Ministries

Ministries we support with the Saint Matthias Mission Fund 

Centerpoint, assists people facing or experiencing homelessness with housing, food, clothing, transportation assistance, health and social services. 

Food Bank of Northwest Louisiana, as a hunger-relief organization, solicits, stores and distributes food and other essential items to low-income children and families through a functional network of over 100 community and faith-based non-profit organizations within seven parishes.

Grace Home is a community residential hospice operated by Christus Schumpert Foundation.   For additional information, call 318.681.7730

Gingerbread House, Bossier/Caddo Children’s Advocacy Center, provides coordination of investigation, prosecution and treatment services by bringing together professionals and agencies to create a child-focused approach to child abuse cases. 318.674.2900

Literacy Volunteers at Centenary College provide adult literacy students with focused tutoring, one-to-one or in small groups, at no charge to the student. For more information, and/or inquiries, please email lvcent@bellsouth.net

“Meals on Wheels” furnishes a hot meal delivered daily to deserving senior citizens, helping them to remain in their homes.

Northwest Louisiana Interfaith Pharmacy, helps uninsured citizens obtain medications they need but cannot afford. For more information you may email inquiries to: nlip@bellsouth.net

Shreveport-Bossier Rescue Mission offers emergency shelter, food, clothing, medical care and counseling for homeless men, women and children. 

Volunteers for Youth Justice is a community of caring for children in crisis.  Specially trained volunteers are assigned by judges to speak on behalf of children who have been placed in foster care due to abuse or neglect.