LOCAL OUTREACH

Crossway strategically partners with organizations that care for those in need in our communities. Get involved! Contact our partner agencies directly or talk with a Crossway Representative.

Adult Learning Center
ALC serves some 1300 students from 76 different countries, along with hosting a daycare for children from infant to five years old. Volunteers serve as needed with special projects and events.
Contact: Nashua Adult Learning Center / Crossway Liaison: Dave Smith


Anne Marie House
The Family Promise of Greater Nashua’s Anne-Marie House in Hudson, NH supports the needs of families experiencing homelessness by providing safe and secure transitional housing, wholesome meals, transportation, continuing education and parenting and financial literacy programs.
Contact: Ann Marie House, 603.883.7338 / Crossway Liaison: Paul Chervenak


Real Options Nashua
Real Options Nashua, is 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 every woman chooses life for herself and her unborn child.
Contact: CareNet NH, 603.883.1122 / Crossway Liaison: Nancy Green


Community Action for Safe Teens
The mission of CAST at the Boys & Girls Club of Souhegan Valley is to prevent substance abuse and promote healthy choices for youth. Crossway partners with The Children's Resiliency Retreat, a one-day retreat held each month for children that have a loved one struggling with the disease of addiction.
Contact: NH CAST / Crossway Liaison: Monica Gallant


Habitat for Humanity
Through the work of Habitat for Humanity, thousands of low-income families have found new hope in the form of affordable housing. The Habitat for Humanity ReStore, located at 352 Amherst Street in Nashua, helps to recycle gently used home furnishings, lighting fixtures and used cabinetry with the profits supporting new home projects.
Contact: Nashua Habitat for Humanity, 603.883.0295 / Crossway Liaison: Church Office


Jobs for Life
Jobs for Life equips churches with biblically-based materials to train individuals for success at work and life. Participants learn biblical principles concerning work and the ways those principles are applied in the marketplace. Volunteers are needed for instructors, mentors and prayer support.
Contact: Jobs for Life / Crossway Liaison: Mark Green


Joni & Friends New England
The mission of Joni and Friends New England is to communicate the Gospel and equip Christ-honoring Churches to evangelize and disciple people affected by disabilities. Many volunteers serve alongside an individual or family impacted by disability at one of the summer family retreats in Greenfield, NH. 

Contact: Joni & Friends NE, 603.218.3650 / 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, outside the Nashua Public Library. Contact Derek Santos

  • Kids Club - Every Thursday evening from 5:45-7:15pm, we provide 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 Andrea Andris

  • Tea and Talk - Every Friday at 12:15pm at the Adult Learning Center, we meet immigrant students 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, to help them learn English. Contact Nancy Smith

Nashua Police Athletic League
Located at 52 Ash Street, 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 help with events.
Contact: Nashua PAL / Crossway Liaison: Dave Smith


Southern NH Rescue Mission
Located at 40 Chestnut Street in Nashua, the 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: Richie Sherman