From Spaghetti Dinners to Animal Shelters
These are great some ways to do good in our community that arise throughout the year at Christ Church.
CROP Walk (participate as or sponsor a walker)
Second Hand Purrs (donate cat food and supplies)
Habitat for Humanity (donate meals for workers)
Milwaukee Community Service Corps (donations)
South Shore Regional Interfaith (funding, volunteers, leadership)
Hope House (funding, food)
Bay View Community Center (funding, food collections, volunteers, staff)
One Great Hour of Sharing (annual offering)
Neighbors in Need (annual offering)
School Supply Collections (elementary schools)
Clothing Drives (hats, mittens, etc. for school children)
Peace & Plenty Quilters (provide blankets and quilts for Froedtert Hospital and other recipients)
Open Door Free Clinic (medical staff volunteers)
Divine Intervention (provide meals for Cold Weather “Warming Room” and “Share our Suppers” for the homeless.
Meals for students through United Campus Ministries at UWM
Divine Intervention and Winter Warming Room @ Tippecanoe Presbyterian Church
Divine Intervention provides shelter for the homeless during the winter months. As a ministry partner with our neighbor at Tippe Presbyterian Church, we provide suppers for fellowship for the area homeless during the winter months every first and third Thursday. Please consider participating in anyway you can by: providing food, fellowship, monetary donations, or material support. Items needed include: Small tents, Socks, Toiletries, Insect Repellant (spray/lotion), Sunscreen, and Sleeping Bags. All donations should be dropped off at the Christ Church office. For more information about this outstanding ministry, please contact Pastor Karen Hagen or call Tippe Presbyterian’s Office at 414-481-4680.
Christ Church has a chain for the support of prayers for those who might need someone to stand in solidarity with them during difficult times. You can request prayers from the chain by contacting the office.
We will communicate the request to the other Prayer Chain members. This will be kept confidential unless you would like it to be shared with the congregation or with the Pastor. New participants are always welcome.