Alamo’s Primera spans border with love


Primera Iglesia Bautista in Alamo, Texas—a longtime servant to immigrants on the U.S.-Mexico border, has stepped up its ministry in the face of desperate need.

For months, Primera Alamo has provided food, hygiene kits and plush toys to immigrants on the bridge between Matamoros, Mexico, and Brownsville, Texas. 

Recently, Pastor Alvaro Corrales delivered food and supplies to ministries in Matamoros and nearby Reynosa, which are serving the refugees on the south side of the border.

Fellowship Southwest applauds Primera Alamo’s ongoing commitment to the people Jesus called “the least of these.” We feel grateful to support the ministries of churches like Primera. They feed and shelter and demonstrate the love of Jesus to immigrants on their doorsteps.

To help provide food and supplies for ministries provided by these churches, click here.

Jay Pritchard