Email Mission@crossroadspres.org for more information.
The second Thursday of each month from 6:00-8:00 p.m. Prepare, deliver, and or serve dinner to women and families at the center experiencing homelessness. Contact: Pat Vicenzi
Chili Guys – St. Ben’s
The Chili Guys have been meeting Tuesday mornings, 7:00-8:00 a.m. for over 15 years. The group organized as a way to use excess venison from their deer hunting adventures to provide gallons of chili for St. Ben’s daily meal program. Interested? Fellowship and share some of your time (an hour twice a month), talent (venison from your hunting adventures), or treasure (as we are self funded: contribute to Crossroads with “Chili Fund” in the memo) would be greatly appreciated! Contact: Dick Janssen
Family Sharing: Feed a Family
Click here for a list of items requested by Family Sharing during this month. Drop off your purchase at the Mission board grocery cart or deliver your donations directly to Family Sharing in Grafton.
Family Promise – works to rebuild lives with compassion by providing resources and services to individuals and families experiencing or at risk of homelessness in Ozaukee County, Wisconsin. Crossroads and 16 other congregations partner to provide meals for shelter guests Monday – Friday, organize supply drives of basic needs, and volunteer for the Kids Care Program. Additional volunteer opportunities may become available, including resume building, hands-on activities for children, staff support during the evening and weekend hours, financial literacy programs, healthy parenting, nutrition, and on-site child-care. Contact: Suzy
Mission Garden – 2023
Contact Erin Goldschmidt if you’re interested in stepping up.
Produce is donated to Family Sharing as well as the Saukville Food Pantry. Our focus on vegetables produces heavily, and is easily prepared by families (beans, tomatoes, cucumbers, yellow squash and zucchini). The raised garden beds reduce the need for weeding and watering.
Tippecanoe Divine Intervention – Serve a meal or be an overnight prayer vigil supervisor in this ministry at Tippecanoe Presbyterian Church in Milwaukee; providing a safe and warm place for people to sleep during the winter months. Provide donations of bus passes, fair-trade coffee, creamer, sugar, new undergarments, gently used socks, toiletries, hand warmers, gloves, and hats.
Milwaukee Rescue Mission
MRM is an emergency shelter in Milwaukee serving men, women, and children facing homelessness. MRM provides meals, shelter, clothing, and long-term recovery programs, including education, job training, addiction recovery support, mentoring, and life-skills classes. Many volunteer opportunities are available year-round including sorting donations, serving meals, distributing clothing and hygiene items, wrapping Christmas gifts, and working with children at Cross Trainers Academy or during summer camp. Contact: Joann Steidinger