The Alzheimer's Association Houston & Southeast Texas Chapter consists of families, caregivers, scientists, health professionals, and concerned citizens who are committed to finding a cure for Alzheimer's Disease and to easing the burden of Alzheimer's Disease and related disorders on patients and their families and loved ones.
To eliminate Alzheimer's disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health.
A world without Alzheimer's disease.
|American Cancer Society|
The American Cancer Society is the nationwide community-based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives and diminishing suffering from cancer, through research, education, advocacy and service.
Help fight back, get involved and make a difference in the fight against cancer. There are many ways to support your American Cancer Society with tax-deductible donations, volunteer opportunities and life-changing events such as Making Strides Against Breast Cancer® and Relay For Life®.
4 Bayou Brandt Dr
Beaumont, Texas 77706
Hours: 8:00am - 4:30pm CST Closed for lunch 12:30-1:30
|American Heart Association-Golden Triangle|
Cardiovascular disease is the nation?s number one killer. Since 1924, we have been working to keep you, your loved ones and your community safe from heart disease and stroke. Find out more about our efforts through education, support, research and advocacy. Contact us 1-888-433-7220 ext 2432; Charla Davidson, Corporate Market Director or Amber Beck, Administrative Associate
|American Red Cross - Beaumont Chapter|
The American Red Cross is a humanitarian organization lead by volunteers and guided by Congressional Charter and the Fundamental Principals of the International Red CrossMovement, will provide relief to victims of disaster and help people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies. The Beaumont Chapter has been serving the community since May 29, 1917. The history of the Beaumont Chapter is replete with examples of everyday people doing extraordinary deeds to alleviate human suffering.
Anayat House, Inc. is a non-profit organization providing overnight accommodations for family members of patients at local Beaumont, Texas, hospitals; especially those patients in intensive care units, parents with newborns in the neonatal intensive care unit, and individuals with out-patient service needs.
See the website.
|ARC of Greater Beaumont|
The Arc is people – people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD), parents and other family members, and friends of people with IDD and professionals who work with them. The Arc is a grassroots organization with 140,000 members who are affiliated through approximately 1,000 state and local chapters across the nation.
Why does The Arc exist?
The Arc works to ensure that the estimated 7.2 million Americans with IDD have the services and supports they need to grow, develop and live in communities across the nation. These services include early intervention, health care, a free appropriate public education and supports for their families.
For adults, services and supports may include preparation for employment, help in finding a job, independent living skill training, leisure and recreation activities and any other supports they need.
The Arc also exists because people with IDD need help to ensure that their rights as citizens of this country are protected, and they are supported to live as they choose.
Finally, The Arc advocates for research and prevention of both the causes and the effects of intellectual and developmental disabilities.
|Art Museum of Southeast Texas|
The Art Museum of Southeast Texas (AMSET), Beaumont's fine art museum. AMSET offers exhibitions and education for adults and children, free of charge, seven days a week.
AMSET's collection consists of approximately 1,000 works of art (painting, sculpture, prints, photographs, folk and decorative arts) of the 19th, 20th and 21st Centuries, with an emphasis on American art, and a growing regional collection of folk art.
Hours and Information:
Monday through Friday: 9 am - 5 pm;
Saturday: 10 am - 5 pm;
Sunday: noon - 5 pm
Closed major holidays.
Admission always FREE. Donations accepted.
Two Magnolias serves lunch in Café Arts Monday through Friday 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
All areas and galleries are wheelchair and stroller accessible.
Museum parking lot - free parking.
|Baptist Hospitals of Southeast Texas Foundation|
Founded in 2009, the Baptist Hospitals of Southeast Texas Foundation is a 501 (c) 3 organization that is led by an outstanding volunteer board of directors.
The Baptist Hospitals of Southeast Texas Foundation will provide additional support and funding for Baptist Hospitals in order to facilitate the ongoing provision of high quality health services in a Christian environment through sacred work every day.
Making a Difference
Through the overwhelming generosity and involvement of our community, the Baptist Hospitals Foundation has quickly been established as a valuable resource for Baptist Beaumont and Baptist Orange Hospitals. Through fundraising events like La Soirée, the Cajun Classic golf tournament, annual employee giving campaigns, Kids with a Heart for Art, among other activities, the Foundation supports many hospital programs and services. From the Children?s Unit to the Baptist Cancer Center, the Foundation is helping Baptist Hospitals build a healthier community, one patient at a time.
|Beaumont Ballet Theatre Guild|
The Beaumont Ballet Theatre is a non-profit dance company that is proud of earned membership to Dance Masters of America and Regional Dance America/ Southwest. The company provides an outstanding training ground for careers and emerging professionals while stimulating appreciation of the dance arts through quality productions of classical and contemporary works.
It was founded in 1982 by Artistic Director Miss Bonnie Cokinos. The BBT is recognized for its free school productions of Cinderella. The ballet has been performed since 1984 as a gift to the children of Southeast Texas. Company dancers have been the recipients of scholarships and hold numerous titles. Performances are supported through ticket sales, donations by Angels of the Arts such as the Southeast Texas Arts Council and by the volunteer efforts of the Beaumont Ballet Theatre Guild.
Beaumont Ballet Theatre, 4555 Calder, Beaumont, TX 77706
|Beaumont Botanical Gardens|
This 23.5 acre garden of ever-changing beauty is located near the entrance to Tyrrell Park. Our paved Friendship Walk offers excellent views of the various theme gardens, as well as allowing easy access for strollers and wheelchairs. Benches along the way invite you to rest a moment and “take time to smell the flowers.” The outdoor gardens are open every day during regular hours at Tyrrell Park. The Warren Loose Conservatory is open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mon, Tues., Thurs., Fri. and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sat. and Sun., Closed on Wed. and major holidays. There is no charge--donations are welcome.
The Beaumont Council of Garden Clubs raises funds for development and maintenance of the gardens, and oversees the management of the gardens.
The Bert & Jack Binks Horticultural Center offers a collection of original botanical art to enjoy.
The Warren Loose Conservatory houses tropical and rain-forest plants from around the world.
Our large meeting building is in the center of the area.
The “In God We Trust, United We Stand, September 11, 2001 Memorial Garden” is a special feature facing the parking lot.
We are located in a migratory bird flyway, so this is a great place for birdwatching. The local chapter of the Audubon Society, the Golden Triangle Audubon Society, meets regularly in the meeting building on the grounds.
|Beaumont Children's Museum|
Through creative, interactive programming, the Beaumont Children?s Museum provides all children and families with an accessible environment that opens a window to the world around them and encourages them to look within and beyond.
The museum will be known locally and beyond for having:
- Competent and passionate staff and volunteers.
- A committed base of members, donors and volunteers.
- A sustainable business model with diverse income streams.
- Resources for everyone who cares about the well-being of children.
- High repeat visitation due to changing exhibits and popular permanent activities and programs.
|Beaumont Community Players|
Beaumont Community Players (BCP) has been in existence for over seventy-five years, entertaining audiences with professional quality Broadway plays and musicals that range from Rodgers and Hammerstein to Neil Simon. Established in 1925, as the "Little Theatre", the local volunteer thespians have expanded from a small troupe performing at the City of Beaumont's Fair Park, to a myriad of Southeast Texas talents continuing this same tradition and engaging in collaborative performances with the Symphony of Southeast Texas, Lamar University Theatre Department and other arts-related organizations.
Boasting an annual season show subscription in addition to an extensive children's summer program, BCP is the only non-profit community based performance organization for local citizenry. With a season show attendance of approximately 3,000, over 150 children participating in KIDmunity summer productions and 600 in summer show attendance, the organization serves a multi-cultural diverse population in Southeast Texas.
|Beaumont Heritage Society|
The Beaumont Heritage Society is the voice of preservation in the community. Organized in 1967, the Heritage Society today has educational and civic purposes, to preserve and assist in the preservation of landmarks, documents, pictures, names, mementos, and instruments of historical value, and to preserve the natural beauty of Beaumont, Texas.
|Ben J Rogers Regional Visitors Center|
The Ben J. Rogers Regional Visitors Center at 5055 Interstate 10 South in Beaumont provides assistance and information to travelers throughout the nine county area including Chambers, Galveston, Hardin, Jasper, Jefferson, Liberty, Orange, Newton and Tyler.
Hours: Monday - Sunday, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Best Years Senior Center|
The Best Years Senior Center offers a number of services and activities which are offered on an on-going basis for adults 55 years and older. The center was created with love and hope to all adults who have been teachers in life ... no matter what roles you had in your ?working for a living? years. Now is the time for you to relax and enjoy a new part of life - leisure, laughing, and recreational fun.
780 South Fourth Street
Beaumont, Texas 77701
|Better Business Bureau|
BBB's mission is to be the leader in advancing marketplace trust.
BBB accomplishes this mission by:
- Creating a community of trustworthy businesses
- Setting standards for marketplace trust
- Encouraging and supporting best practices
- Celebrating marketplace role models, and;
- Denouncing substandard marketplace behavior
|Big Thicket Association|
The Big Thicket Association, a 501-c-3 organization, founded in 1964, was formed to save remnants of the once extensive historic Big Thicket forests with its remarkable diversity. The Association's efforts led to the establishment of the Big Thicket National Preserve in 1974 (a National Park System Unit, the first National Preserve). Threats to the fledgling Preserve have proliferated over the years and in 2003 the Preserve was designated by the National Parks Conservation Association as one of America's Ten Most Endangered National Parks, and in 2007, the Neches River (part of the Preserve) was named by the American Rivers Association as one of America's Most Endangered Rivers.
|Big Thicket National Preserve|
Life of all types abounds in the Big Thicket. This national preserve protects the incredible diversity of life found where multiple habitats converge in southeast Texas. Hiking trails and waterways meander through nine different ecosystems, from longleaf pine forests to cypress-lined bayous. It is a place of discovery, a place to wander and explore, a place to marvel at the richness of nature.
Approximately 40 miles of hiking trails wind through Big Thicket National Preserve, allowing hikers to observe many different ecosystems. Trails range from a 0.3-mile boardwalk loop to 15 miles.
There are no developed campgrounds or campsites in the Preserve, but primitive camping is allowed in many areas. The visitor center issues free camping permits.
Village Creek and the Neches River provide many paddling options for canoeists and kayakers, ranging from just a few hours to several days. The preserve includes two Texas State Paddling Trails: the 21-mile Village Creek Paddling Trail and the 5-mile Cooks Lake Paddling Trail. Local outfitters can provide equipment and shuttle services.
Big Thicket National Preserve lies in the path of 2 major migratory bird flyways. Bird migration peaks between March and early May. Approximately 185 bird species either live in the Preserve or migrate through it. The more sought-after birds are the red-cockaded woodpecker, brown-headed nuthatch, and Bachman's sparrow. The Sundew Trail tends to be a good place to see nutchatches, woodpeckers, and other bird species. The visitor center sells a checklist of birds found in Big Thicket National Preserve.
Hunting is allowed in 5 units of the Preserve during the fall hunting season. Hunters must get a free hunting permit from the Preserve visitor center and must also have a valid State of Texas hunting license.
|Catholic Charities of Southeast Texas|
We are a tax-exempt, multi-program service organization serving nine counties in Southeast Texas. Inspired by the social teachings of the Church, we currently provide services in the areas of children and family services, immigration services, parish and social ministry, and advocacy. All services are available to anyone, regardless of their religion, race, color, sex, national origin, age, disability or citizenship status.
Our Mission Statement is “Providing Help and Creating Hope” - People of faith providing solutions to targeted human needs, aspiring towards a universal community that preserves and supports the dignity of all.
|Christus Health Foundation|
The CHRISTUS Health Foundation (CHF) was developed to assist CHRISTUS Health in providing excellent and exemplary healthcare services to our many communities.
CHRISTUS Health, an international Catholic, faith-based, not-for-profit health system, is headquartered in Dallas and is comprised of almost 350 services and facilities, including more than 50 hospitals and long-term care facilities, 175 clinics and outpatient centers, and dozens of other health ministries and ventures in more than 60 cities in Texas, New Mexico, Arkansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Georgia, Utah and Mexico. Local Christus hospitals include St. Elizabeth in Beaumont and St. Mary in Port Arthur. See the hospital website here.
The system employs more than 28,000 Associates--including 8,000 physicians on facility medical staffs--that provide care and support for patients. CHRISTUS Health is listed among the top ten Catholic health systems in the United States.
|Christus Hospital St. Elizabeth|
CHRISTUS Hospital-St. Elizabeth, a 434-bed health care facility, is located in Beaumont, Texas, and is the largest hospital between Houston and Baton Rouge. Sophisticated technology, skilled professionals and compassionate care combine to make St. Elizabeth the regional leader in bariatrics, cardiology, emergency/trauma, imaging/diagnostics, neurology, oncology, outpatient services, rehabilitation, spine/joint, surgery, women and children's services, wound care/hyperbarics, and is designated as the only Level III Trauma Center in the area. St. Elizabeth utilizes cutting-edge technology to care for patient's needs, including advanced clinical documentation systems, electronic medical record document scanning and archival system, and picture archive computer system (PACS) in cardiology and radiology, all of which streamlines physician access to patient medical information. In addition, St. Elizabeth offers bedside medication verification barcode scanning, wireless access for patients and guests, self-service patient kiosks, and mobile PDA devices for medical staff to perform dictation and e-prescribing as well as view clinical results.
|Clifton Steamboat Museum|
Step back and relive the spirit of history featuring "Heroes...Past, Present, and Future," honoring our military and civilian heroes. The Clifton Steamboat Museum is located at 8727 Fannett Rd, Beaumont, Texas. Our museum consists of a spacious 24,000 square feet, two-story museum that is handicap accessible, and contains various exhibits that are sure to please individuals of all ages.
The art galleries bring life to the Wars fought in Southeast Texas and Louisiana, as well as the Steamboat era, World War I, World War II, Korea, and Vietnam. The Clifton Steamboat Museum Upper art galleries feature original bronze sculptures, Native American artists, wildlife, and frontier paintings from famous artists. A special gallery in the museum is dedicated to the Boy Scouts with artifacts dating back before the 1960's.
Outside the museum is the 1938 tugboat, "Hercules," standing at 36 feet high, 22 feet wide and 92 feet long.
Tours are available by appointment only. Please call (409)842-3162 for more information regarding the Clifton Steamboat Museum.
The Clifton Steamboat Museum Complex is a beautiful meeting place and entertainment facility for groups up to 300. Banquet facilities are available to accommodate any type of party, seminar, meeting or reunion.
|Coushatta Casino Resort|
Louisiana's premier casino resort features a 100,000 square foot gaming floor, over 500 luxurious hotel rooms, a luxury RV resort, six fabulous restaurants, live entertainment and more. Opened in 1995, Coushatta Casino Resort today is a magnificent complex that employs 2,600 people and remains an integral part of the area's economy.
Throughout its history, the resort has continued to expand both in size and services, reflecting the Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana's sincere commitment to comfort and convenience for its guests.
Efforts implemented by the Coushatta Tribe, including major utilities improvements and educational opportunities, have helped to greatly enhance the lives of resort employees and their families.
Coushatta Casino Resort's dedication to superior service may best be proven by, among many other things, transportation and accommodations for executives and preferred guests to and from the resort.
|Education First Federal Credit Union|
Education First Federal Credit Union creates opportunities to educate members and the community about their financial livelihoods - rather than selling products and services.
The service our Education First FCU provides is unique and focused on educating their members. The trusted financial advice and education Education First offers their members is what distinguishes us from other financial institutions.
Education First Federal Credit Union is not just about selling financial products and services - they stand first for financial education.
|Family Services of Southeast Texas|
We are a social services agency that was founded in 1930. Our mission is to strengthen and empower families, individuals and communities through accessible behavioral health services, shelter services, education and advocacy. We provide a range of services that respond to the needs of families, individuals and the community. The quality of our services exceeds client and community expectations. We act with integrity, trust, honesty, respect and fiscal responsibility. We recognize the inherent worth in every individual and the strength that comes from diversity. Individually and collectively, we act to make the greatest positive impact. On of the services we offer is Twogether Marriage Workshops. See this website here.
221 ACRES . . . FIVE FACILITIES . . . ONE FORD PARK!
Ford Pavilion is a 14,000-seat Pavilion with first class amenities including state-of-the-art lighting and sound, ample parking and restroom facilities, food and beverage plazas and lots of space. to enjoy a relaxing evening under the stars. Ford Arena, Ford Exhibit Hall and Ford Midway opened in Fall 2003. The Ford Arena is a 8,500 seat multi-purpose home to the ABA Southeast Texas' Mavericks. The Arena also hosts concerts, rodeos, circuses, motor sports, ice shows and many other special events. Ford Exhibit Hall has 48,000 sq. ft. of exhibit space and is attached to the Arena, offering a combined 83,000 sq. ft. of contiguous space. The Exhibit Hall includes eight individual meeting rooms, 11,000 sq. ft.of lobby/pre-function space, a full-service kitchen for catering, concessions and restrooms. Ford Midway is a 9-acres paved midway with plenty of room for festivals, fairs, and rodeos. Structures in Ford Midway include a 45,000 sq. ft. practice arena, over 25,000 sq ft of covered barn space and a dedicated parking area. Ford Fields is comprised of twelve championship caliber fast pitch softball/youth baseball fields.
|Golden Triangle Quilt Guild|
The purpose of this non profit organization is to develop an appreciation for the art of quilting and its history, to provide a common organization for persons
who love quilts, and to educate the public on the history and artistry of quilt making.We offer Monthly guest lecturers, workshops, retreats, extensive library, a network of like-minded individuals, new friends, Quilting bees, Biennial Quilt show, and Biennial Quilt Auction.
|Greater Beaumont Chamber of Commerce|
The Greater Beaumont Chamber of Commerce serves its members and community as a catalyst to have a positive impact on the economic well-being of Beaumont and the surrounding region.
|Greater Port Arthur Chamber of Commerce|
The Greater Port Arthur Chamber of Commerce works with local industry, public entities, major purchasers, developers and other businesses to help ensure that local companies are utilized for area projects and offers lobbying efforts to assist with issues critical to our area such as working for approval of street and highway expansion and improvements, ports and waterway developments, air traffic service, and various other types of legislative issues. The Chamber provides demographic and economic resource information to those looking to expand or open new businesses as well as other benefits. To Learn more visit the Chamber website or call them at 409.963.1107
|Habitat For Humanity of Jefferson County|
Habitat for Humanity of Jefferson County is part of a global, nonprofit housing organization operated on Christian principles that seeks to put God’s love into action by building homes, communities and hope.
Habitat for Humanity of Jefferson County is dedicated to eliminating substandard housing locally and worldwide through constructing, rehabilitating and preserving homes; by advocating for fair and just housing policies; and by providing training and access to resources to help families improve their shelter conditions.
Habitat for Humanity of Jefferson County has an open-door policy: All who believe that everyone needs a decent, affordable place to live are welcome to help with the work, regardless of race, religion, age, gender, political views or any of the other distinctions that too often divide people. In short, Habitat welcomes volunteers and supporters from all backgrounds and also serves people in need of decent housing regardless of race or religion. As a matter of policy, Habitat for Humanity International and its affiliated organizations do not proselytize. This means that Habitat will not offer assistance on the expressed or implied condition that people must either adhere to or convert to a particular faith, or listen and respond to messaging designed to induce conversion to a particular faith.
|Hope Women's Resource Clinic|
The Hope Women's Resource Clinic (DBA Hope Center for Crisis Pregnancy) is a charitable organization that is committed to assisting women in crisis pregnancies by providing free and compassionate, practical and life-affirming services.
Hope was established in 1995, founded by a small group of concerned Christians seeking to educate the public on all available pregnancy options. What sets this center apart from various social service agencies is the love of trained volunteers and its free services, which include pregnancy testing, ultrasound, confidential peer counseling on pregnancy options, material resources, parenting training, mentoring and post-abortion support to women and men facing unplanned pregnancies and related issues.
The clinic is a non-profit 501c3 tax-exempt organization with a small paid staff and many volunteers. The purpose and delight of The Hope Women's Resource Clinic is to provide all clients with dignity and confidentiality while meeting their physical, emotional, and most importantly, spiritual needs.
Lamar Athletics includes 17 programs and comprises more than 400 students. Keep current with all of the Lamar sports by going to their website or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lamar University offers more than 150 programs of study that lead to bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees. There are more than 100 student clubs, organizations, honor societies, fraternities and sororities from which to choose. The eight-story Mary and John Gray library includes resources that exceed 1,000,000 volumes and has electronic access to millions more. With an enrollment that exceeds 13,000 and continues to grow, Lamar continues to offer a personalized environment and a student/faculty ratio that focuses on individual success.
|Lamar University Small Business Development Center|
Turning small businesses into smart businesses, the Lamar University Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is a low cost business consulting and training center in the Texas Gulf Coast SBDC Network. The center serves clients in Jefferson, Hardin, Jasper, Newton, Orange and Chambers counties. Lamar’s SBDC prides itself on providing the community with the knowledge and guidance needed for you to pursue your business endeavors!
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|Leland Best Fine Arts Academy|
First United Methodist Church is proud to announce the opening of The Leland Best Fine Arts Academy. We will be offering classes and private lessons in Music, Art, Drama, Dance, and yoga. With the cut backs in public school fine arts programs, Leland Best Fine Arts Academy will be a perfect place for families to participate in a wide variety of Fine Arts.We will be offering programs in: Strings, Woodwinds, Brass, Piano, Voice, Beginning guitar, After school beginning guitar, Art (Opens Jan.1, 2015), Drama, Dance, and Yoga, as well as accepting auditions for the Triangle Community Children’s Choir (TCCC).
The Leland Best Fine Arts Academy is here to offer the Best in Fine Arts for every member of your family beginning with 4th graders all the way to adults.For further information and registration, visit our website or call 409-832-0295 ext.14.
Lutcher Theater is a 1,450-seat performing arts facility owned by the Nelda C. and H.J. Lutcher Stark Foundation and operated by Lutcher Theater, Inc. It is the largest performing arts series from Houston, Texas, to Jacksonville, Florida, with annual attendance at approximately 30,000 adults and children.
Since its opening with Liberace in February of 1980, the Theater has hosted the best in world class entertainment. It serves as a showplace for all the finest in performing arts, ranging from traveling Broadway plays to musical groups to one-man acts. Its Children's Performing Arts Series for Kids is one of the largest performing arts series of touring companies for children in a four-state area comprised of Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Arkansas. Lutcher Theater offers individual tickets as well as season ticket packages. Call us at 409-886-5535
The McFaddin-Ward House was built in 1905-1906 in the striking and distinctive Beaux-Arts Colonial style. The building and its furnishings reflect the lifestyle of the prominent family which lived in the house for seventy-five years.
The museum features volunteer docent-led tours of the home, year-round events, a carriage house, and gardens.
The McFaddin-Ward House Museum offers tours of the home, carriage house, and gardens. Tours are available for school groups as well as the general public, over the age of eight.
To make a reservation or learn more about our school group tours, please call (409) 832-2134.
|Nutrition and Services for Seniors|
Nutrition & Services for Seniors is a non-profit agency dedicated to providing innovative, effective programs that assist older adults in leading quality lives while maintaining dignity and independence. We're located at 4590 Concord Road, Beaumont, TX 77703 (409) 892-4455.
|Paradise RV Resort & Waterpark|
Paradise Waterpark is Southeast Texas stay and play family fun park. We offer RV Rentals or hookups for your RV and Campgrounds for you to stay and enjoy the beautiful outdoors. For the summer months we open our waterpark with fun activities for all ages - large slides, spraying fountains, lazy river and more. To see the RV Park: http://www.pwoftexas.com/
4675 Hwy 96 S.
Silsbee, TX 77656
Phone: (409) 385-7946/(877) 385-7946
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|Redeemer Lutheran Church|
In 1959, the Reverend Gerar Isenberg was called to start a church on the north side of Beaumont and to serve as its first pastor. Eighty-Four people attended the first worship service in the First Federal Savings and Loan building on Eleventh Street. The church was organized with 47 communicants, 77 baptized members and 19 voting members. The congregation rented and renovated a large house at 4305 Concord Road to serve as the temporary home.
A tract of land at 4330 Crow Road was acquired and on February 12, 1961 the ground breaking ceremony for Redeemer's permanent home was held. The completed building was dedicated on August 13, 1961.
The church has continued to grow and now includes a Family Life Center for recreation, education and meetings and a Children's Center providing a caring Christian environment for daily daycare. With over 300 communicate members, we welcome you to explore God with us!
Traditional Service 8:00 AM
Contemporary Service 10:45 AM
Sunday School: 9:20
On the 5th Sunday of any month, Sunday School 9 am &
Service at 10 am followed by Luncheon
|Salvation Army of Beaumont Corp|
"The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church.Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God, Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination."
Our Beaumont Corp has a Thrift Store at 4295 College.
|Samaritan Counseling Center of Southeast Texas|
Samaritan Counseling Center was founded on the philosophy that all people needing professional counseling services should have access to them. In accordance with their mission, Samaritan Counseling Center has been providing professional individual, family and group counseling services to Southeast Texans for 25 years. The vision continues to provide counseling services at an affordable rate.
Located at 7980 Anchor Drive, Bldg 500 in Port Arthur, we're here to promote the healing and growth of the mind, body, and spirit of persons, and the reconciliation of couples, families, organizations and congregations by integrating faith traditions and behavioral sciences.
|Southeast Texas Arts Council|
Neither a museum nor a performance venue, the Southeast Texas Arts Council is the place for square-one funding of arts and humanities efforts. We promote. We advocate. We educate. We collaborate. We grant. It is our sole mission to uplift the inspired work of established and emerging arts and humanities programs in Jefferson, Hardin, and Orange Counties. The Southeast Texas Arts Council (SETAC) strives to promote knowledge and appreciation of the arts and humanities in Jefferson, Orange, and Hardin Counties by providing financial assistance, publicity, administrative resources, and advocacy to arts organizations in the tri-county region.
|Southeast Texas Strides|
Lions Clubs across District 2-S1 and the Southeast Texas area are working in conjunction with Southeast Texas Strides in holding an Annual Diabetes Awareness event. This event promotes Diabetes Awareness, how to treat and manage the effects of diabetes, and also promotes the Texas Lions Camp and it’s Diabetes Education efforts.
All proceeds of the event will benefit the Texas Lions Camp for Children. Texas Lions Camp provides children with disabilities, including diabetes, the opportunity to attend a one week session at no charge to the child. The Camp has two diabetes sessions each summer and a Diabetes Management Retreat in the spring. All proceeds from the Strides Walk will go to enhance those sessions and programs.
The Lions of District 2-S1 have raised approx. $20.000 for the Texas Lions Camp since starting the program in 2012.
|Spindletop-Gladys City Boomtown|
Gladys City is a welcoming place where young and old, alike, may discover their individual talents, potentials and greatness through rich, communal experiences inspired by the history, significance and legacy of Spindletop. We strive to be an integral part of the academic and social life of the Lamar University, provide rich learning experiences for our visitors, be an active and engaged member of the community, create a more sustainable organization, uphold the highest standards of professionalism and stewardship, and explore the possibilities and limits of an academic museum.
Through a self-guided tour, visitors to Gladys City experience 15 replica buildings filled with objects from the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries that depict life during Spindletop oil boom. From a saloon and post office to a general store and livery stable, visitors get a glimpse of what it might have been like to work and live in the oilfield.
|St. Anne Catholic School|
St. Anne Catholic School was founded in 1937 as the parish school for St. Anne Catholic Church
in theDiocese of Beaumont. St. Anne School has pjrovided quality academic work and exceptional co-curricular educational opportunities to thousands of students for more than seventy years. The school opened as a four-room schoolhouse staffed by the Sisters of St. Mary of Namur,
Belgium, from 1937 through the school term of 1972-73. The first principal was S
Over the years, the school has grown into a multi-facility physical plant with full gymnasium and cafeteria, two academic buildings with fully-equipped science laboratory and large library. With a projector, SMART™ Board, and 3-computer workstations in EVERY classroom, St. Anne is equipped with more state-of-the-art technology tools than any other school in the area.
|St. Mark's Church|
We're a church in downtown Beaumont that believes the mission of the Church is to restore all people to unity with God and each other in Christ. We believe that the Church pursues its mission as it prays and worships, proclaims the Gospel and promotes justice, peace and love. We believe that the Church carries out its mission through the ministry of all its members.
|Stark Museum of Art|
The Stark Museum of Art in Orange, Texas, houses one of the nation?s most significant collections of American Western art. The Stark Museum of Art is a program of the Nelda C. and H.J. Lutcher Stark Foundation, a non-profit organization.
|Symphony of Southeast Texas|
The Symphony of Southeast Texas, formerly the Beaumont Symphony Orchestra, was founded by the Beaumont Symphony Society in 1953. The first performance, held on May 12th of that year, was the start of the Beaumont Symphony Society's mission to advance and promote a further appreciation of symphonic music, and to present student concerts to further the musical education of the region.
The Symphony of Southeast Texas is supported by hundreds of individuals and businesses from throughout the Southeast Texas region as well as by the Southeast Texas Arts Council and the Texas Commission on the Arts. Its season includes four Master Series Concerts plus a Pops Concert, a Holiday concert, four free Youth Concerts for area students, and a free Fourth of July concert in conjunction with the City of Beaumont's July 4th activities.
The Symphony's 70-member Board of Directors is comprised of civic and business leaders from the Golden Triangle region. The Symphony's administrative staff includes an Executive Director and an Administrative Assistant. Part-time employees include the positions of orchestra Personnel Manager, Librarian and Stage Manager.
The Symphony of Southeast Texas contracts approximately 65 musicians who audition for their positions and are paid for all season rehearsals and performances. Symphony musicians come from communities throughout Southeast Texas and Southwest Louisiana. Many of the orchestra?s principal musicians are on the faculty of Lamar University and several Lamar University students who perform in the orchestra receive Symphony scholarships.
The Symphony of Southeast Texas is supported by the state and national award-winning Symphony League of Beaumont. The League provides generous financial support to the Symphony as well as logistical support for educational programming and concert production. Open to any person interested in working on behalf of the Symphony of Southeast Texas, the Symphony League of Beaumont boasts a membership of over 500 people.
Temple Emanuel: A sacred Jewish journey to enrich lives. We are a proud congregation with a proud history of commitment and contribution to our community.
Shabbat Worship is held every Friday evening and Saturday morning. Our Shabbat worship is always open to the public. Everyone is welcome and we encourage individuals and groups to visit and join us.
Erev Shabbat Worship Friday Evenings at 6:00 PM
Friday evening Erev Shabbat Worship is conducted in our historic main sanctuary and serve as our main worship service at Temple Emanuel. Worship is led out of our Movement (Union of for Reform Judaism) prayer book Mishkan T'filah and is a mixture of Hebrew and English liturgy as well as traditional and contemporary music (organ & guitar).
First Friday Folk Celebration of Shabbat
On the first Friday of the month, from August thru June, we offer our Folk Celebration for Shabbat. On Folk Shabbat Friday we give our organ the evening off and experience an engaging and inspiring contemporary Shabbat service using guitars, flutes and clarintes.
Shabbat Morning Worship & Torah Study Saturday Mornings at 8:00 AM
Shabbat Morning Worship & Torah Study are held in our Kol Israel Chapel located in our Administration Building next to the Sanctuary on Forrest Street. Shabbat morning our worship takes a turn toward the "traditional Conservative Jewish" style. Our service is led by a member of teh congregation and is conducted almost entirely in Hebrew. At the conclusion of the service Rabbi Taub leads the assembled group in a stimulating and engaging study of the weekly Torah portion. This service is open to anyone and everyone who wishes to join us for pray & study on Shabbat morning. Our Saturday worship & study generally conclude by 10:00 AM.
Ubi Caritas is rooted in our belief in the living God, we seek to carry on the ministry of Jesus Christ through healing, teaching and acts of mercy. We value dignity, mercy, quality, accountability and our motto is Ubi caritas et amor Deus ibi est - (Where mercy and love dwell, God is there.) Our vision is Ubi Caritas...through the cooperative efforts of its partnerships, will seek to perceive clearly and respond creatively to the economic, social and health challenges of the people of southeast Texas. We pledge to mobilize resources in order to provide accessible, affordable and accountable health care and health education, promoting healing and wholeness in body, mind and spirit.
|United Methodist Temple|
We are a mosaic of people coming from all over the mid and south Jefferson county area and beyond. While we have differing backgrounds and experiences, we are united by our faith in Jesus Christ. We endeavor to be a continuous reflection of the grace of God as we reach out to others, seeking only to connect people in deeper and more meaningful relationships with God and with each other. This is reflected in our vision: "A joyful people coming to Christ in a deeper, more intimate relationship, empowered and emboldened by the Spirit of God to restore hope, break down barriers, enrich lives, and reshape futures toward the fulfillment of God's purposes."
9:00 Praise and Worship
10:00 Unplugged Worship
Come as you are and join us for a more casual atmosphere and have coffee and fellowship before the services start. At 9:00 the Praise Team leads us in Plugged-in Worship (drums, electric guitars and acoustic) and the 10:00 service is Unplugged Worship (acoustic only) to familiar lyrics of Hillsong, Chris Tomlin just to name a few. Services are complete with prayer, relevant Biblical preaching, and the opportunity to step into our faith journeys in deeper and more meaningful ways. Twice a month our Children's Director will present a children's sermon during our time together.
11:05 Traditional Worship
In this service you will commonly see more dresses, suits and slacks; but don't let that stop you from coming just as you are. This worship service is rich with liturgy and church tradition. Hymns are the foundation of our singing, led by the Chancel Choir and accompanied instrumentally by the pipe organ and piano. Participation is encouraged as we actively engage in worship through a Call to Worship, a recitation of the Apostle's Creed and the Lord's Prayer.
|W. H. Stark House|
The 14,000 square-foot home was built in 1894 in Orange, Texas, by William Henry Stark and his wife, Miriam M. Lutcher Stark, prominent philanthropists who occupied the home until 1936. Designed in the Queen Anne architectural style, the house features a distinctive turret, stained glass windows, and ornate woodwork in cypress and long leaf yellow pine.
Today, the three-story structure stands much as it did at the turn of the 20th century, with fifteen rooms of original family furnishings, personal effects and decorative arts, including antique rugs, original textiles, silver, cut glass, and antique porcelain. Also featured are the Stark family's impressive collections of American Brilliant Period cut glass, pressed and pattern glass, milk glass, porcelains, and other 18th and 19th century decorative accessories. The interior of both the W.H. Stark House and its adjacent Carriage House depicts the home life of the Starks in the early 1900s and provides an extraordinary statement of Texas' social history.
The W.H. Stark House is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and designated as a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark by the Texas Historical Commission. It is operated as a program of the Nelda C. and H.J. Lutcher Stark Foundation, a private foundation established in 1961 by H.J. Lutcher Stark, the only surviving child of W.H. and Miriam Stark.
|Wesley United Methodist Church|
Over 100 years ago, in May of 1912, a group of people in Beaumont’s North End wanted to worship God in a church nearer to their homes, so they constructed a brush arbor at the corner of Liveoak and Cable. They furnished their humble little church with log pews and lanterns. A donated organ provided the music in their open air services and what is now Wesley United Methodist Church had officially begun. In 1913, the arbor was replaced by the construction of the Levicy Tevis Chapel and six years later the church officially became North End Methodist Church.
Today Wesley’s congregation numbers over 1,900. Traditions from each phase in the life of this church have been blended. From those who worshipped in the humble little arbor to the North End members who made the move west, to the Wesley families of today, our purpose remains to know God and to make God known.
8:00 am - Traditional - Sanctuary
9:00 am - Contemporary - Praise & Worship Center
10:30 am - Traditional - Sanctuary