children's programs and ESL and special event transportation among many other services. Gateway of Grace also helps refugees furnish their apartments, find jobs, enroll their children in school, and begin the path of developing relationships within healthy communities. Each refugee family has unique circumstances, and Gateway of Grace responds to the needs of each family by assessing their needs and developing a plan of action that will empower the refugee family with the necessary resources as well as celebrating the gifts of every family to ensure each member flourishes in their new home. We passionately embrace that the sovereign Lord has brought refugee families to us for the purposes of healing, restoration and experiencing Christ's love.