At some point in our lives, we've all felt like outsiders.

Maybe you've relocated to the city and it doesn't yet feel like home. Or you feel excluded, forgotten among your peers, like you'll never truly belong. Through these memories, each of us can imagine a little of what it must be like––the disorientation and homesickness experienced by refugees and immigrants. At its core, FAM Houston believes it takes insiders and outsiders befriending one another to live into God's beloved community.


Rev. Hannah Terry
Executive Director


Bella Campbell
Mission Year Intern


Board Members




Janet Allen 

Daniel Heathcock

Lindsey Heathcock

Thony Ngumbu

Daniel Scholl

Hannah Terry




Our Supporters

Partners, Sponsoring Organizations, and Donors



10.2017 | “Rev. Hannah Terry: In It for the Long Haul” [Houstonia Magazine]

09.2016 | “Meet the Minister Building Bridges Between Refugee Communities in Houston” [Houstonia Magazine]

04.2016 | “Who Is My Neighbor?” [Faith and Leadership at Duke Divinity School]

04.2015 | "Urban + Suburban: Churches Partner in Apartment Ministry" [Texas Annual Conference]

08.2012 | "Coming into View" [Together magazine, Westbury United Methodist Church]


01.2017 | “Houston in Black and White” [Houston Public Media, DiverseCity]

04.2016 | “Deep Listening” [Faith and Leadership at Duke Divinity School]

02.2015 | "James, Part 5" [St. Peter's United Methodist Church, Katy]

10.2014 | “Missional Imagination” [The Work of the People]


02.2017 | “Refugees, Apartment Buildings, and the Work of God" [Reports from the Spiritual Frontier]

01.2015 | "Musings of Millennial Ministers [Season 2, Episode #2]

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