Community Outreach During COVID-19

Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God's grace in it's various forms.

- 1 Peter 4:10 -


While we cannot meet together as a body to be the hands and feet of Jesus, there are ways we can reach out to those in need in our local communities as "the scattered church." Our pastors are speaking with our local ministry partners for ways we can safely help in this crisis. Check back often for updates on how you can serve.

  • Helping Hands, A Crossway Ministry

    Assist Crossway families in times of need with meals, grocery shopping, and other needs that arise during this time of crisis and beyond. To join the Helping Hands serving team, contact: Helping Hands.

  • Outreach Gardens At The Pond Campus

    Our Outreach Garden at the Pond Campus will serve to build relatiuonships with families in need from Nashua.  Volunteers are needed this fall to help build an Outreach Garden.  Additional volunteers will be needed for planting and to maintain the garden through the growing season in 2021.  If  you are interested, please email Melissa Kosman for more information.

  • Reading Help For City Kids

    This fall we have the opportunity to help kids at Ledge St Elementary School learn to read or improve their reading skills . . . and you can serve right from where you are! Please consider investing in our city kids. It can make a world of difference. 

    If you are interested and would like more information, please contact Danielle Boutin

  • The United Way of Greater Nashua

    The United Way of Greater Nashua is supporting the community in three key ways - Creating the COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund for Greater Nashua to support local non-profits with emergency expenses, managing a community resource hub to direct people to important local resources and organizing volunteers and item donations for local non-profits.

    You can help! Learn more at The United Way of Greater Nashua's website or Facebook page.  Contact Sara Ceaser, Director of Volunteer and Community Engagement, to find out more about how you can get involved! l  603.864.0201

  • End 68 Hours of Hunger, Nashua

    End 68 Hours of Hunger is a public not-for-profit effort to confront the approximately 68 hours of hunger that some school children experience between the free lunch they receive at school on Friday afternoon and the free breakfast they receive at school on Monday morning. This weekend program, established in New Hampshire in 2011, puts nourishing food in the hands of school children to carry them through the weekend.

    For more information on how you can help and a list of currently needed food items, go to End 68 Hours of Hunger.