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Northside

3023 NW 24th St., Fort Worth, TX 76164

Fort Worth, TX

ADDRESS
3023 NW 24th St.
Fort Worth, TX 76106
Phone: (817) 624-3111
Fax: (817) 624-7710

OFFICERS
Lieutenants Armando and Mayela Acosta

Year-round Services

Food Pantry:
Wednesday from 9-11:30AM and 1-4:30PM

Seasonal Services

Overnight Warming Shelter:
Open when temperatures reach 40 degrees with wet conditions, 35 degrees in dry conditions or when there's a wind chill below 32
*Shelter is offered to families and single women, if space is available

Cooling Station: 
Monday-Thursday 9AM-12PM and 1-5PM
*Anytime the heat index reaches 100 degrees and above

Ministry Services

Worship:
Sunday at 11AM

Youth Sunday School:
Sunday from 10-10:45AM

Women's Ministry:
Wednesday from 10AM-12PM

Corps Cadets:
Sunday from 12:30-1:20PM

Music Instruction:
Sunday from 1:40-2:30PM

After School Program:
Monday-Friday from 2:30-6PM

 

NORTHSIDE COMMUNITY CENTER

North of downtown Fort Worth is a portion of the city commonly referred to as “Northside.” In this neighborhood of working poor, The Salvation Army ministers to the needs of all ages. The physical and spiritual development of the area’s children is addressed through a state-licensed childcare program. Here too, senior adults receive services and participate in activities that enhance their health and social well-being.

Summer Meals
The summer meals program operate through partnerships between USDA, state agencies and local organizations; to provide free hot meals to eligible low-income children during the summer months. We serve lunch daily to children and youth in the community during the summer months.

Please call us for more information about our Worship Services & Schedules.