Build friendships

Language is a doorway.

We foster relationships between the displaced people we serve and members of the community. As we do this, we draw people from being objects of charity into participants of community. We use language as a doorway to form friendships through our English programs and social events.

Learn more below about how you can connect at an upcoming event, or get involved regularly as a volunteer.


Social events committee

Plan our monthly connection opportunities!

We're currently looking for a team of people to help us plan monthly social events for the refugees we serve in our classes and community center. Would you like to be a part of the team that make this happen?

Fill out the volunteer form and select "Social events committee".

Community Table

Serve a meal to our English class!

Every month, we invite groups to provide a meal for our English class students. This gives us a chance to sit and practice English, and it gives you a chance to see our community center up close.

If you're interested, sign up on the volunteer page for "Serve Community Table" and someone from our team will get in touch with details.


1-on-1 tutoring

Language is a doorway to relationship.

One way to build a relationship is to connect with one of our students as a tutor. We have everything you'll need, so you don't need to have any experience as a teacher. You just need to be willing to get out of your comfort zone and visit with someone in their home. As you meet their language need with our easy curriculum, you'll naturally form a friendship that will bless them and you as well!

Panhandle Refugee Celebration

Celebrate Amarillo's refugees every June!

Every June we gather to celebrate Amarillo's refugees in collaboration with other organizations, including: Trinity Fellowship, the Amarillo Museum of Art, the Amarillo Symphony, the Don Harrington Discovery Center, and Catholic Charities of the Texas Panhandle.

We invite you to attend or volunteer!

Afghan children national anthem

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