Community Lifeline Center

Established in 1989, Community Lifeline Center provides a lifeline to individuals and families in Collin County who are experiencing a crisis in their lives, affording assistance to clients so that they can get back to self-sufficiency. Assistance is provided through the Lifeline Food Market (which provides free food for short term emergency) and Emergency Expenses (such as, energy bill, rent/mortgage, medical & dental).

Community Lifeline Center exists because a community stands tallest when it kneels to offer a helping hand. They serve individuals and families who reside in the cities of Altoga, Anna, Blue Ridge, Celina, Copeville, Farmersville, Josephine, Lavon, Lowery Crossing, McKinney, Melissa, Nevada, New Hope, Princeton, Prosper, Westminster, and Weston.

From more information about this or other Serving Opportunities, contact Pastor Jeff.

Stonebridge UMC partners with Community Lifeline Center in fundraising efforts through the year. In 2017, Community Lifeline Center was the beneficiary of the Cruisin' for a Cause Car, Truck & Cycle Show. 

Contact Pastor Jeff for more information, or click here for the organization's