Serving Boerne

Currey Creek is committed to partnering with more than 10 local ministries meeting specific needs in our community.

Whether you are called to help the poor, homeless, or orphans or work with women or youth, we can connect you with a ministry where you can serve. We believe as the body of Christ unites across our community to serve “the least of these” we can make a powerful impact in Boerne and beyond.

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Fellowship of Christian Athletes

FCA's mission is to lead EVERY coach and EVERY athlete into a relationship with Jesus Christ and His Church. We do this through a strategy "to and through the coach" as we engage, equip and empower them to be disciples who make disciples.

Linking arms with the local Church is a crucial part of our ministry, FCA was never intended to take the place of the local church. Those we reach on a local campus will (we pray) spend far more of their lifetime in a local Church body than an FCA Ministry environment. By helping coaches and athletes get plugged into a local Church community it will allow for their faith to continue to grow and flourish, surrounded by faithful community.

Hill Country Daily Bread

Hill Country Daily Bread is a Christian ministry that serves as a toolbox for Hill Country churches and communities to transform the lives of neighbors in need. Through mentoring and case management for adults and at-risk youth, basic needs are met with much more than food and material resources; they are met with relationships that transform lives with the saving power of Jesus Christ.

For more information visit hillcountrydailybread.com

Hill Country Pregnancy Care Center

The Hill Country Pregnancy Care Center (HCPCC) exists to promote the value of life and empower individuals to make healthy choices regarding pregnancy and sexuality, and to extend the compassion and love of Jesus Christ.  

For more information visit lifesprecious.org

Hope Mommies

By your support we are able to put together and deliver Hope Boxes, which are gifts for bereaved mamas, so that they can connect with a community of women who have walked the rugged road of grief ahead of them. We also provide Hope Groups (bible studies specific to pregnancy loss) and memorial events in honor of their babies. 

For more information, please email txhillcountry@hopemommies.org.


Roy Maas Youth Alternatives-MeadowLand campus, Boerne is a long-term residential treatment facility for boys and girls whose lives have been scarred by abuse, parental desertion, family strain and emotional turmoil. Most of the children struggle with serious emotional and behavioral issues. Based on the principles of respect and responsibility, Meadowland is committed to providing a structured, consistent, loving environment for children in crisis.

Currey Creek serves the Maas Cabin (girls ages 6 to 17) and the Poston Cabin (boys ages 14 to 17) at Meadowland. Two teams from Currey Creek meet once a month for an hour and a half with the children. We share a meal, play games, make crafts and have devotional time. Currey Creek works to establish a loving, consistent presence on the campus by sharing the love of Christ and a message of hope with the boys and girls and staff that works with them.

For more information visit rmya.org


Retreat4Kids provides a Christ-centered, residential center for girls in a time of crisis and abuse. They provide hope and healing through support of foster care services, relational advocacy, and trauma-informed care in a home environment while pursuing family restoration. They offer a therapeutic team approach including programs such as individual therapy and psychological counseling, continued schooling, life skills and voluntary spiritual opportunities to discover true identity and purpose. Retreat4Kids also seeks to influence and equip others who share a similar calling to impact children, families and future generations.

For more information, please visit retreat4kids.com.

Still Water Sports Camp

Still Water Ministries is a non-profit organization that has a heart for bringing the Gospel to boys and girls between the ages of 5 to 17 and their families. The vehicle Still Water has primarily used to share the Gospel is overnight and day camps across the state of Texas and as the ministry has grown over the last 19 years, it has launched different facets of year-round discipleship. Still Water Ministries purchased a piece of property, Knott Creek Falls, in Harper, TX in 2015. Knott Creek Falls is now its own functioning non-profit organization and is mutually beneficial to Still Water Camps through a long-term contract and also serves other Kingdom-minded organizations.

For more information visit stillwatersportscamp.com

Taking It to the Streets

Taking It to the Streets is a non-profit 501(c)3 ministry dedicated to serving the least in the greater San Antonio and the Hill Country area through prayer, meals, clothing and support. Members and volunteers believe it is our calling as followers of Christ and a biblical command to love and serve the least. The ministry serves many homeless, hungry and less fortunate in our communities. It also serves and encourages one another in relationships, fellowship and community between volunteers and brothers and sisters in need. By out pouring love and acceptance Taking It to the Streets believes the ones we serve will see Jesus through us as we disciple them to become the people God purposed them to be. Matthew 25:40 

For more information visit takingittothestreets.com

The Center

From an active retiree looking to fill their newfound leisure time through supporting a homebound neighbor relying on a daily wellness check and delivery of a hot meal, The Center promotes opportunities to live longer and healthier lives.

For more information, please visit thecenterboerne.org.

The Vault Fostering Community

Vault is a community for foster families in the Hill Country area. We desire to help ease the burden by collecting necessities for families receiving placements with short notice. As we began to collect, sort and distribute items our passion grew for the greater needs that these families may encounter. When we stepped in and took a closer look, we saw people excited to change the life of a child, even if just for a short time. We cannot all be foster parents, but we can all be a part of ending the orphan crisis in some way.

For more information, visit vaultfosteringcommunity.org

Young Life

We accomplish our mission by ...Praying for young people. Going where kids are. Building personal relationships with them. Winning the right to be heard. Providing experiences that are fun, adventurous and life-changing. Sharing our lives and the Good News of Jesus Christ with adolescents. Inviting them to personally respond to this Good News. Loving them regardless of their response. Nurturing kids so they might grow in their love for Christ and the knowledge of God's Word and become people who can share their faith with others. Helping young people develop the skills, assets and attitudes to reach their full God-given potential. Encouraging kids to live connected to the Body of Christ by being an active member of a local congregation. Working with a team of like-minded individuals -- volunteer leaders, committee members, donors and staff.

For further information, visit boerne.younglife.org