Project Moses is a mission founded by parishioners to highlight the truths of human trafficking and share the Light of Christ with its survivors.
This ministry focuses on the scourge of human trafficking in our community through education and awareness, advocacy with legislators and law enforcement, and partnerships with many agencies working on the rights and rehabilitation of the many victims of this crime.
Recent Events and Upcoming Opportunities
More Volunteer Opportunites:
Monthly Meal Drop-off: Monthly meals provided for trafficking survivors and their families – For more information, please contact Project Moses.
5.4 times a day a trafficked child is purchased for sex.
Project Moses 2021
To support our 3 focus areas, the following activities were highlights of our ministry in 2021:
- Trauma Informed Care training by Rebecca Jowers, Founder of the Poiema Foundation
- Review of Texas Child Sex Trafficking Team by Dr. Tomi Grover, Office of the Governor
- North Texas Coalition Against Human Trafficking by Chad Frymire, President
- NTCAHT Survivor Scholarship Program – by Joy Brooks, Prayer For Freedom Founder
- Formation of Project Moses Gifts Committee led by Melissa Hensarling
- $13,619 in gifts provided to local survivors of human trafficking
- $28,505 received by Project Moses to support our activities fighting human trafficking
- Formation of Project Moses Communications and Public Relations Committee led by Keith Nix
- Project Moses accepted as GRACE members - Governor’s Response Against Child Exploitation
- 360 Survivor Meals Delivered, led by Sheryl Wylie, Sissy Massad, and Nancy Somodevilla
- 75 bags of Shelf Stable Meals/Snacks Collected, Assembled & Distributed
- Project Moses was recognized by the Children At Risk organization with their “Speaking Up + Speaking Out” Award
- Participation in the “R.E.A.L. Friends Don’t” Press Conference – An Education Program of the Office of the Texas Governor and the McCain Institute
Fighting for Freedom: Understanding Sex Trafficking | Watch the Recorded Panel Discussion
Everyone can play a role in the fight against human trafficking. Watch the recorded panel discussion to learn what is currently being done in our state and how you can play a role in this fight!
In October 2018, Project Moses presented a free community event, sponsored by Saint Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church, that brought together national, regional, and local experts in the field of human trafficking to provide information on research, law enforcement, and legislative fronts. A panel of human trafficking survivors was provided, offering a unique perspective into this horrific crime and the individual and community trauma caused by its existence.