Let’s make a difference!
At Crossroads, we have huge hearts for helping others. We partner with non-profits big and small that serve our community and grow God’s kingdom.
Community Prayer Walks
Real change begins with prayer, and we are praying for change in our neighborhoods! Join us as we intentionally take time to pray for and walk through our community. People of all ages are invited, and we encourage families or small groups to participate.
Glenwood neighborhood dates (the 2nd Saturday of each month):
Time: 10:00 AM
Meet at: 1710 South Bedford, Evansville
- March 10
- April 14
- May 12
- June 9
- July 14
- August 11
- September 8
- October 13
- November 10
- December 3
Tepe Park neighborhood dates (the 3rd Saturday of each month):
Time: 11:00 AM
Meet at: 610 Madison, Evansville
- March 17
- April 21
- May 19
- June 16
- July 21
- August 18
- September 15
- October 20
- November 17
- December 15
Community Outreach Trip Opportunities
Check out the opportunities below to see where you can plug in:
The Potter's Wheel is a ministry in Evansville, Indiana. Blessed with faithful donors, willing volunteers, and Christian leadership, they are winning souls for Christ and changing lives among residents. The neighborhood surrounding The Potter's Wheel is undergoing a major transformation.
The Potter's Wheel is making an impact by offering services to its neighbors. Programs are provided for basic immediate needs, as well as to educate people to give them the skills needed to help themselves:
- The Diner - The Diner, a soup kitchen, serves lunch every Tuesday and breakfast every Saturday.
- Youth - Four distinct EPIC 1:3 youth programs are held on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. These programs teach Godly principles that help at-risk youth make positive choices. Meals are provided to all youth participating in youth programs every Tuesday and Thursday evening.
- Clothing Bank - A free clothing bank is open during The Diner's hours on Tuesdays and Saturdays.
- GED - GED classes are held twice weekly.
- Baby Basics - Parenting skills are taught weekly in a class called Baby Basics.
Take a tour of The Potter's Wheel location, learn about the services that they provide, and eat a meal with the other guests.
Tuesday, March 6, 12:00-1:30 PM
Tuesday, March 27, 12:00-1:30 PM
Visit The Potter's Wheel website to get more information about ways to get involved.
Sunday, March 18, 10:30 AM-12:00 PM, Newburgh Campus Room 222
Outreach Connect is an overview to making disciples here, near, and far away. This class will help to provide a better understanding of Crossroads' approach and current efforts towards outreach.
When: Sunday, March 18
Time: 10:30 AM-12:00 PM
Where: Newburgh Campus Room 222
Cost: free to all
Conversational English Class
Mondays, 6:30-8:00 PM, Newburgh Campus Chapel
Conversational English Class
Mondays, 6:30-8:00 PM, Newburgh Campus Chapel
Free - no charge
When you come to class, you will meet with a partner in a big room with other people who are meeting with their partners. You will have the same partner every week. The partner will read to you, and you will read to that person. You will use a workbook that has passages to read and questions to answer. You will talk about words you may not know, and ask questions to practice your English.
We are excited to meet you!
If you have any other questions, please email us, or call 812-858-3080, ext. 678.
Momentum is an interactive and application-rich journey with God. As we explore what God is doing in the world, we will discover strategic roles that any of us can play.
- Perspective Matters — A simple shift in viewpoint will open up a whole new world.
- Mission Possible — Against every challenge, Kingdom Momentum is increasing today.
- Doing Extraordinary Things — Think you’re too ordinary to be used by God? Think again!
- I Will Build My Church — What does it look like to build with Jesus?
- Coming into Focus — Does God’s mission seem a little blurry? Simple steps can make it clearer.
- Now What? — Let’s ask, imagine, and obey.
(2018 dates are yet to be determined. Check this page for updates on dates, or click here to be added to the list and we will contact you when the dates are set.)
For more information, contact Lori Rogers at 812-518-1440 or email@example.com
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.
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.
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 to visit the Community One website!
Evansville Christian Life Center
ECLC Dinner Tour
Attending one of our monthly Dinner Tours is a great way to learn about all of our outreach ministries while touring our 100+ year old facility. The opportunity to show our history, mission, and operation enables us to raise awareness in the community. Guests should come hungry and enjoy dinner served by ECLC staff and volunteers. So invite a friend, and join us for a Dinner Tour in the coming months. Dinners begin at 5:45 PM at the Accent on Christ Building located on The Evansville Christian Life Campus.
Daily Volunteer Opportunities
Do you enjoy being in the kitchen?
Lunches are served through the Hot Meal Program Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays & Fridays. Volunteers assist with preparing meals, service & cleaning up afterward between 9:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Do you enjoy working one-on-one with people? Are you an encourager? Volunteering in the Food Pantry might be for you. Volunteers serve on a Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or Friday from 9:45 AM– 1:15 PM.
Do you have a heart for women who find themselves in an unplanned pregnancy?
Contact us to explore the possible volunteer positions in this program.
Do you have a desire to impact young people in a way that can preserve their chances of a solid career path, protect their future marriage, or may even save their life?
The Truth Talk Program needs class facilitators to teach interactive and effective abstinence-based whole person health curriculum in schools and other organizations.
Other Volunteer Opportunities
During the winter months, the ECLC would like to have a capable network of friends to call when it snows or ices. In the past, we have closed the services because it is too dangerous for our clients and staff.
Organize a food Drive within your church, small group, work or child’s activity group to help the Food Pantry. Organize a Diaper Drive for the Parent Rewards area or a sock & underwear drive for the Clothing Dept.
Are you willing to meet a dad, working with him one on one to become everything God created him to be?
Serve as part of the Circles Network by joining the Guiding Coalition. There are 5 teams that comprise the Guiding Coalition. Contact us to explore the various opportunities available.
Schedule a special Family Service Day for your family to serve together in one of the Life Care programs.
Sign up to volunteer before or during any of the Fundraising events &/or Outreaches.
For more information or to register, please contact the ECLC by calling 812-423-9222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Evansville Rescue Mission
Donate your time
Fill out a form on the ERM website to share about who you are – an individual, business, or church group. While there are many ways to serve, the following positions are needed on a regular basis:
• Office help
• Thrift store cashiers
• Kitchen help
• Meal servers
Donate food and clothing
• Breakfast meats
• Canned Vegetables
• Ground beef
• Condiments (Ketchup)
• Fresh produce
• Plastic ware (plates, cups, utensils)
• New or used pots and pans
• Underwear (S-3XL)
• T-Shirts (S-3XL)
• White socks (crew and ankle)
• Dress Shirts
• Dress Slacks
• Neck Ties
• Assorted travel-size hygiene items: deodorant, shampoo, combs, toothbrushes, etc.
Contact Atlas Hinton at 812-431-7352 for questions.
Habitat For Humanity
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.
Opportunities are available with General Construction, Office Support, Painting and others.
To register for volunteer opportunities, click here.
Glenwood Leadership Academy
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.