The nation's largest faith-based charity; The Salvation Army is committed to doing the most good for the most people in the most need.
The Salvation Army Oak Cliff Community Center is at the corner of Rosemont and West Jefferson in the Winnetka Heights Historic District. Care was taken when building this center to create a facility that would be in harmony with this turn-of-the-century neighborhood. The community center hosts a variety of activities that enhance the spiritual and social well-being of the vibrant senior adult population in the neighborhood, as well as a variety of social services and youth programs. Captains Candelaria & Gabriel Elias - Corps Officers 1617 W. Jefferson Dallas, TX 75208 (214) 941-5911 or 5914 (214) 941-9146 Fax
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A Messianic Jewish ministry organized for the evangelism of unbelievers and the exhortation of believers.
We are a church where no one walks alone;where every member is connected. Expect to experience authentic love and God centered worship.
If the Bible says it, we believe it!
Life in Deep Ellum is a cultural center built for the artistic, social, economic, and spiritual benefit of Deep Ellum and urban Dallas.
Body of Christian Believers
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Texas Baptists Counseling Services exists to bring hope and encouragement to struggling Texas Baptists.
Operation Care International (OCI) is a nonprofit ministry dedicated to caring for the homeless in Dallas and impoverished children around the world. Since November 1993, when founder Susie Jennings and a group of volunteers distributed 100 new blankets t
A place to thrive, flourish and be drawn into the unexpected joy of desperate dependence on Jesus.