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Community Outreach

 

Love your neighbor!

At Crossroads, we serve alongside Christian-based non-profit organizations that serve our community and advance the Kingdom of God.

Check out the tabs below to explore our ministry partners and their unique serving opportunities.

Can’t find the right fit? Contact Chris Fleming if you have questions or just want to find out more information. 
 

Intro to Outreach Class

Introduction to Outreach is an interactive class for those considering what their next step might be in serving. This 2.5 hour class includes: 

-Why the Gospel of Jesus is worth sharing

-The importance of Prayer  

-Information on our global and local ministry efforts and partners 

 

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OUR MINISTRY PARTNERS

 

Get Involved!
Habitat for Humanity of Evansville is a volunteer-driven organization. We welcome people from all walks of life to join us as we build simple, decent, affordable houses in partnership with God and families in need.

Though the vast majority of our volunteers have no construction experience or building skills, they are involved in most phases of construction. By working side-by-side with the family who will live in the house and pay the monthly mortgage, our volunteer's experience, for themselves, the joy created when a family is able to realize the dream of homeownership.

To register for volunteer opportunities, click here.
Opportunities are available with General Construction, Office Support, Painting and others.

Friday Night Game Night 
Hang out and play games with us and the guys down at the Rescue Mission every Friday night! Contact Atlas Hinton at 812-431-7352 for details. 

Fighting things like poverty and family breakdown are so complex, it’s difficult to even know where to begin.

For 30 years, we’ve helped thousands of people take action through volunteering locally.

We have a path to help you find a way to get involved in a way that fits your heart, skills, and schedule.
Here’s how it works:
1. Learn a bit about what we do through a Vision Session.
2. Try out a volunteer opportunity (or several) to find a good fit.
3. Connect to a role that fits your hearts, skills, and schedule.

From projects to regular opportunities, from group activities to events, from relational roles to behind-the-scenes, there is a place for you. We’ll connect with you, train you, and equip you to make an impact in the fight against poverty and broken families.

For more information or to register, please contact the ECLC by calling 812-423-9222 or fill out this volunteer form

Glenwood Public School
Crossroads has "adopted" the Glenwood Leadership Academy (GLA) in terms of praying for, loving and reaching out to them. You can support the students, teachers, and staff at Glenwood through involvement such as classroom helpers, book readers, tutors, and volunteers to help at school functions.

Tutoring
Tutors/Mentors needed for all ages for the upcoming school year. To volunteer, go to www.evscschools.com/schools and click on the volunteer tab, or contact Mary Dentino at 812-589-4245. 

 

Community One
Community One is a non-profit Community Development Corporation. Community One's primary mission is to focus resources on housing repair, weatherization and rehabilitation projects that restore decent, affordable housing for low-income families in our community. Use your gifts, talents and abilities to join in the movement. All skills are needed, including construction, electrical, plumbing, HVAC, flooring, roofing, windows, exteriors, carpentry, masonry and concrete, landscaping, interior design, real estate, administrative support, media and promotions, project management, volunteer coordination and more.
 

Saturday Serve
We always have a small project happening the first Saturday of every month. This is great for an introduction to Community One, and we can find a project that fits your skill set. This is for individuals, small groups or families!
Contact Candy & Rob Riley at 270-635-2588

Project Volunteers Needed!
Volunteers are needed to serve with us on home repair projects all over the city and with our whole-house rehab in Glenwood. Volunteers can participate through direct project involvement, project coaching (coordinating) and financial donations to cover the cost of materials.  To connect, volunteer or donate, contact Eric Cummings at 812-250-6888 or email at eric.cummings@community1.org

Trades Professionals Needed!
Projects often require licensed professionals and specialized skills.  Builders, suppliers, contractors and trades professionals are needed and welcome to join our work!

Follow Our Work on Facebook
We often post updates to our work and information on our Facebook page.  Follow our work on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CommunityOne.

Your Support Fuels Housing Restoration
Repairs are expensive!  Several projects listed on our site are for roofs, HVAC, wheelchair ramps and other costly needs.  Would you consider a financial donation to help us cover the cost of materials?  Checks may be made payable and mailed to Community One, Inc., PO Box 5386, Evansville, IN 47716-5386

 

Click here to visit the Community One website!