Mission: Local

Our mission is to be an intentional community of Christ-followers that serves and transforms the community around us. We want to challenge people to take next steps in generous living, participating in projects in the community, and developing meaningful relationships with those we serve. For more information on the following mission opportunities contact: Mission & Outreach or Pastor Chris Spotts

Adoption & Orphan

s.p.A.r.c. Ministry

Sponsor . Pray . Adopt (foster) . Respite care . Consistent commitment

Now through February 25,  consider donating new PJ’s, socks, underwear, toothbrushes, toothpast for size newborn to big kid 16. Collection bins are at the Mission-Outreach board. The local organization, OneHope27 provides placement bags for children entering foster care.  Fanning the flames of hope and love in the hearts of orphaned and vulnerable children.  (view video) 

Family Promise

Family Promise Ministry provides shelter and services to Ozaukee County homeless families with children, with the goal of reversing the causes of homelessness and optimizing self-sufficiency. A network of area churches provide meals and overnight accommodations, with daytime services and shelter at a Port Washington day center.  Crossroads is committed to being a Family Promise Host Church, welcoming families into our facilities during the following week(s): February 25 – March 4, 2018

  • Volunteer:  serve meals, fellowship with guests, stay overnight at Crossroads, and set up and take down guest rooms. New volunteers will be trained.
  • Donate:  items currently needed for this ministry
  • Sign Up: receive updates and alerts about volunteer opportunities, donations, and hosting dates.

Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity in Milwaukee is in the middle of a 5-year plan to change the neighborhood as part of the Neighborhood Revitalization Plan.  The 2017 Habitat house, built by the Presbyterian Coalition, is in honor of Rev. Scott Hauser. It is located in the 2100 block of North 32nd Street in Milwaukee.

To join in building please register on the Habitat website.  Anyone over 16 years of age is welcome to help, but must be 18 to use power tools.  Click on Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity to learn more about the organization and their other opportunities to serve.  This is a fun opportunity to work with other members and learn construction and carpentry skills.
  

Donations

Habitat for Humanity in Milwaukee is in the middle of a 5-year plan to change the neighborhood as part of the Neighborhood Revitalization Plan.  The 2017 Habitat house, built by the Presbyterian Coalition, is in honor of Rev. Scott Hauser. It is located in the 2100 block of North 32nd Street in Milwaukee.

To join in building please register on the Habitat website.  Anyone over 16 years of age is welcome to help, but must be 18 to use power tools.  Click on Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity to learn more about the organization and their other opportunities to serve.  This is a fun opportunity to work with other members and learn construction and carpentry skills.