Joining God in God's Mission

We don't go on a mission, we simply join God on the mission that God is already on!  Join us and join God!

We believe we can change the world through Outreach and Mission.


We take seriously Jesus’ command to "love our neighbor as ourselves”.  Therefore, we have a number of ways  we reach out to our community, both around the world and right here in Spicewood.

Outreach Funds Request

Click here to access and print out the Outreach Funding Request form. Please email the request form to Linnea Falk. For more information or any questions please contact the church office at 512.264.2225.

Global Mission

Bee Creek UMC is involved with many missions around the world. BCUMC supports these global missions financially and by sending mission teams to help with disaster recovery, future building projects, and much more. You may contribute to any of these ministries at any time, just make sure that you designate “Outreach” or "(The Specific Mission)" on your financial gifts.

LaSenda Children’s School, Guatemala

We send monthly financial support to this orphanage and school in Guatemala of $500. We have annual mission trips to the school by both our Men and Women Ministries. 

Please click here for a short video prepared in March 2019!

Women's LaSenda Children's School Mission Trip

The BCUMC women go at least every year on a mission trip to La Senda Children's School in Guatemala. Please contact Bertina Schreiber if you are interested in going next year or if you have questions or need additional information. Scholarship money is available.

Men's LaSenda Children's School Mission Trip

The men of BCUMC take a mission trip to LaSenda Children's School in Guatemala at least every year. If you would like to plan on going next year, no special skills are needed , just a desire to serve a good cause. If you are interested please let Marty Miller or Jim Dower know and we will put you on the email list for information. Marty can be reached at – or Jim at

Local Mission

Bee Creek UMC is involved with many missions throughout our community. BCUMC supports these local missions financially and by sending mission teams and volunteers to help with disaster recovery, building projects, and much more. You may contribute to any of these ministries at any time, just make sure that you designate “Outreach” or "(The Specific Mission)" on your financial gifts.

Helping Hand Crisis Ministry

We are proud to be a part of Helping Hand Crisis Ministry at in the Spicewood area.  Each Tuesday from 4 - 6 PM, volunteers distribute food, provide counseling, and help with crisis needs at 512 Pace Bend Road North. Volunteers are always welcome and encouraged to participate. For more information about Helping Hand Ministry, please call Marty Miller at (512) 808-6092.

The Farmacy Community Garden

The garden was established to provide organic produce for clients of the Helping Hand of Spicewood Crisis Ministry. The Farmacy Team also hopes to empower individuals to take control of their health through hands-on nutrition education & by promoting the healthy eating habits that can combat illness & disease. Finally, we strive to create volunteer & learning opportunities for community members of all ages.

Whether you can volunteer your talent, time, or

provide financial support, we need you!

Volunteers are welcome every Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday at 9am behind the library at 1011 Spur 191, Spicewood, TX 78669.  For more information email

Disaster Relief – We are always looking for ways to help in emergency situations. In 2017, we made significant contributions to Hurricane Relief Efforts. We sent mission groups and money to LaGrange, Houston, and several others. 

Habitat for Humanity - Austin Habitat for Humanity works with families and individuals to turn their dream of being a homeowner into a reality. Homeowners make a small cash down payment followed by 300 hours of sweat equity. Bee Creek UMC partners with Austin Habitat for Humanity to help in the building process. This past October, volunteers from Bee Creek UMC participated in a work day, and the group was so productive that they were able to sheetrock the entire house and paint the exterior! For more information about the next Habitat build, or to volunteer, please contact Steve McKinney at