Local Outreach

Crossway's mission to practice the way of Jesus together extends beyond the church's walls.

Crossway strategically partners with organizations across Southern NH that seek to care for those in need in our communities. Want to get involved? Contact our partner agencies directly or talk with a Crossway Matt Beattie

Adult Learning Center

ALC serves some 1,300 students from 76 different countries, along with hosting a daycare for children from infants to five year-olds. Volunteers serve as needed with special projects and events.
Contact: Nashua Adult Learning Center / Crossway Liaison: Merejo Dussair

Joni & Friends New England

Joni & Friends envisions a world where every person with a disability finds hope, dignity, and their place in the body of Christ. Our mission is to glorify God as we communicate the Gospel and mobilize the global church to evangelize, disciple, and serve people living with disability. Please consider volunteering to serve alongside an individual or family impacted by disability at one of the summer Family Retreats in Greenfield, NH.
Contact: Joni & Friends NE, 978.620.0606 / Crossway Liaison: Joan Lafferty

Nashua Downtown Campus Outreach Ministry Teams

  • Homeless and Under Resourced Outreach — Every Saturday morning we feed and meet with the less fortunate of our city. Meeting location: Downtown Campus. Contact: Bob DiBella
  • Kids Club — When in session, Kids Club provides food, fun,  and Jesus to our city kids. To learn more about Kids Club and to see what the kids are saying, click HERE. Contact: Church Office
  • Tea and Talk — We meet immigrant students at the Adult Learning Center in Nashua to help them practice their English. Contact: Merejo Dussair
  • Tutoring Immigrants — You have the opportunity to meet with an immigrant student one-on-one at a time that works for both of you in order to help them learn English. Contact: Merejo Dussair

Nashua Police Athletic League

Located at 52 Ash Street in Nashua, PAL’s youth safe-haven provides after school and summer programming for children in the Nashua Tree Streets Neighborhood. Volunteers can serve as homework helpers, mentors, and event workers.
Contact: Nashua PAL / Crossway Liaison: Mark Green

Outreach Garden

The Outreach Gardens at the Pond Campus provide the space and opportunity to nurture relationships in our communities and our church. By planting on this land, food and friendships will grow and provide nourishment for the spirit, the heart, and the body.
For more information, visit Outreach Garden or contact Melissa Kosman

Real Options Nashua

Real Options Nashua, located at 110 Main Street in Nashua, is a Christ-centered ministry whose mission is to serve people facing unplanned pregnancies and related sexual issues. Women's lives are transformed by the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and women are given the opportunity to choose life for herself and her child.
Contact: CareNet NH, 603.883.1122 / Crossway Liaison: Nancy Green

Southern NH Rescue Mission

Located at 40 Chestnut Street in Nashua, the SNH Rescue Mission’s goal is to minister to the homeless and near-homeless in our community with the love and gospel of Christ.  Services include meals, a men’s emergency shelter, and a transitional employment program.
Contact: SNHRM, 603.889.3421 / Crossway Liaison: Derek Santos