Mission Metroplex


Arlington, TX
Founded: 1990
Current Status: Member
Member Since: April 27, 1999
ECFA accredited organization

Financial Data
Revenue  
   Cash Donations $4,599,332
   Noncash Donations $1,007,087
   Other Revenue $998,491
   Total Revenue $6,604,910
Expenses  
   Total Expenses $4,428,512
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
$2,176,398
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
$2,176,398
Total Assets $26,460,677
Total Liabilities $150,703
Net Assets $26,309,974

Data for year ended December 31, 2016
Per the organization's financial statements

Contact Information
Mission Metroplex
Arlington, TX
Tel: (817) 277-6620
Fax: (817) 277-3388
Website: http://www.missionarlington.org
Top Leader: Mrs. Tillie Burgin
Donor Contact: Mrs. Tillie Burgin

Ministry Description
Mission Metroplex began in 1990 to support, enhance and expand the ministries begun by Mission Arlington. As Mission Arlington began providing Bible Studies in apartment communities, it quickly became apparent the physical, emotional and intellectual needs of the people (as well as the spiritual) needed to be met. Mission Metroplex enables over 200 Bible Studies throughout the Arlington area to thrive through the effort of 2,000 volunteers. Other ministries include childcare, transportation, clothing, day shelter, furniture, household items, food pantry, medical clinic, adult day services, and counseling. Professional and non professional volunteers provide these services at no charge.

ServantMatch®
Mission Arlington/Mission Metroplex hosts the "World's Largest Easter Egg Hunt" for low-income children in Arlington, Texas. Every person who comes hears the Easter story of the resurrection of Jesus, eats a great meal, plays games and on inflatables, and the big event, hunting Easter eggs! Over 100,000 eggs and candy are needed , as well as resources for food and supplies. All of this is provided free of charge to the children and youth. Many have made decisions for Christ through this event.
Each October, Mission Arlington/Mission Metroplex hosts a fall festival for low-income children in Arlington, TX. This is provided free of charge to the children and their families. Food, games and many fun and safe activities are offered. This provides another opportunity to develop relationships with the people and show them God's love while enjoying fun activities.
The Christmas Store is open the two weeks before Christmas (Call for dates). Parents are allowed to shop for free gifts for their children. Every family that comes for help hears the Christmas Story from Luke Chapter 2 while they wait in line. Volunteers are needed to be personal shoppers, wrappers, carolers, and more. Childcare is also provided while parents shop and childcare workers are needed. Come as a group or on your own. We also need donations for supplies and Christmas gifts.
Mission Arlington/Mission Metroplex began in 1986 as a way to meet the spiritual needs of unchurched people in Arlington, Texas. The first goal was to begin 5 Bible Studies in apartment communities and neighborhoods in one year. It has grown to 294 Bible Studies with 4,200 in attendance. Bibles are always needed along with resources of all kinds to help people get on their feet so they can care for their families.
Mission Arlington/Mission Metroplex provides school supplies for low-income children in Arlington, Texas. This provides these children with the supplies they need to be successful and to be prepared for learning. We have seen through the years that if a child has his/her supplies, they feel confident and eager to learn, but if they are unprepared, they are inhibited and reluctant to engage in learning. Click the link below to see the kinds of school supplies we are collecting this year.
Each summer, Mission Arlington/Mission Metroplex provides a summer camp experience for low-income children in Arlington, Texas. There is no cost to the children and youth. Monetary donations will help us to offset the cost of providing the camp as well as a new t-shirt for each child and food for each child.
In the weeks before Thanksgiving, we will collect and prepare turkey dinners for delivery throughout the Arlington community. Volunteers are needed to sort and box canned goods and prepare meals throughout November. On Thanksgiving Day, all meals will be delivered before noon. We need your help! Come as an individual or a group. We are also accepting donations to purchase turkeys and other Thanksgiving food.

Ministry Sectors
  • Discipleship
  • Evangelism
  • Family & Marriage
  • Human Services & Medical

  • Ministry Types
  • Bible Study & Engagement (primary)
  • Counseling
  • Leadership Training
  • Medical, Dental, Health Svs
  • Church: Planting
  • Evangelism
  • Literature Pub/Distribution
  • Missions: Home